How well is the married life of News Anchor Alan Krashesky and Colleen Merritt Krashesky going?

News by Clarence Published on 15 Nov,2016 Updated on 10 Sep,2020

Alan Krashesky is a news anchor for WLS-TV, an American Broadcasting Company-owned and operated station in Chicago, Illinois. Krashesky began his broadcasting career since 1981 as a news reporter for WBNG-TV in Binghamton, New York. 

Alan Krashesky's Broadcasting Career

After just a year at WBNG-TV, he shifted to Austin, Texas, where he was a news reporter and weekend weather anchor at KTBC-TV. He achieved his first journalism experience when he was a news anchor at WICB radio in Ithaca, New York.

                                                         ABC 7 News Anchor & Report Alan Krashesky?

Krashesky was engaged with ABC 7 since 1982 when he was employed as a general assignment reporter. Alan co-anchored the 6pm weekday newscast by the side of Kathy Brock since 1998.  56-year-old Alan Krashesky co-anchored the 4pm weekday newscast next to Linda Yu from 2005 to 2016. Before that, he co-anchored the station's 5 p.m. weekday newscast with Diann Burns from 1994 - 1998.

Krashesky was the first person to anchor ABC 7's morning newscasts; a position he had held from 1989 to 1994. Every single newscast he has hosted was consistently been marked the top in the Chicago market. Alan also presents NewsViews, a weekly political and current affairs discussion segment.

On 14th of April, 2016, it was declared that Krashesky would be inaugurating the 5pm and 10pm newscasts on WLS-TV  following news anchor Ron Magers' retirement on May 25, 2016. He further anchors the 6pm broadcast.s.

Married life of Alan Krashesky and Colleen Merritt Krashesky

American news anchor Alan Krshesky has married Colleen Merritt Krashesky. The pair together is the parents of three children, Kaylin, Kian, and Kiera. Kian was raised in South Korea and sent to Columbia College Chicago.

                Alan Krashesky with Wife, Colleen

Alan's youngest daughter, Kiera, was brought up in China as he studies at the University of Michigan. The eldest daughter, Kaylin, graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism.