Craig Heaps has been an award winning reporter, producer and writer with KTVU Channel Two News for more than two decades. During that time he has covered some of the biggest stories in the Bay Area, including the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1991 East Bay Hills firestorm. His international reporting includes a heart-rending series on the war in Bosnia and its effects on the people there, a rare American television look inside Cuba, and in-depth reports on child soldiers in Uganda.
Craig’s work has been honored with the prestigious National Headliners Award, as well as recognition from the Radio Television News Directors Association, UPI, the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Associated Press Television Radio Association. The American Institute of Physics named him the winner of its national science writing award. He has been nominated for two Emmys. He has also won Lincoln University's "Unity in Media" Award for reporting on the difficulty African Americans have in reaching top corporate jobs.
Craig grew up in Los Angeles and earned a bachelor's degree in Communication from Stanford University. He has worked for television stations in San Francisco, Salinas, Medford Oregon, and Wichita Kansas. His career also includes work as a correspondent for CNN and for The Nightly Business Report on PBS.
Craig is married and has two adult children.