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Jason Lamb joined FOX 4 News in August 2002. He spends his Saturdays and Sundays at FOX 4 following the stories and the games that matter the most to Kansas City sports fans.

Most normal people who have grown-up jobs go back to work on Monday. Jason looks forward to Mondays because it’s the beginning of his weekend. If you ever see him out and about town, he’s always wearing a ball cap — because he looks good in a cap and because he is follicularly-challenged.

In Jason’s 17 years covering sports in Northeast Kansas and the Kansas City metro, the Chiefs have made it to the playoffs six times, but they haven’t won a postseason game since 1993. The Royals have had just one winning season, but he still loves going to the ballpark. He has covered a couple of KU NCAA Final Fours. He raced around Kansas Speedway in an IndyCar two-seater driven by Davey Hamilton, and he rode along with Carl Edwards in the front seat of a Ford Mustang. He even worked in a pit crew during one of NASCAR’s Sprint Cup races at Kansas.

Jason has had the pleasure to meet and visit with many of Kansas City’s sports icons. But what he enjoys most is covering and promoting high school sports.

Jason grew up in Great Bend, Kan. (Class of ’90). He graduated from KU in the spring of 1995. He worked at Topeka TV stations WIBW and KTKA before coming to FOX 4. He and his wife Amy have an ornery son. Jayce is a third-grader at St. Joseph School in Shawnee, Kan.


Recent Articles
  • Benny’s been Sporting KC’s best

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Sporting Kansas City’s marquee players are Matt Besler, Graham Zusi and Dom Dwyer. But the most valuable player on the club so far this season has been Benny Feilhaber. Feilhaber is even in the conversation for the MVP of Major League Soccer. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb sat down with Feilhaber to find out why he’s having the best season of his career. Watch the special report in the video player above.  

  • FOX 4 Prep Report: Week two of high school football

    Check out the scores in the HyVee/FOX 4 Prep Report for the second week of the high school football season:

  • FOX 4 Prep Report: Missouri high schools start their season

    August 21 began the first week of high school football games in Missouri. Check out the scores in the HyVee/FOX 4 Prep Report:  

  • Berry’s parents and coach talk about his comeback from cancer

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eric berry says he tried to “be strong” throughout his battle against cancer. But he learned it wasn’t possible every single day. His goal while enduring six months of chemotherapy was to do five push-ups a day. And there he was Wednesday morning returning to the football field for the first time since last November when a mass was discovered in his chest. Berry was declared cancer-free on June 22. He passed a battery of tests […]

  • Kansas City awarded Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship through 2020

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship is staying in Kansas City through 2020. The conference announced that in addition to hosting the 2016 men’s tournament, the Sprint Center and KC will host it from 2017-2020. KC and Sprint Center KEEP Big 12 Men’s bball tourney through 2020! #fox4kc — FOX 4 Sports (@fox4sports) May 28, 2015 “Kansas City, once again, stepped up and made a substantial offer. As always, made promises and always over-delivered on those promises,” […]

  • Courtney Force returns to defend title in Topeka

    TOPEKA, Kan. — The fastest race cars in the world are at Heartland Park Topeka this weekend for the National Hot Rod Association Kansas Nationals. One of the young stars behind the wheel of one of a 10,000 horsepower rockets on wheels is Courtney Force. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb has the story of her hopeful title defense at Topeka in the video.

  • Mizzou softball taking a good luck charm with the team out west to super regionals

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Missouri softball team advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals, and plays a best-of-three series at UCLA this weekend. The winner moves on to the Women’s Softball College World Series. One of Mizzou’s biggest fans is from Independence, and she’ll be making the trip, too. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb brings you Ryleigh Patience’s story in the video, and shows you why she means so much to the team.

  • Inspirational competitor finds purpose after losing leg

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — In the last year, Kurt Soper of Overland Park has completed his first 5K run, climbed a rock wall, taken up yoga and hiked a mountain in Colorado… all on one leg. Now he’s preparing to hand cycle the biking portion of Sunday’s KC Triathlon. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb introduces you to this cancer survivor who lost his leg, but found his purpose.

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    Two proud moms ready to watch their KU football sons play for the Raiders in NFL

    Last Saturday two defensive players from the University of Kansas were both drafted by the same NFL team. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb tracked down each players’ mom for Mother’s Day. Each lives in the Kansas City-area and has spent years supporting their sons and athletes. Now, they’ve gone from football moms to NFL moms.

  • Smithville’s own “Running Rachel” set to take on Boston Marathon

    SMITHVILLE, Mo. — The Boston Marathon is on Monday, and among the official registry of runners you’ll find 163 runners from the Kansas City metro area. And among that group is a young mother from Smithville who calls herself “Running Rachel.” FOX 4’s Jason Lamb has her story. Click here to read Rachel Steffen’s blog. In the video player below, ‘Running Rachel’ talked to Nick and Kim on the FOX 4 Morning Show on June 4, after she ran her 3rd […]

  • FOX 4 Team of the Week: Blue Valley West Tennis

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Our FOX 4 Hy-Vee Team of the Week is currently ranked number 1 in the state of Kansas. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb profiles the boy’s tennis team at Blue Valley West High School in the video.

  • Two young golfers from Johnson County set sights on golf tournament at Augusta National

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. — A pair of youth golfers from Johnson County are preparing to play in a national event on the most famous golf course in the country. Eleven-year-old Julia Misemer of Overland Park and nine-year-old Chance Rinkol qualified for the Drive, Pitch & Putt National Finals at Augusta National, home of The Masters. FOX 4’s Jason Lamb caught up with the pair getting their practice in on the links, check out their interview in the video.