Andy Liscano Bio, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, KRIS

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Andy Liscano Biography

Andy Liscano is an American journalist who anchors the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts for KRIS. He also serves as the Troubleshooter and reporter for KRIS’s Kitchen Cops. He began working at the station in 2007 and has been there for more than ten years.

Andy Liscano Age

Liscano prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he has not yet revealed the year and month he was born. It is consequently unknown when he celebrates his birthday. However, he could be in his sixties.

Andy Liscano Height

Liscano stands approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Andy Liscano Education

Liscano enrolled in the College of Emporia after finishing high school in 1971. He studied English, served as sports editor for the student newspaper, and played football in 1971 and 1972. He transferred to Northern Illinois University in 1973 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism in 1977.

Andy Liscano Family

Liscano was raised in Chicago and is an avid supporter of the Bears, Bulls, Cubs, and Blackhawks. Even yet, he has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, therefore he has not revealed any information about his parents. It is also unclear if Liscano has any siblings.

Andy Liscano Wife

Liscano is married to Yolanda but has kept further details about her private. He enjoys spending his free time with his family in Texas and Chicago, as well as traveling with his wife. He also enjoys watching the Miami Hurricanes play football.

Andy Liscano Salary

Liscano’s annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $120,000.

Andy Liscano’s Net Salary

Liscano’s net worth is between $1 million and $5 million, which he earned as writer.

Andy Liscano Career

Liscano is KRIS’s anchor at 6 and 10 p.m. He also serves as the Troubleshooter and reporter for KRIS’s Kitchen Cops. Aside from investigative articles, he covers city hall, the courts, police, spot news, and breaking news. Within four months of joining KRIS/KZTV, he broke the story on the mandatory resignation of the city’s Water Department Director. Since then, he has scooped many times.

He formerly worked as an award-winning sportscaster in Miami and Los Angeles. He has broadcast the Summer Olympics, Super Bowl, MLB, NASCAR, PGA, Soccer’s World Cup, LPGA, NBA, NHL, NCAA’s March Madness Basketball Tournament, and NCAA’s Division I Football National Championship.

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