Greg Beesley

Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter

Connect With Me

I was born in Sioux Falls, SD but lived in the suburbs in the town of Brandon.

I was born in Sioux Falls, SD but lived in the suburbs in the town of Brandon.

I attended South Dakota State University where I studied broadcast journalism and competed for the Jackrabbits in cross country and track and field. During my time at SDSU I won three Summit League titles – two as a team member in cross country and an individual title at 5,000 meters in outdoor track.

After SDSU, I went to work at KSFY-TV in Sioux Falls, SD, starting as a production assistant making my way up to sports reporter and fill-in-anchor. After KSFY, I went to work for Badlands TV becoming an associate producer and on-air talent for Badlands Motor Speedway, calling some of the highest-paying dirt track races in the country. Shortly after that, I spent two years as the Sports Director for KCWY TV in Casper, Wyoming.

In my free time I love watching sports and Netflix, playing golf, doing some jogging, playing fantasy football, or enjoying the local dirt track racing scene.


Countdown To Olympics

Sponsored Locally By:

NBC News Headlines

At least four dead after tour bus crashes in Utah, police say

About a dozen to 15 people were critically injured in the crash, the Utah Highway Patrol. Tourists on the bus were Chinese speakers.

Before Central Park jogger conviction, he dreamed of a school that's honored him

Kevin Richardson told Oprah Winfrey he had dreamed of attending the private New York university and playing in its marching band.

Department of Homeland Security strategy adds white supremacy to list of threats

Recent mass shootings have "galvanized the Department of Homeland Security to expand its counterterrorism mission focus beyond terrorists operating aboard," acting DHS Sec. Kevin McAleenan.

Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes amid outbreak of vaping illnesses

The retail giant cites "regulatory uncertainty" regarding e-cigarettes.

'As bad as I've ever seen it': Imelda swamps southeast Texas, 3 dead

Three people were confirmed dead in the flooding, and rain was forecast to continue Friday, which could make Imelda the 7th-wettest tropical cyclone in U.S. history.