Justin Corr

Anchor/Reporter

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jcorr@kspr.com

Meet KSPR's Justin Corr.

Justin is living his dream as the Morning and News at 11:00 Co-Anchor for KSPR.

Justin was born just up the road in Lincoln, Nebraska, and is excited to be back in the Midwest. He lived in Idaho for 25 years, which is where he met his wonderfully patient and understanding wife Katie, graduated from Boise State University, and got his start in broadcast journalism at KTVB.

Justin has held nearly every job in the newsroom, including producer, associate producer, assignment desk manager, photographer, sports reporter, sports anchor, news reporter, and news anchor. He’s covered everything from presidential visits to Fiesta Bowls, and won numerous awards for his work.

Justin currently lives in the Springfield area with his wife, their two sons, and their dog, Indiana. He enjoys hiking, movies, college football, and just being with his family.


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