Steve McIntosh

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With almost 45 years experience in local broadcasting, Steve McIntosh has the ability to inform and entertain when he shares his views on the wide range of topics covered on The Steve and Ted Show each weekday from 6am-9am. A native of Kansas, Steve was born in Fowler in 1949. Steve graduated from Wichita West, attended Friends University and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Broadcasting. Steve signed on the air as a mid-morning News anchor at KWBB 1410am in 1970 and he’s been a major force in Wichita radio ever since. Steve was the News Director at KEYN 103.7 “The Rock of Wichita” during the 70’s. What began as a one-person news team grew to four reporters and garnered numerous state and regional news coverage awards. In 1980 Steve joined Kassabaum Broadcasting and served as News Director for KFH Radio. In addition, he also served as Program Manager for KBRA. Steve was then lured away to do a morning co-host position with KXLK where he also served as News Director and the awards continued to pile up. When 1330 KNSS was searching for a News Director, Steve’s strong background and news experience made him the perfect choice to lead Wichita’s News/Talk station. Steve took over the reins of News Director at KNSS in 1998 and has been informing and entertaining KNSS listeners for the past 17 years. Steve’s numerous awards include 21 Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards for editorial/commentary based on his popular McIntosh Report which has been heard through the years on multiple stations. In addition Steve has earned numerous awards for Outstanding Newscasts from KAB, AP and the prestigious Murrow awards. He is a member of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Steve’s name is synonymous with Wichita Radio. His entire broadcasting career has been spent serving Kansas communities. Whether reporting a sniper incident, severe weather coverage or the local political scene, Steve has covered News in a professional and responsible manner for over 44 years.

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    June 01, 2018 - 4:56 am

    The May Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index ... a leading economic indicator for the nine-state region ... jumped to its highest level in 14 years ... pointing to strong...

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    May 18, 2018 - 9:47 am

    The Kansas Department of Labor reports the state unemployment rate at 3.4 percent in April ... unchanged from March ... and down slightly from 3.6 percent in April of 2017. Nonfarm jobs increased...

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    April 20, 2018 - 10:41 am

    The Kansas Department of Labor reports a seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate of 3.4 percent in March ... unchanged from February ... and down from 3.7 percent in March of 2017. Nonfarm jobs...

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    April 03, 2018 - 9:51 am

     One person is dead after a single-vehicle rollover accident in west Wichita. First responders were called to Pawnee Prairie Park on south Tyler Road around 9 a-m. They found one victim ......

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    March 20, 2018 - 5:34 am

    A man who attacked a woman has been sentenced in Sedgwick County District Court.  Judge Joe Kisner sentenced 45-year-old Leonard Charles of Wichita to 638 months in prison, more than 53 years,...

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    March 19, 2018 - 11:01 am

     Last week's NCAA basketball tournament was a "slam dunk" for Wichita. So says Susie Santo, President and C-E-O of Visit Wichita. Santo tells KNSS News some visitors compared their time in Wichita...

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    March 13, 2018 - 5:52 am

    This is a big day in Kansas weather history. On this date in 1990, 19 tornadoes roared across parts of South Central and Central Kansas. The largest and most damaging was what would become known...

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    March 12, 2018 - 9:44 am

     The Kansas Department of Labor reports the state seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for January was 3.5 percent ... unchanged from December ... and down from 3.9 one year ago. The state added...

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