Jeff Cramer

Weekend Anchor/Reporter

POSTED: 8:01 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 3:48 PM Jun 24 2014

Jeff Cramer is the weekend anchor/reporter for KTXS.

Born and raised in Stoughton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, Jeff is excited to start his career right here in Abilene.

Jeff graduated from Hofstra University on Long Island with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While in college, he had experience in both television and radio. Jeff anchored, produced and reported for the campus wide TV station and was a member of WRHU 88.7, Radio Hofstra University. His most memorable experience was being a reporter for the 2012 Presidential Debate that was held at Hofstra University.

In his free time, Jeff loves spending time with family and friends, playing golf, or cheering on his Boston sports teams.

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Jeff's Most Recent Stories

Lightning believed to be cause of Merkel oil tank fire

According to the Merkel Fire Department, lightning is believed to be the cause of a fire at an oil storage tank Saturday.

Taylor County couple adopts twin girls on National Adoption Day

November is National Adoption Awareness month and Friday at the Taylor County Courthouse an adoption ceremony was held as part of National Adoption Day.

Proud to be in AISD

Abilene ISD aide no longer with district, inappropriate behavior alleged

A school aide at Abilene High School is no longer working in the district.

American Classifieds building donated to Love & Care Ministries

Karla Hutchinson has spent most of her life watching Love and Care Ministries grow. The organization has always had a special place in her heart.


Text to 9-1-1 now available in Abilene, Taylor County

There is a new way to contact 9-1-1 in Abilene and Taylor County if you have an emergency. You can now text emergency information instead of making a voice call.

Mother, medically fragile son forced to find new home after Tye fire

“Oh wow, I’m seeing things I didn’t see the first time around. Wow,” Margie Royall said Monday, a day after a fire tore through her Tye home.

Abilene Public Health district holds open clinic

The Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District’s EPHC and MAAC programs held an open clinic event Saturday.

Tuscola man arrested in connection to Jacob Pinner murder

The Department of Public safety says a Tuscola man, Nicholas Covington, 20, has been arrested in connection to the murder of Jacob Pinner in October.

Cold weather expected to increase overnight stays at Abilene Salvation Army

The cold temperatures can be dangerous for those who do not have a place to stay.

Abilene man receives new heart from Iraq war veteran

An Abilene man has a new outlook on life after getting a heart transplant from a man he never met.

Expanded random drug testing could be coming to Coleman ISD

A proposal to expand drug testing for students in Coleman Independent School District is now being discussed.


USAF band performs at Abilene university honoring veterans

In honor of Veterans Day, the U.S. Air Force Band of the West concert band performed at Hardin-Simmons Sunday afternoon.




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