Craig Day

Craig Day anchors the 5, 6 & 10 o’clock newscasts at News On 6. He’s an Emmy and national Edward R. Murrow award winner, whose work has also been recognized with awards by several other journalism groups, including the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalism, Oklahoma Associated Press, and broadcasting associations in Louisiana and Texas, including reporter and story of the year when he worked in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Craig is a Seminole, Oklahoma native and graduated from East Central University with a Mass Communications degree. He and his wife Anissa have four children, two daughters-in-law, and a one-year-old grandbaby. They’re also foster parents and are currently caring for a 15-month-old little boy.

He’s a 6th generation Oklahoman who has covered a wide range of stories, including three hurricanes, nearly 40 tornadoes, wildfires, record flooding, and snowstorms.

Craig just recently went to Kosovo to do stories on Oklahoma’s military men and women on deployment. He’s covered stories in France, the commissioning of the USS Tulsa in San Francisco, and a wide range of special reports ranging from endurance off-road racing to cave camping to what it’s like to ride in a Blackhawk helicopter.

An advocate for children and reading, Craig has read to thousands of elementary school children over the years and has been a longtime volunteer narrator for magazines for the Oklahoma Library for the Blind. 

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