Chris Hrapsky Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, Net worth, KARE 11

Chris Hrapsky

Chris Hrapsky

Chris Hrapsky Biography

This is what you need to know about Chris Hrapsky is an American news anchor and reporter. He is known for working at KARE 11. Hrapsky joined the station in July 2014.

Chris Hrapsky Age

Hrapsky has not revealed any details concerning his age and birthdate. We will update this information once it is available.

Chris Hrapsky Height

Hrapsky is a man of average stature and shape he has however not revealed any details concerning his height. We will update this information once it is available.

Chris Hrapsky Family

Hrapsky has not revealed any details concerning his family. It is unknown if he has any parents or siblings. We will update this information once it is available.

Chris Hrapsky Wife

Hrapsky is married and has three children, little is known concerning his love life. We will update this information once it is available.

Chris Hrapsky Salary

Hrapsky earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500 dollars.

Chris Hrapsky Net worth

Hrapsky has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million dollars.

Chris Hrapsky Education

Hrapsky studied at the University of Minnesota where he got his bachelor’s degree.

Chris Hrapsky KARE 11

After three years at sister station KPNX in Phoenix, AZ, Hrapsky joined KARE 11 in July 2014. Chris is currently a general assignment reporter, and his writing and feature reporting work has been recognized by the Minnesota Press Awards. He’s also won regional Emmys for General Assignment Reporting and Arts/Entertainment reporting.

The NBC-affiliated television station KARE, virtual and VHF digital channel 11, is licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and serves the Twin Cities television market. Tegna Inc. is the station’s owner. KARE’s studios are in Golden Valley on Olson Memorial Highway, and its transmitter is in Shoreview, Minnesota, at the Telefarm site.

Chris Hrapsky Awards

The Minnesota Press Awards have honored Hrapsky for his writing and feature reporting. He’s also won regional Emmys for General Assignment Reporting and Arts/Entertainment reporting.

Chris Hrapsky Articles

The secrets behind winning carnival games

Carnival games have a bad reputation, which the Minnesota State Fair is working to change. FALCON HEIGHTS, MN (AP) — Everyone is a winner at the Minnesota State Fair, for a fee. Fair games have a reputation for being rigged, which the fair is attempting to dispel. Here are a few facts and secrets regarding the Mighty Midway’s games.

The hardest job at the state fair

It’s the icemen we’re talking about. They are the monarchs of a quench, the keepers of coolness, the lifeblood of freshness. ST. PAUL, Minnesota Hands down the hardest job at the Minnesota State Fair There are a lot of individuals that work long, hot hours to make the Minnesota State Fair what it is, but we identified one profession that might well be the hardest of them all when it comes to hard work.

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