Craig Treadway is a reporter the co-anchor of the PIX11 Morning news at 4:30 and 5 a.m.

Treadway joined the pioneering local news program as a reporter on its June 5, 2000 debut following several years in a similar capacity at Fox’s WNYW Channel 5 in New York.

Prior to entering broadcast journalism, Treadway was a member of the University City, Missouri, Police Department. While he was there, he worked as a patrol officer, a detective, and as an evidence technician.

His career in law enforcement enabled him to learn all aspects of investigative work, including forensics, document searches, and interview and interrogation techniques.
They would all be useful to his second career as a reporter.

Treadway entered journalism as News Director, anchor, and program host at KATZ AM and FM in St. Louis, Missouri. He later worked at CBS affiliates KMOV (TV) and KMOX radio there before coming to New York to join Fox.

Treadway was educated at the University of Missouri at St. Louis.


Recent Articles
  • ‘Good Times’ actor Jimmie Walker takes on NYC

    NEW YORK — Actor and comedian Jimmie Walker became a household name for his role in the groundbreaking sitcom “Good Times.” PIX11 spent the day with one of New York’s Very Own as he returns to his roots in the Bronx and visits Yankee Stadium, where he once worked as a vendor. He also gets a warm welcome from fans in Harlem who stopped to take his picture, even shining his shoes. Tune in to a limited run of “Good […]

  • Few black, Hispanic students admitted to NYC’s specialized high schools

    NEW YORK — Despite Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempts to diversify the New York City’s specialized high schools, only a small number of black and Hispanic eighth graders received admission offers to those schools this year. About 27,500 eighth graders across the city took the Specialized High School admissions test, or SHSAT, this year. Among the 4,798 students who received an offer to one of the city’s specialized high schools based on their exam score, only 506 black and Hispanic […]

  • NY bodega owners rally for right to sell marijuana if it’s legalized

    BRONX — New York City bodega owners rallied Sunday morning in the Bronx, pleading that they should be allowed to sell marijuana if and when the state legalizes it. While NY lawmakers move towards the future possibility of legalizing recreational marijuana, one of the questions that needs to be answered is who will be allowed to sell legalized marijuana. Social justice advocates, who cite low-income neighborhoods as long targets for marijuana enforcement, say it’s only fair those communities benefit if […]

  • ‘The Rape of Recy Taylor’ tells the story of a woman who fought injustice

    Directed, produced and written by Nancy Buirski, “The Rape Of Recy Taylor” is the centerpiece of a new national social impact campaign by Odyssey Impact, which is engaging faith communities and secular groups to motivate change around issues of racial justice and sexual violence against women. Click here to host a screening event. Connect on social media: Facebook/Twitter: @TheRapeofRecyTaylor Instagram: augustafilms Odyssey Imact: @OdysseyImpactNYC and  @OdysseyImpactNY

  • State of the Union preview: Trump to call for unity, talk national security

    WASHINGTON — The White House says President Donald Trump will call for optimism and unity in his State of the Union address, using the moment to attempt a reset after two years of bitter partisanship and deeply personal attacks. But will anyone buy it? Skepticism will emanate from both sides of the aisle when Trump enters the House chamber for the prime-time Tuesday address to lawmakers and the nation. Democrats, emboldened after the midterm elections and the recent shutdown fight, […]

  • Honoring the crew of AirMed One, emergency helicopter for Hackensack Meridian Health

    Craig Treadway headed to West Milford, New Jersey, to meet the courageous team of paramedics, flight nurses, pilots, and mechanics, behind AirMed One. The emergency helicopter supports the Hackensack Meridian Health network, flying patients between hospitals and responding to 911 emergencies. The chopper is at the ready 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and the team has headed out on over 1,700 missions since the program started just seven years ago in April 2012. Craig also got an […]

  • ‘Original Soupman’ made famous by ‘Seinfeld’ opens kiosk in Times Square

    TIMES SQUARE — “No soup for you!” The Original Soupman is an iconic company rich in heritage, with deep roots in New York City. Made famous by “Seinfeld,” The Original Soupman has been selling memorable experiences since the 1980s, and now they’re taking their specialties to Times Square! Why not celebrate National Soup Month with some soup? They’re opening a kiosk at on Broadway between 44th and 43rd streets. PIX11 chats with the President of The Original Soupman, Joe Hagan, […]

  • Day care tuition hike blindsides Jersey City parents

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Parents in Jersey City are dealing with sticker shock after a daycare facility abruptly increased tuition by as much as 50 percent. Many parents didn’t budget for the unexpected hike and are unsure how they will pay the bill. Parents at Academy House Child Development Center, located on Bergen Avenue, got a letter from the school on Jan. 1, with the news of tuition hikes going into effect Feb. 1. “In order to continue providing excellent […]

  • Partial government shutdown: What to expect as it continues over Christmas holiday

    WASHINGTON — A partial government shutdown remains in effect after funding expired for roughly a quarter of the federal government when the clock struck midnight on Saturday — and it is not clear when it will end. Negotiations between congressional Democrats and the Trump administration over the president’s demands for a border wall have so far not yielded an agreement, making it likely that the shutdown will continue until after Christmas. It is even possible that it could still be […]

  • World’s largest menorah returns to Manhattan

    The world’s largest menorah standing a whopping 36-feet high and weighing some 4,000 pounds is coming back to Manhattan.

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