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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KTXS moderates Texas 19th Congressional District debate

The Texas 19th Congressional District debate has concluded. If you missed it and would like to watch you can click the link HERE  to watch the live stream of the Texas 19th Congressional District debate .

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Major improvements could be coming to Taylor County Expo Center

The Taylor County Expo Center could be getting a much needed makeover.

Mahatma Gandhi's grandson speaks about peace, grandfather's legacy

The grandson of the man who helped India gain its independence from the English was in Abilene Monday.


KACU's fall pledge drive underway this week

KACU, Abilene’s public radio station kicked off its fall pledge drive this week.

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Abilene ISD taking steps to prevent Ebola in district

With Ebola fears on the rise across the country, Abilene Independent School District is now taking steps to help prevent the risk of the disease in the district.

Dr. Kent Brantly, Ebola survivor: 'I knew I was probably going to die'

All eyes are on Abilene Christian University today, as Ebola survivor and ACU alum Dr. Kent Brantly is speaking on campus.

EXCLUSIVE: Ebola victim's sister shares emotions with KTXS

Overwhelming is how Dr. Kent Brantly’s sister describes the “whole experience” after learning her brother had contracted the deadly Ebola virus.

Mahatma Gandhi's grandson to visit Abilene, Hardin-Simmons University

The grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, the primary leader of India's independence movement, will be speaking Monday in Abilene.

Hardin-Simmons University kicks off homecoming weekend

It’s homecoming weekend for Hardin-Simmons University.

Petition seeks to allow beer, wine sales near Eula in Callahan County

If you live in Precinct 1 of Callahan County, you might be able to go to a local convenience store and buy beer and wine.

'God's Not Dead' actor Kevin Sorbo speaks at Abilene benefit Monday

Kevin Sorbo, the actor who starred in the recent film, “Gods Not Dead,” was in Abilene Monday speaking at the Abilene Civic Center.

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'Connecting Caring Communities' celebrates Abilene's neighborhoods

The Abilene community came out Saturday to celebrate Abilene’s neighborhoods and raise money to help benefit ‘Connecting Caring Communities.’




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