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Mary Pulley joined the FOX 4 news team July 2010, as a weekend evening anchor and reporter.
This is a homecoming for Mary in more ways then one. She was raised in Kansas City, Kansas, and was an intern at FOX 4 while in college. Mary, a UMKC graduate, is thrilled to be back in the Kansas City metro area.
Before joining FOX 4, she was a weekend anchor, producer, and reporter at WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
You can catch Mary Pulley on the Anchor Desk with Rob Collins, Saturdays and Sundays at 5pm, 9pm, & 10pm.
In her spare time, Mary enjoys the great outdoors with her husband Randall, and their son Landen.
Mary also serves on the board of directors for the United Way of Wyandotte County.
If you have any news tips or story ideas for Mary, please submit them at mary.pulley@wdaftv4.com


Recent Articles
  • Facebook vote may mean baby boy on the way will truly be ‘Raised Royal’

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — We all know the Kansas City Royals’ slogan “Raised Royal”, but a metro boy could be “Born Royal.” It’s all up to folks on social media who are helping his parents pick his name. The happiest news like the expectation of a child can bring a family closer together. It can also spark some pretty fun competition too. When Candice Sherman found out she was pregnant with a son, she knew she wanted his name to […]

  • Lee’s Summit police hope video can help lead them to man breaking in to cars

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Lee’s Summit police hope you can help them find a man who’s been going through cars. Police say a number of those thefts from vehicles  have happened in the Eagle Creek community. A video has some folks there a little disgusted. They say they work hard for their valuables and can’t believe someone would try to steal them. The video  shows a man with a flash light  looking through a dark colored car. FOX 4  showed […]

  • Crews work hard to clear crash scene after fiery wreck brings rush hour to halt on I-435

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — First responders say a fifth car was found in a fiery crash along I-435 near Corporate Woods on Monday afternoon. A significant injury and lots of flames greeted crews, and brought traffic to a standstill during rush hour. As of Monday night one person remained in critical condition. The wreck resembled last week`s deadly crash on I-70 in Bonner Springs. In both cases there were cars, semi trucks, and construction involved. The construction on I-435 proved to be […]

  • After overcoming long odds to survive at birth, Kansas City girl paints with a purpose to help children’s charities

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A metro 9-year-old is using brush strokes to help kids in need. Her motivation to give back, comes after her own difficult birth; doctors didn’t expect Savanna Williams to survive. Painting is more than a hobby for her; it`s a passion, but with a purpose! “It was something natural that had happened,” said Savanna. “Sometimes I just get a quick flash in my head or I look at photos to see what I want to do,” […]

  • Man shot, dumped in Raymore neighborhood following disturbance with three men

    RAYMORE, Mo. — The calm of a Raymore neighborhood was shattered Wednesday night after police found a man shot in the street. Officers responded to an area near Sierra Drive and Ward Drive where the man was found. The Raymore Police Department is confident neither the victim, nor the three men they`re looking for are even from the neighborhood. Officers say the victim had been in a car with the men, they got out of the car and some type of […]

  • All lanes open on Kansas Turnpike after crash takes the lives of five people

    BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. — Westbound lanes of Interstate 70 on the Kansas Turnpike reopened early Wednesday morning at 174th Street after investigators collected crash evidence and cleared the debris from the scene of a deadly crash that killed at least five people died on Tuesday. The number of dead victims rose after the discovery of a sixth vehicle trapped underneath a wrecked tractor-trailer. A semi-driver reportedly hit a vehicle that caused a chain reaction in the westbound lanes, and set […]

  • Elevator crowded past capacity likely the cause when 18 people became trapped at KC business park

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On one of the hottest days so far this summer, 18 people ended up trapped on an elevator. The numbers on the elevator appear to have played a role in it becoming stalled. The emergency happened inside an underground business park near 31st and Mercier. Records show the elevator passed its last three city annual inspections. The acting president of the company, which owns the property, thinks riders not paying attention is what lead to the […]

  • Supporters of ‘Alexander’s Journey’ will soon have a new way to connect with the cancer fighter

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A young cancer patient who has captured hearts around the metro and the world made it through another surgery Wednesday. Many have been following the journey of 10-year-old Alexander Goodwin, who made the journey with his parents from the U.K. for cancer treatment. He`s about to find a way to inspire even more people. There were pictures of Alex just before surgery posted on Facebook with the caption that read in part: “I`m very scared but […]

  • American Legion hosts quiet Independence Day celebration for veterans

    OLATHE, Kan. — While some were enjoying the loud bangs and pops of fireworks on Independence Day, others chose much quieter fun. For veterans with PTSD, those sounds, and for some even the smell, can be triggers with unpleasant results. At a gathering in Olathe Tuesday night, that wasn’t a problem. It has all the makings of a great Independence Day celebration. Face painting, hot burgers and brats sizzling on the grill, he friendliest of smiles and waves, and a […]

  • Following governor’s veto, performing arts enthusiasts hold out hope for UMKC arts campus funding

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Disheartening is what performing arts lovers are calling Governor Eric Greitens` veto that halts funding half of a new performing arts campus for UMKC. The campus would sit on a now vacant lot across the street from the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts. The University of Missouri system is sounding confident it will secure the alternative funding for the proposed campus, which is a sigh of relief to performing arts lovers who call the veto a […]

  • Oak Grove hobbyist reunites lucky people with treasured lost rings

    OAK GROVE, Mo. — An Oak Grove man has developed quite a knack for reunited people with their long-lost property. Not once, but twice, he’s been able to surprise people with class rings they thought they’d never see again. Richard Acuff is able to do it thanks to a hobby, that keeps him gazing at the ground. He’s an arborist by day, but in his spare time Acuff is somewhat of a treasure hunter. With his metal detector in hand, […]

  • Tech expert says setting smartphone limits, not banning them, is wiser approach for parents to take with kids

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — How young is too young to have the internet in your pocket? Colorado is playing with the idea to ban smartphone sales to anyone under 13. It’s common for some parents to complain about kids always being on their phones, not paying attention, and not being physically active because of devices like a smartphone, but is outlawing them for “tweens” really the right move? Well-intentioned, yes, but effective? Not necessarily, says tech expert Burton Kelso, when […]