Brandi Kruse Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, Q 13 News

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Brandi Kruse Biography

This is what you need to know about Brandi Kruse, an American News Journalist currently working as a news Correspondent for Q 13 News every Weekdays for the Show Q 13 News This Morning.

Brandi Kruse Age

Kruse was born on 2 July 2, 1988, in the United States. She celebrates her birthday on July 2 every year.

Brandi Kruse Height

Kruse stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Brandi Kruse Family

Kruse is in a relationship with Mike Corney. She was born to parents John Wyne Patrick Bunnell and her mother’s name has not been revealed. She has been blessed with two siblings a brother and a sister. Her father died after a lifetime of drug and alcohol abuse.

Brandi Kruse Husband

Kruse has been dating Mike Conrey since 2018. The two live in east King County along with their dogs.

Brandi Kruse Salary

Kruse receives an annual average salary of between $ 76,456. This is according to Q 13 News anchors/reporter’s salaries.

Brandi Kruse Net Worth

Kruse has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news Journalist is her primary source of income.

Brandi Kruse Education

She graduated from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree.

Brandi Kruse Q 13 News

Kruse is an American News Journalist currently working as a news Correspondent for Q 13 News every Weekdays for the Show Q 13 News This Morning where she provides analysis on local, state, and national politics. In August 2019, Q13 launched “The Divide with Brandi Kruse,” a Sunday morning political program that searches for common ground on issues dividing Americans.

She has spent years reporting on challenges faced by those living on the streets of Seattle, including mental illness and drug addiction. She revealed to viewers that he lived out of a motel room in the years leading up to his death. He is also a five-time Emmy nominee for her work covering veterans, the opioid epidemic, and efforts to reform Seattle’s police department.

She was named by the Seattle Weekly twice named her the city’s “Best Reporter” – crediting, in part, her coverage of the city’s May Day riots. She was also honored with nine Edward R. Murrow Awards for coverage of some of the region’s biggest stories. She has also spent days on the scene of a deadly mudslide in Oso, Washington, detailing the harrowing search for 43 victims and filing daily reports for CBS Radio.

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