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.
If you have any news tips or story ideas for Mary, please submit them at mary.pulley@wdaftv4.com


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    Group honors murdered KCK man by trying to steer youth away from violence

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The death of a peer has a group answering the call to be positive leaders in their community. They’re doing it by trying to keep a younger generation from lives of crimes. De’Andre Goodson had been a trainee in the KCK chapter of YouthBuild, pursing a better life for himself, when he was shot and killed in December 2015. The murder happened near 4th and Washington. “He was a very hard worker. Funny, fun to be around. One of […]

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    KC mom furious that bus driver dropped off 5-year-old with no adult in sight

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City mother wants answers after her 5-year-old daughter was dropped off alone in the cold by mistake. Gerrika Green says a bus driver dropped of her daughter, Giavonni, leaving her to wander a busy street alone. Green says her daughter never should have been on that bus in the first place, saying a substitute teacher didn`t realize that Giavonni was supposed to stay for an after-school program, like she usually does. Instead, she was […]

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    Chief Forte urges KC community to empower itself in pursuit of positive change

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City’s top cop faced the public in hopes of reinforcing community efforts. Kansas City, Mo., Police Chief Daryl Forte stepped in front of the microphone Monday night to talk policing and improving the department’s relationship with the community. Chief Forte also took the opportunity to try and empower residents to make some of the changes they want to see in their communities. The chief spoke about urban blight, and its connection to crime. He cited a […]

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    Friends of Overland Park murder victim doubt suspect’s story, say woman is dearly missed

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Disturbing new details have surfaced about the death of an Overland Park woman. Court documents say Jennifer Lopez’s roommate who’s accused of killing her, thought she was a zombie. Those documents say her roommate, Christopher Wallace, claimed he was on some “bad meth” at the time. Some friends of Lopez think Wallace might be claiming he was high in hopes of getting reduced jail time. Those friends say they miss Lopez dearly and call her a spit […]

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    Despite setback, church’s pastor says he’ll continue push to build village near Clay County caves

    LIBERTY, Mo. — A church`s plan to build a village near some caves in Excelsior Springs has hit a snag. Dozens of people showed up to speak against the project during a planning and zoning commission meeting Tuesday night in Liberty. The county planning and zoning commission voted to for denial, but it`s not the final say. The Church of Liberty wanted the county to rezone land, to allow for what they call a tiny village of eco-friendly house, so they […]

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    KC murder victim gunned down hours after plea for peace on Facebook

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A metro man makes an emotional plea for peace on Facebook. Hours later, he ended up dead. Now police are investigating Walter Lee Gregory’s murder. Wednesday night, loved ones gather to remember 40-year-old Gregory. The non-violence group “Mothers In Charge” was front and center. This vigil hit close to home for the organization’s executive director. Much like she has at dozens of vigils before, Rosilyn Temple addressed a group of grieving loved ones, but this time […]

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    Foundation holding event for young athletes focused on heart health

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — A potentially life-saving effort will kick off this weekend, aimed at keeping the hearts of young athletes healthy. It’s being spearheaded by some Lee’s Summit parents who say they’ve learned through tragedy about the need for heart screenings. The Aronson’s never imagined they’d lose their seemingly healthy, active teenage daughter to sudden cardiac arrest last summer. They’ve since partner with St. Luke’s Health Health System to keep it from happening to other student athletes. “We thought Emma […]

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    Late KC man’s sister rejoices upon news that stolen vintage Buick has been found

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There’s some good news for a woman trying to make final arrangements for her late brother. As the man lay dying, someone stole his beloved vintage Buick. The woman has learned police have found it. Maezel Brown says it was much needed bright spot after all she’s been dealing with in the past few weeks. She’s been getting her late brother Billy Jester’s house ready to be sold, which has been quite a task. “Wood has […]

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    Platte City woman’s love for horses to leave lasting impact for therapeutic riding center

    HOLT, Mo. — It appears the trail is growing cold in the effort to find Anne Swaney’s killers. ABC 7 in Chicago, where the Platte City native worked, is reporting that a second “person of concern” has been ruled out as the killer. Swaney’s body was found floating in a river in Belize.  Officials say she had been strangled, after going off to do yoga by herself near the river. As Anne’s family prepares for to say final goodbyes on Saturday, […]

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    Overland Park crews work late night to clear roads for morning commute

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — As snow moved out of the metro, road crews fired up their trucks to keep your drive as safe as possible. Overland Park crews thought their work was finished earlier on Tuesday, until a second burst of snow came in the evening. Overland Park’s public works superintendent says it dropped an additional quarter of an inch to an inch of snow over the streets crew clear. They were thinking about calling off the second shift, but […]

  • One person is in custody after a homicide in Overland Park, Kan. Monday night.

    Overland Park police investigating woman’s death as a homicide

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — What started as a call for help at an Overland Park apartment turned into a homicide investigation.  Officers arrived to find a woman dead at the Brownstone Apartments at 61st and Foster on Monday at about 5:30 p.m.. Officers say they questioned someone on Monday night, and that person was not called a suspect, nor a person of interest at the time. Police say the person and the victim are acquaintances, but didn’t elaborate about their […]

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    KC boutique adjusts sports-theme practices to avoid another federal raid

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs fans are wearing their team pride hoping to cheer Kansas City to a 12th straight win this Saturday. Playoff hysteria means an increase in counterfeit merchandise, and that has law enforcement agencies stepping up their games. One local boutique made changes to its sports-themed underwear to avoid being penalized again. In the past two years during the World Series, federal agents seized dozens of phony tickets and unlicensed merchandise, including a panty raid. […]