Craig Reck

Craig Reck


Hello! And welcome to a page all about me.

You won't find any newsworthy info in here like the stories I cover - or even as much entertainment as my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages provide - but you're here anyway so I'll try to make it worth your visit.

Southern Arizona has won me over! People thought I was silly to leave the beaches of the Carolina coast but I am so happy to be here. The friendly people and the diverse culture just can't be beat!

My time at WECT News in Wilmington, North Carolina, flew by because I enjoyed it so much. It's where I put the basics of my education from Ohio University into action. It's also where I met some incredible people who are still in my life, including my wonderful fiancee.

But there's just something about the Tucson area that makes me want to be outside and go on adventures.

Those adventures began in March 2014 and haven't slowed down since. Outdoor favorites include hikes, baseball and the occasional attempt at jogging.

There's no better way to beat the heat than boardgames! I am an absolute fanatic for modern boardgames and will never turn down the opportunity to share my passion with folks who disregard them as childish or boring.

If you're still reading at this point, make sure to catch me anchoring our weekend newscasts at 5:30, 9 and 10 or reporting from your neighborhood Monday through Wednesday.

You better believe my loving and supportive family is watching everyday through our KOLD News 13 livestream.

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Recent Articles by Craig

  How Sunnyside and UArizona hope to train, keep teachers in Tucson

  Win or lose, visiting fans enjoy 2019 Arizona Bowl

UPDATE: Missing woman found safe in Tucson

  Visitors, neighbors warn park at your own risk around Winterhaven

KOLD INVESTIGATES: Amber Alerts in southern Arizona

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Little collected from big donations for police support group

  KOLD Investigates: Damage claims cost more than gravel fix for I-10

  Marana sees rapid growth in residents, development

  UPDATE: Sheriff responds to Pima County analysis of Stonegarden costs

  Cochise County sheriff wants more intel on cross-border investigations

  Living near an Amazon distribution center on Cyber Monday

  Couple honored for decades of blood donation

  Restaurant open on Thanksgiving to benefit cook in Tucson

  Boys chorus bound for D.C. to sing at national tree lighting

  Tomatoes cause two shake ups at the border

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Assaults on teachers in southern Arizona

  School psychologists help students cope in and out of the classroom

  Tucsonans support veterans across the Old Pueblo

Firefighters extinguish house fire Sunday night in Tucson

  Burnt out: Pinal farmer fed up with lanterns

  Student groups give back during University of Arizona homecoming

  Wildcats fire defensive coordinator Marcel Yates following loss to Stanford

  Mexican police, Border Patrol uncover massive smuggling tunnel near Nogales

  Authorities: One injured, suspect on run following shooting at Mr. An’s in Tucson

TPD: Bank robbery suspect returns to east side grocery store

Neighbors, conservationists closely monitor what’s next in Marana

  UPDATE: Police investigate shooting on Tucson’s east side

UPDATE: Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle Saturday night

UPDATE: Police identify motorcyclist involved in deadly crash on the east side

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Long-term substitutes in Pima County