Steve Krafft joined the FOX 10 News reporting team in February of 1985. He arrived in Phoenix from WMAQ-TV in Chicago, where he worked as a researcher.
A native of Evanston, Illinois, Krafft began his broadcasting career while a freshman at Brown University. He worked at the school's radio station, WBRU-FM, until graduation. In 1977, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree. Krafft continued his education and attained a law degree from Boston College in 1981. He spent the next two years as an attorney for a Chicago law firm. Steve went on to pursue his broadcasting career at WFYR-FM in Chicago as a talk show host.
Winner of two Emmy awards and Arizona Journalist of the Year, Krafft has covered major stories from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the O.J. Simpson trial.
Krafft specializes in politics and covered the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and John McCain.
Krafft is married and has three children. He enjoys traveling, backpacking and basketball.