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

Mother, child taken to Abilene hospital after Loop 322 crash

Two people -- a mother and a child -- were taken to Hendrick Medical Center after an accident on Loop 322 near the southbound exit for Treadaway Boulevard.

Men hit the catwalk for Abilene's 'Bras For A Cause' event

Men wearing bras is not something you see too often.

Brownwood comes together for annual parade

Many people lined up the streets Saturday morning to watch the Brownwood Reunion parade, which was broadcasted and commentated by KTXS News.

Abilene man accused of stomping on woman's face, pulling gun out

An Abilene man was arrested Friday after allegedly assaulting a woman, punching her in the face, then attempting to fire a gun at her.

Roger Goodell news conference

Roger Goodell: "I got it wrong"

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke for the first time Friday about the recent domestic abuse allegations in the NFL.

Storm corridor will improve safety of new Bowie Elementary School

On May 20, 2013, an EF5 tornado tore through Moore, Okla., literally ripping the roofs off of two elementary schools. When disaster strikes, you want to be ready, especially at a school filled with hundreds of children.

Dyess airmen return home to families after six-month deployment

“Where is my daddy?” 4-year-old Kadyn Hazlip asked, searching the sky above Dyess Air Force Base. “I don’t see the plane."

Proud to be in AISD

New security plan approved for Abilene ISD elementary school campuses

Abilene Independent School District is introducing new security measures for most of its elementary school campuses.

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Abilene football fans prep for Crosstown Showdown

It is a big week for Abilene football fans.

Abilene Independent School District

Abilene ISD board approves new security plan for schools

The Abilene Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a new elementary security plan for AISD elementary schools.

Joseph Carrillo

Abilene man, 19, arrested after allegedly firing shots into crowd

Abilene police arrested a 19-year-old man after he allegedly fired seven rounds at several people during a fight Saturday night.

Pilot killed in Abilene crash was Air Force instructor pilot

An instructor pilot assigned to Columbus Air Force Base died in a general aviation plane crash Sunday night at approximately 6:30 p.m. near Abilene Regional




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