Craig Stewart

Weather Director

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“Forecasting the weather is challenging and enjoyable. I like being able to inform and communicate with the communities in our area what the weather is and will likely be in the future.”

Weather Director at CBS7, Craig first learned a lot about weather while sailing with his father up and down the Pacific coast. He attended Orange Coast College in California and Midland College right here in West Texas. He worked for KCRS radio for seven years before coming to intern at KOSA-TV from 1991-1994 at which time he became main Weather Anchor. Craig has received numerous Associated Press awards, as the Best Weathercast, State of Texas Division IV twice, 2nd best Weathercast, State of Texas Division IV 4 times, along with Honorable Mention. He enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 sons, working in the yard, golfing, surfing & snorkeling (when I can get to the beach), traveling, and throwing Frisbee, just to name a few.

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Posted: 10:41 PM - Midland College defeated Howard College, 13-9

Posted: 10:42 PM - The UTPB football team can no longer use the excuse of inexperience as the reason that program isn't succeeding.

Posted: 9:37 PM - Two Greenwood Rangers signed their national letter of intent to play college sports, at Sul Ross, on Wednesday.

Updated: 9:51 PM - But on Tuesday, the Wranglers were knocked out of the NJCAA men's basketball tournament in the 1st round

Posted: 9:15 PM - The UTPB Falcon basketball team has to replace nine seniors, which include an All-American, a leader in rebounding in Div. II and two players who averaged 15 points per game.