5, 6, 10 p.m.
Kent Winder anchors KNOP News 2 at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
For as long as he can remember, Kent Winder wanted to be a reporter and anchor. He would practice by reading out loud whatever he could get his hands on as he was growing up.
Kent graduated from Hershey High School and went on to get a bachelors degree in Broadcast Communications from the University of Nebraska–Kearney.
Kent began working at KNOP-TV as a studio camera operator in 1993 and worked his way up to an anchor and assignment editor.
"The people of West Central Nebraska have some wonderful stories to tell and I am glad to share those stories with the people of Greater Nebraska," Kent said.
He enjoys spending time with his daughter, Sienna, and living in a wonderful area like West Central Nebraska.
After being forced into a closet, an 11-year-old grabbed a machete and swung it at the intruder, striking him in the head.
Kenneth French "has never been violent with any of us, so we don’t know how this escalated," his relative said.
Autopsies were pending for an Iowa Department of Public Safety worker, his wife and their two sons. Police said all had been shot.
Karissa Fretwell and son William were last seen May 13, and the boy's father, Michael Wolfe, was indicted last week for murder and kidnapping in the case.
The FBI is facing a rare problem: a shortage of new recruits. The agency is trying to change the image of who a potential agent, even starting an #UnexpectedAgent social media campaign, to pull in a more diverse range of applicants.