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

Hanford workers meet to find safety solution Hanford workers meet to find safety solution(Video)
Hanford tank farm workers met Wednesday night in Richland to discuss chemical vapors. There have been 38 exposures since March. Workers call it an epidemic. With little they say being done by their bosses, they're banding together looking for solutions to stay safe.
Kennewick mom accidentally runs over toddler Kennewick mom accidentally runs over toddler
Police are calling the fatal accident Tuesday night involving a child and his mother an "accident and a tragedy." The boy was struck while going out to greet his mother in the driveway of their home. Details can be found below in the press release from Kennewick Police.
Tri-Cities: Hotbed for neural tube defects Tri-Cities: Hotbed for neural tube defects(Video)
Serious and sometimes fatal birth defects are much more prevalent right here than anywhere else in the country. Benton, Franklin and Yakima Counties are being hit the hardest by neural tube defects, from spina bifida to anencephaly.
Local Small victory won for Amon Creek Small victory won for Amon Creek(Video)
It was a small victory for those fighting to preserve the Amon Basin Thursday night. After hearing pleas from locals, Richland’s Parks and Recreation Commission voted unanimously to take the proposed Rachel Road extension off the transportation improvement plan.
FairTax hosts 4th Congressional District candidate forum FairTax hosts 4th Congressional District candidate forum(Video)
It may be months away, but over a dozen people are preparing for election time, when for the first time in two decades Doc Hastings' name won't be on the ballot. Instead, at least 14 others will be vying for your vote to represent the 4th District in Congress. Tuesday night, one of the first forums in the Tri-Cities was held by the group FairTax.
Pasco moves towards pot ban Pasco moves towards pot ban(Video)
The City of Pasco is on track to become the first of the Tri-Cities to ban recreational pot sales. Pasco City Council directed their planning commission to begin drafting a city wide ban that could go into effect before pot stores open statewide.
Say What: Healthcare Reform and elections Say What: Healthcare Reform and elections(Video)
Our Say What!?! topic this week deals with the effects healthcare reform may have on elections in 2014 and even 2016. How much of a factor will changes in healthcare requirements be in who people vote for in the elections?
Kennewick City Council votes no on annexation Kennewick City Council votes no on annexation (Video)
Heated testimony won over the Kennewick City Council Tuesday night in a debate over 21 acres of land. A developer is looking to turn the property inside Benton County into a single-family home neighborhood. With city sewer and water already plumbed, the next step was to seek annexation. However, they weren't expecting the reaction they received.
What happened to the deadlines: Hanford What happened to the deadlines: Hanford(Video)
The Department of Energy held a town hall meeting in Richland Monday night. It came on the heels of the state's timeline for cleaning up the area. The DOE presented their case for why they can't meet those standards and there were dozens of Hanford workers, both past and present on hand, to put the DOE's feet to the fire.
Stopping the violence Stopping the violence(Video)
On Thursday night, members of the community hosted a candlelight vigil to remember those lost to violence. The vigil was organized by a group of mothers who all face the same horrible reality: They lost children at the hands of others.