Chris Anderson

Christopher Anderson joined Cleveland 19 News as a Digital Content Producer in Feb. 2017. He started his career in news in Washington D.C. in 2009 after graduating from Eastern Florida State College. While in D.C., Christopher contributed to coverage of significant events including presidential inaugurations and protests, Pope Francis’ visit, and a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard. Christopher now lives on the east side of Cleveland with his wife, who he met while working in D.C. The two welcomed their first child in June 2018. When he’s not at work, Christopher enjoys taking adrenaline-filled risks like surfing and skydiving, taking photographs, and looking for the best local pizza joints.

Recent Articles by Chris

Potentially deadly drug fentanyl being disguised as other pills, medical examiner warns

Students in Ohio schools may soon be required to learn cursive

Ohio woman with unforgettable mugshot arrested again on drug, theft charges

Adorable baby elephant born at Ohio zoo

Ohio State University Marching Band to perform in Rose Parade before Buckeyes’ bowl game

Ohio hunters harvest over 60,000 deer during weeklong gun season

UPDATE: Kareem Hunt seen shoving, kicking woman at Cleveland hotel; Chiefs release star from team

Bus driver transporting special needs children in Medina arrested for driving while drunk

Bill banning plastic bag fees passed by Ohio House

Sex offender changed identity to get job at North Canton library

Ohio had second-highest rate of 2017 overdose deaths in the US, new report says

Wadsworth resident goes Griswold with home from ’National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’

4 Ohio cities move forward with testing self-driving cars

President Trump on GM closing Ohio plant: ‘They better put something else in’

Drivers holding a pet will be cited under Ohio city’s new distracted driving law

Ohio’s tallest, fastest toboggan chutes in Strongsville set to open for the season

Ohio State University Marching Band makes first-ever appearance in Macy’s Thanksgiving parade

12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot by Cleveland police 4 years ago

Tattooed couple said they fled from Ohio police to get to the bathroom

Strongsville girl with Down syndrome celebrates 2nd birthday after beating cancer twice