Chris Willis(anchor) Bio, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth and Apologizes

Chris Willis(anchor) is an anchor and news reporter at KGW in Portland, Oregon. He returned to the Northwest in July of 2013…

Chris Willis(anchor) Biography

Chris Willis(anchor) is an anchor and news reporter at KGW in Portland, Oregon. He returned to the Northwest in July of 2013.

The Anchor is an award-winning investigative reporter and anchor, recognized in the broadcast industry with multiple Emmy awards, more than a dozen Associated Press awards and the Edward R. Murrow award.

Before joining KGW, Chris spent 14 years at KXAN, the NBC affiliate in Austin, Texas as a morning anchor and investigative reporter. His stories led to changes in Texas law, arrests of fugitives and exposing government corruption.

Chris investigation of an international kidnapping case in Texas directly led to the safe return of two boys, found in Mexico, to their father. He has covered presidential elections, death penalty cases, space shuttle disasters, domestic terrorism and was in downtown New Orleans when hurricane Katrina hit.

He is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors. KGW is a return home for Chris as he was raised in the Pacific Northwest. Willis has worked as an active volunteer for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Easter Seals and is an advocate for the hearing-impaired.

Chris Willis(anchor) Age

Chris Willis is an anchor and news reporter at KGW in Portland, Oregon. He returned to the Northwest in July of 2013. Chris actual age including any details about his’s birth is not posted. we will update the details very soon.

Chris Willis(anchor) Family

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Chris Willis(anchor) Wife

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Chris Willis(anchor) Net Worth

Chris Willis is an anchor and news reporter at KGW in Portland, Oregon. He returned to the Northwest in July of 2013. His estimated net worth as of 2019 is still under review. The updated will be done soon.

Chris Willis(anchor)Apologizes

KGW’s Chris Willis apologizes for ‘offensive’ comments in an interview with Joel Magid

KGW reporter Chris Willis apologized Friday for comments he made in a video interview with Joel Magid, the Portland musician who admitted to a sexual assault in a Facebook post.

“A note to my Facebook fans: I am sorry for the comments I made in a recent interview that was published on KGW’s website,” Willis wrote on his Facebook page.

“They do not reflect my views or values. I did not intend to offend anyone in any way and I apologize unreservedly for what was said. I understand the remarks I made were offensive.

That was not my intent, but it was the result and I am devastated by that. I sincerely apologize and pledge to learn from this experience as I continue to cover the important issues affecting our community.”

Chris Willis(anchor) Headed to Oregon

Investigative Reporter Chris Willis Headed to Oregon

Chris Willis is headed to Portland, OR, NBC affiliate KGW.

KGW news director Richard Jacobs told TVSpy, Willis will start sometime in early July.

Earlier this week we told you about reports of Willis leaving Austin NBC affiliate KXAN. He had worked at the station since 1999, leaving the morning anchor desk in 2011 to become the station’s chief investigative reporter.

Chris Willis(anchor) Latest Articles

VERIFY: Are lawmakers who left Salem this week still getting paid?

kgw.com — VERIFY Every Oregon lawmaker gets a per diem of $142, which totals to about $24,000 annual salary. PORTLAND, Ore. — Four days have passed since a group of Republican lawmakers left Salem, in an effort to block a vote to pass a $2 billion tax plan aimed at helping fund Oregon’s struggling schools.

We wanted to Verify: Are these lawmakers still getting paid? Out of 12 Republican state senators, 11 left the Capitol in protest Tuesday morning, and haven’t been back since.

‘My sunroof exploded’: Government investigating problem affecting dozens of automakers

ktvb.com — REGIONAL Consumer Reports says there have been close to 1,000 complaints on hundreds of models from dozens of automakers. PORTLAND, Ore. — Lisa Schmaltz was driving down the road, minding her own business, when it happened.

“You hear this loud… like a gunshot, and look around like kind of thinking, ‘I was in a wreck, somebody hit me, or a wreck next to me,'” she said. But that wasn’t the case. No gunshot. No wreck. No one hit her.

‘My sunroof exploded’: Government investigating problem affecting dozens of automakers

wtsp.com — NATION-WORLD Consumer Reports says there have been close to a thousand complaints, on hundreds of models from dozens of automakers. PORTLAND, Ore. — Lisa Schmaltz was driving down the road, minding her own business, when it happened.

“You hear this loud… like a gunshot, and look around like kind of thinking, ‘I was in a wreck, somebody hit me, or a wreck next to me,'” she said. But that wasn’t the case. No gunshot. No wreck. No one hit her.

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