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.

If you have a story idea, please email Jeff at jcramer@ktxs.com!

 

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Jeff's Most Recent Stories

Magazine ranks Abilene Christian graduates debt in Top 10

Graduates of Abilene Christian University in 2013 left school with the 10th highest amount of debt per student, according to a recent survey by U.S. News and World Report.

Repairs coming to dangerous stretch of I-20 through Merkel

Whenever it rains or snows, there is a stretch of I-20 near Merkel that is prone to accidents.

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Council begins review of 31 applications for next Abilene city manager

The Abilene City Council met in closed session Monday to begin reviewing applications for the vacant city manager position.

Abilene Regional Airport experiencing cancellations, delays Monday

Abilene Regional Airport was open Monday as crews tried to de-ice planes.

Monster trucks take over Taylor County Coliseum in Abilene

Monster trucks have taken over the Taylor County Expo Center Friday and Saturday.

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Man arrested after leading Abilene police on foot chase

A foot chase Saturday afternoon leads to the arrest of one Abilene man.

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Mardi Gras inspired 'Krewe of Barkus' dog parade held Saturday in Abilene

A little taste of Mardi Gras came to Abilene Saturday; in the form of a dog parade.

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Unique partnership between Abilene ISD, RENTECH Boiler Systems

There is a unique opportunity for students in the welding program in Abilene ISD.

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$15 million bond package for Wylie ISD set for May election

The Wylie ISD school board approved a $15 million bond package Tuesday for voters to consider in May.

Hendrick Medical Center offering cutting-edge treatment for stroke patients

Hendrick Medical Center is offering a new stroke treatment therapy program that will allow patients to have faster and potentially better outcomes if suffering from a stroke.

Abilene civil rights leader Claudie Royals honored

An Abilene civil rights leader was honored in Abilene Sunday.

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Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly to speak Monday in Abilene

Ebola survivor and Abilene Christian University alumni Dr. Kent Brantly will be in Abilene on Monday.

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