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Abby Eden anchors the Fox 4 News Morning Show Monday through Friday from 4:30 until 9. Abby is originally from Omaha, Nebraska. She’s had the news bug since she was a little girl, always watching the local and national news, studying the reporters and anchors. Abby followed her desire to be a reporter to the University of Missouri in Columbia. There, she was involved in multiple student leader organizations including the Homecoming Steering Committee, the Honor Society: Omicron Delta Kappa, and she was a Summer Welcome Leader.

Abby worked at KOMU through the University of Missouri, learning every aspect of the job from photography and editing, to producing and anchoring. She also interned at a non-profit organization in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Her first reporting job was in Tyler, Texas. She produced and anchored the weekend news in Tyler and reported for the evening newscasts in both Tyler and Longview. While she was there, Abby covered everything from crime to hurricanes.
After three and a half years in Texas, Abby came back to the Midwest and to Fox 4. She started as a Multimedia Journalist working primarily in Lawrence, Kansas. Then she anchored the 10 p.m. news with Phil Witt for nearly six years. After getting married, Abby made the switch to the Morning show to spend more time with her new husband.

Abby’s won multiple awards for her work in journalism including a Barbara Jordan Media Award, an Emma, multiple Emmy nominations, an NLGJA award, a MORE Award, and an Edward R. Murrow Regional Award. Her passion is telling stories that can positively impact people’s lives through investigation or education.

In her spare time, Abby loves to spend time with her husband, Tyler, and their Australian Shepherd, Milo, and Hemingway cat, Dallas. Abby is a marathoner and half marathoner. You’ll often see her running or working out at lots of locally-owned gyms. She also enjoys trying new recipes and restaurants, attending local philanthropic events, and helping pageant contestants with their competitions. If she’s not in KC, she’s back in Omaha to see her entire family, including her seven nieces and nephews.

Recent Articles
  • Metro organization works to treat post-traumatic stress while reducing the stigma

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eight percent of Americans are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, more than 24 million people according to PTSD United. And while veterans are widely affected, first responders and even non-emergency workers are also suffering. There is a group working to help those in the metro and beyond going through the battle. Justin Hoover was stationed in Iraq in the United States Army from 2003 to 2006, and when he got back to the states, he thought […]

  • Absent a cure, metro teen manages to thrive while learning to cope with chronic migraines

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Most of us have had a headache in our lives, many of us have even had a migraine – in fact, migraines and headache disorders are among the most common illnesses in the world. However, chronic migraines, 15 or more headaches a month, only affect 1.7 to 4 percent of the world’s population, according to the World Health Organization. One local teenager is one of those who suffers from chronic migraines. She’s sharing her story on […]

  • Truman Medical Center teams up with Cerner in pilot program for patients with chronic health issues

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A pilot program at Truman Medical Center could change the way people with chronic health issues manage their everyday health conditions. Eloris White has been diabetic for 16 years. “I`m trying to stay away from sweets,” White told FOX 4. She struggles to keep her blood sugar in check daily, and she`s been concerned about her long-term health. “I want to improve my health, I want my doctor to be proud of me,” she stated. And […]

  • Kansas City doctors employing technology that leads to a quicker recovery for stroke victims

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Roger Branit is a professional photographer, and it was during a long day in the studio that a co-worker noticed something was off about Branit. “Suddenly felt a little disoriented and like I could not stand up any more,” Branit recalled. Branit was exhibiting the signs of a stroke – as highlighted in the acronym “F.A.S.T.” which stands for facial drooping, arm weakness, speech difficulties, and time to call emergency services. “At one point, the right […]

  • Tamale Kitchen is changing lives one tamale at a time

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One metro kitchen isn’t just a place to cook; it’s a movement. The goal: end the cycle of poverty among people struggling to get ahead. FOX 4’s Abby Eden takes us to Tamale Kitchen in Kansas City’s Old Northeast. The secret to Velia Gonzalez’s tamales is a long-time family recipe “The recipe was passed on from generation to generation to generation,” she said (translated). Once a week, for 8 hours, a small group of women come together […]

  • Metro mom of two shares incredible story of defying odds in more ways than one

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On Mother’s Day, one of the rarest moms in the world will be celebrating in Kansas City. For much of her adult life, Mindy Corbin was told her family, with two daughters, would never be possible. “I was told children would not happen for me at all, to just get it out of my head,” Corbin told FOX 4’s Abby Eden. When she was 18, a virus hit Corbin’s heart, leaving her near death. “I just thought […]

  • Force sensing table gives KC chiropractic students objective, real-time lessons in care

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A new table is changing the way chiropractors are being trained, and one institution in the metro is one of only four in the country that has this table. There was a time when Dr. Jon Wilson relied on a show-and-tell method for teaching his chiropractic students the proper force to use when adjusting a patient. “Historically they put their hands on, and they push and they say, ‘how hard do I push?’ And we say, […]

  • Missouri mandating pitch counts for student athletes to help keep young hurlers out of surgery

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Baseball season is underway for student athletes in the metro — and a new regulation institutes a pitch count.  One metro doctor says he has seen a lot of young pitchers in need of surgery after overthrowing. “We`re getting more and more scientific evidence demonstrating that the number of pitches thrown especially in one game is correlated with injury,” Dr. Matthew Daggett explained. Dr. Daggett is an orthopedic surgeon- he often works with athletes with rotator […]

  • Metro patients with M.S. hope that new drug expected to get FDA approval will be a breakthrough

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It’s considered a breakthrough, a life-changer or even life-saver for M.S. patients. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to approve a new drug for patients with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, and patients in the metro are hopeful that it will be the breakthrough they’ve needed. “I was tired and I had lost my balance completely. I could not walk a straight line,” said Janet Herman Franklin. Janet Herman Franklin’s M.S. started off with subtle, but noticeable […]

  • Children’s Mercy program helps mom staying strong for toddler and family to be human and unwind

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Amanda Reeves’ son, Rohen, is waiting for a new heart. The 16-month-old is hooked to machines, as Amanda does whatever she can to stay strong for Rohen and his older sister. “We definitely went into survival mode,” she said. Amanda walks into Children`s Mercy Hospital day after day, pulling herself together for her family. “You don`t realize because you`re always being so strong, you walk in every day and be strong because that`s what you do as […]

  • Shawnee man who has battled colon cancer says no one should fear the screenings

    SHAWNEE, Kan. — Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States.  It`s no longer a disease that only older Americans need to be worried about.  New studies show people under the age of 50 are being diagnosed much more frequently. In late 2013, Kurt Barbour was living his dream.  He was married to his high school sweetheart and healthy, minus a nagging feeling in his stomach. “I had a burning sensation in my stomach, lower […]

  • Children’s Mercy checklist for infants with cardiac concerns becomes a national resource

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When parents learn their infant has a heart defect, it can be overwhelmingly emotional or just overwhelming, and things can get lost in the shuffle. Children’s Mercy Hospital created a simple checklist to solve that problem — and it’s become a national resource. Ashlie and Mitchell Mason know they’re lucky to have Cohen– a healthy, smiley 4-month old. Cohen was born with a hypoplastic left heart, meaning the left side of his heart didn’t form correctly. […]