Chris Stewart

Chris Stewart

Chris Stewart


Chris Stewart is a correspondent for Scripps News. You can catch him every Sunday as the host of “The Race” where he travels the country talking to voters about what’s impacting their everyday lives. When he's not digging for stories, Chris spends a lot of his time with his wife and daughter. He loves college football and spends Saturdays in the fall keeping up with his Penn State Nittany Lions.

Recent Work
A "for sale" sign is posted in front of a home.

US is not prepared to house a growing number of older Americans

Tydricka Lewis

Income program helps those formerly incarcerated stay out of prison

The Rolling Stones performing.

Music concert tours have made a huge splash in 2023

The city of Durham

Americans with no license face barriers to employment and housing

A classroom sits empty with the lights dim.

Nationwide tutor shortage leaving parents, students struggling

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

Egypt's crucial role in Israel-Hamas peace talks

A student taking the SAT exam

Effect of Florida's decision on 'Classic Learning Test' for admissions

Pug puppies.

For $50,000, you could clone your pet. But should you?

People demonstrate outside the Supreme Court.

Borrowers weigh payment boycott as student loan payments set to resume

Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks about the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

Could the abortion fight disrupt global AIDS program consensus?

The seal on the J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building.

FISA Section 702 debate: National security or invasion of privacy?

An "Undergraduate Admissions" sign on a college campus.

The changing state of college admissions

Trucks and cars on Interstate 495.

Why is the trucking industry in trouble?

Striking screenwriters and actors hold signs at a rally in Chicago.

Why are US labor strikes increasing, and what's the future outlook?

A photo of Sylvia Waller and her father in a frame.

With Alzheimer's drug advancements come concerns about access

Flood waters surround storm damaged homes in Louisiana.

Why are insurance companies pulling out of some states?

Jamie Mason with students from the Redemption Coffee inmate program.

Baristas behind bars: Program prepares inmates for return to society

A person talking on the phone.

How to protect yourself from AI voice scams

People demonstrate outside the Supreme Court.

Is there another route to student loan forgiveness?

Margie Darlington, who has ALS, uses voice technology to communicate.

High-tech software is giving a voice to those with ALS

Person in a synagogue praying

Armed volunteers protecting synagogues amid rise in antisemitism

Trump supporters in Florida.

Trump heads to Florida ahead of hearing in classified documents probe

A person types on a computer.

Sharing some deepfake images could now mean prison time in this state

Texas Ranger Guard training at an indoor shooting range

Not just 'mall cops': Why the private security industry is growing

A doctor uses a stethoscope while seeing a patient

Doctors worry patients aren't ready for Medicaid changes

Someone uses a device to monitor their blood oxygen level

As COVID health emergency ends, long haulers fear being forgotten

Snow melt leaves a farm in Utah flooded

Utah braces for flooding, historic snowpack melt

Someone shopping in grocery store produce section

Families are struggling with reduced SNAP benefits

Flood hit crops in California.

As a California drought improved, flooding brought problems

People work on removing a tree that fell into a house

Arkansas community stands tall after tornado knocks down homes