Chris Roush

Chris is a sports reporter and anchor at KQ2.

Title: Sports Reporter/Anchor

Chris is a sports reporter and anchor at KQ2.

Chris returns to KQ2 after a stint at the University of Tennessee at Martin in the athletic department.

Chris worked at KQ2 as a Sports Reporter and Sports Director from Nov. 2015 until Jan. 2018. During his first time with KQ2, Chris won a Missouri Broadcaster’s 1st Place Award for Sports Reporting in 2017.

Chris’ second stint at KQ2 started in June 2018 and is currently back in the sports department.

When he’s not at work, he enjoys hanging out with friends and family. Enjoys watching any and all sports. Also, loves a good TV show.
If you see him out and about, feel free to say hi!

Recent Posts by Chris Roush

Debate about Savannah R-3 School District's mascot continues

The Savannah R-3 School District has used "Savages" as the school's mascot for decades. Some believe it reflects pride and a force of nature mentality, but others see it to be offensive.

North Andrew school district working on how to get kids back in the classroom for the fall semester

School districts across the area are working on contingency plans for the 2020-2021 academic school year and each district is facing different problems.

SJSD Board of Education chooses new board member

The St. Joseph School District's Board of Education has selected its newest member to fill the seat vacated by former board president Seth Wright.

Veach: 'He (Mahomes) wants to start a dynasty, and he wants to do all those things here in Kansas City'

The Kansas City Chiefs have given Super Bowl champion quarterback Patrick Mahomes a record-shattering deal. It's a deal the Chiefs believe Mahomes deserves.

Chillicothe R-2 suspends summer workouts after participant tests positive for coronavirus

In a Facebook post on Friday, Chillicothe R-2 School District announced all summer weights, conditioning, and sports activities have been suspended for 14 days after a participant tested positive for the coronavirus.

Without Mustangs season, Coy helping out youth ball players

Without a St. Joseph Mustangs season this summer, manager Johnny Coy is giving back to the baseball and softball community.

Coronavirus hits home for former Missouri Western volleyball player

Just like other Missouri Western students, Lauren Murphy left school in March due to the coronavirus. And after being home for a few weeks, the virus hit her home.

Mayor says St. Joseph City Council will discuss potential face mask mandate

St. Joseph Mayor Bill McMurray says the city council will discuss the possibility of mandating face masks to be worn in public places this week.

St. Joseph School District working on plans for 2020-2021 school year

Students across the district haven't been in the classroom since mid-March when the coronavirus pandemic shut schools down across the country. Now, the district is trying to figure out how this next school year will work.

St. Joseph city leaders break ground for firefighter memorial

The St. Joseph Fire Department has spent the last few years trying to create a unique way to honor the city's fallen firefighters and those who continue to serve.

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