Chris Sutter knew at a young age, he wanted to be a reporter. His broadcasting career actually started when he was in 6th grade. After relentless phone calls, the News Director at the NBC-TV station in South Bend, Indiana let Chris be a "Kid Reporter."

Chris is originally from Elkhart, Indiana. He graduated with B.A. in Telecommunications from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.  After a brief stint in pop radio in South Bend and Indianapolis, Chris made his return to television. Hearing Britney Spears several times an hour can take a toll.

Before coming to Louisville, Chris reported at WILX in Lansing, Michigan and WLEX in Lexington, Kentucky. He has reported on everything from presidential visits, to a vice presidential debate, to the riots that broke out after UK's NCAA Championship win.

Chris has always had a lot of love for Louisville. His wife is from the area, and the two started a family here. They live in southern Indiana, with their boys Quinn and Collin.

Chris anchors the news every weekday at 11:30 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m. on WDRB. You can also catch some of his stories that will make you smile at 5p.m., during a segment called “WDRB Positive.”

Chris has been honored for his work in Kentuckiana, earning Emmy and SPJ Awards.

When he's not on the air, you might find Chris at one of his boy’s ball games, or eating at one of the area's great restaurants.

Feel free to send story ideas to Chris or just say hi on Facebook or Twitter.

Contact Chris at or 502-585-0847.