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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
  • 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.

  • Snow damages, downs over 1,000 trees in NYC

    NEW YORK —  Over 1,000 trees throughout New York City were downed or hanging due to Thursday’s snowstorm, blocking streets and damaging vehicles. Throughout the five boroughs, limbs and even entire trees buckled down due to the weight of the heavy snow. At 7 a.m., NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson tweeted at least 384 trees were downed or damaged, 4 trees in the Bronx, Manhattan had reports of 528 trees, Queens with 363 and Staten Island at 44, totaling 1,323 service […]

  • Hiring holiday help: Tips for those looking for seasonal employment

    Too many jobs and not enough workers. The unemployment rate is lower than it’s been since the 1960s, and now retailers are going the extra mile to lure seasonal workers. From offering paid vacations, employee discounts, gift card incentives and paid vacation, seasonal workers might find more benefits this year and in years past. With the extra leverage, workers should consider asking for the following: Negotiate higher pay Request paid vacation Ask about signing bonuses Employee discount extensions Below are […]

  • Puerto Rico continues to rebuild and recover 1 year after Hurricane Maria

    PUERTO RICO — A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy. Maria’s full destructive scale was not clear in the months after landfall, and the storm was followed by a slow, frustrating and deadly recovery. Three months afterward, only a third of Puerto Rican households had received tarps for their damaged homes. Power was still not restored for many across the island by the six-month mark. Maria […]

  • One year later, Puerto Rico still needs our help

    PUERTO RICO — One year after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico, the island still struggles to recover. Hundreds of thousands of families were left with uninhabitable living conditions, seeking shelter in the mainland. Many evacuees stayed with relatives, stayed in shelters or received temporary housing through FEMA’s temporary shelter programs. They received assistance from FEMA, but after a federal judge ruled to end FEMA’s funding of the program, their time has expired and few options are left. Agencies such as […]

  • Trump denies wrongdoing, says Cohen is making up stories

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump dug in to his denials of wrongdoing as his White House struggled to manage the fallout from allegations that he orchestrated a campaign cover-up to buy the silence of two women who say they had affairs with him. Before dawn Thursday, Trump tweeted: “NO COLLUSION – RIGGED WITCH HUNT!” — a reference to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. And he accused his former lawyer Michael Cohen of “making […]

  • Year after deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, another one is planned in DC

    WASHINGTON — One year after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, left a counterprotester dead, the event’s organizer is producing an encore. On Sunday, demonstrators are set to hold a “white civil rights rally” on the anniversary of last year’s “Unite the Right” protest. This time, supporters plan to gather in a much more high-profile setting: Lafayette Square park, directly across the street from the White House. Here’s what you need to know: When will this happen? A march […]

  • LIRR service temporarily suspended after 2 people are hit by trains

    NEW YORK — Long Island Rail Road service was suspended for hours Monday after two people were struck by two different trains. An “unauthorized person” was struck on tracks near Woodside, prompting a temporary service suspension between Jamaica and Penn Station, the LIRR tweeted just after 5 a.m. Within 45 minutes, limited westbound service was restored, however LIRR officials said commuters should still expect delays and cancelations. The incident happened after another “unauthorized person” was struck by a non-passenger train near […]