Annie Andrews

Anchor

Annie Andrews
Annie Andrews
Anchor
Annie Andrews comes to Action News from the Tri-Cities of Nebraska, by way of the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Although it’s the first time Annie has called Kennewick home, it’s not her first time on the West Coast. As a former internationally-ranked ski racer, Annie spent summers at Mt Hood practicing and exploring the region.

Annie has a unique journalism background that extends coast to coast. After earning her Masters from American University in Broadcast Journalism, Annie worked at FOX News Channel in New York City. Although she loved working alongside Megyn Kelly, her desire to report stories on the front line brought her back to her Midwest roots. She worked in Kearney, Nebraska for three years before coming to KIMA/KEPR.

As Terry Chick’s co-anchor, Annie is married with three dogs. She says if you can’t find her at KEPR, check the Tri-City Dog Park in Richland. She and her husband love the outdoors, hiking Badger Mountain and enjoying the three rivers. They are excited to be a part of the Tri-Cities, and Annie looks forward to delivering you the stories that affect our community.

Recent stories by Annie Andrews

Golf courses not giving in to drought Golf courses not giving in to drought (Video)
The reality of all this sunshine and blue skies might be good for our Chamber of Commerce, but not our local golf courses. KEPR learned at Canyon Lakes, they're subject to the same types of restrictions as homeowners. But they're not griping; they're getting technical.
When in doubt, sit them out When in doubt, sit them out (Video)
It can be called a ding or even getting your bell rung, but concussions can be more serious than what we're used to thinking. Doctors are trying to change the term to be synonymous with brain injury, because that's exactly what it is.
Three stabbed at Kennewick apartments Three stabbed at Kennewick apartments (Video)
Kennewick police and medics responded to the Hawaiian Village Apartments on West Tenth just after 9:30pm. Police confirm three men were stabbed, one more seriously than the others. All are expected to survive.
Taking your dog West? Watch out Taking your dog West? Watch out (Video)
The warm weather hitting the Tri-Cities might have you thinking about a trip to the coast. But if your family includes a pet, there’s more you need to do than gas up the car.
Richland's 2014 survey results are in Richland's 2014 survey results are in (Video)
On Tuesday night in Richland, the 2014 community survey results were laid out. They had record participation this year, which the city is hoping will give them an accurate assessment into what residents want and need.
Money found in wall returns to rightful family 80 years later Money found in wall returns to rightful family 80 years later (Video)
Pasco crews were busy demoing a building for the Lewis Street Underpass when they came across a pile of Japanese dollars hidden in a wall. It was 695 yen to be exact. Worth a little over $500 dollars, its sentimental value can't be measured. The Yamauchi family says it's most likely their grandfather's, he came to Pasco in 1906 and purchased the building 30 years later.
Layoffs at Trios start Friday Layoffs at Trios start Friday (Video)
Trios Medical Center is ailing less than a year after opening its doors and now, they’re fighting so they don't have to close those doors. Their financial problems are bigger than imagined and the solution is more painful than expected.
Kennewick man in serious condition after booking goes wrong Kennewick man in serious condition after booking goes wrong
At approximately 12:30 am this morning the Washington State Patrol brought into the Franklin County Corrections Center, Russell Sharrer, 54 years of age of Kennewick. Once inside the facility Mr. Sharrer resisted the Trooper as he was being brought from the vehicle into the booking area.
Local Imam denounces ISIS Local Imam denounces ISIS (Video)
A discussion on the rise of ISIS was held Monday night at WSU Tri-Cities. Speakers looked at the myths, threat and blowback surrounding the radical organization known as ISIS.
COURT: Arlene's Flowers broke the law COURT: Arlene's Flowers broke the law (Video)
On Wednesday a Benton County Superior Court Judge ruled Baronelle Stutzman of Arlene’s Flowers, the Richland florist, violated the Consumer Protection Act by refusing to design the flowers for a gay couple's wedding.