Kristine Johnson

Kristine Johnson joined WCBS-TV in 2006 and serves as co-anchor of CBS 2 News at  5 and 11PM  weekdays along with Chris Wragge.

Before joining WCBS-TV, Johnson worked at NBC News, where she served as anchor for NBC News' "Early Today," alternating anchor for "Weekend Today" and daytime anchor for MSNBC. While at NBC, Johnson interviewed major newsmakers and covered breaking news events such as the killing of Abu Musab Al Zarqawi and the London Terror Bombings.  

Previously, Johnson served as weeknight news anchor and field reporter for WPRI/WNAC-TV in Providence, RI where she was responsible for field anchoring from live breaking news events in the Providence market. Johnson is the recipient of two Emmy nominations for her part in producing the series "Brendan's Story" and "Newsmakers."

Johnson is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and currently resides in New Jersey with her husband and two children.