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Megan Dillard joined the Fox 4 News Team in March 2014 as a general assignment reporter for the 5 & 6 p.m. newscasts.

She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Houston with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Global Business. She interned at KPRC Local 2 in Houston, her hometown, and was offered her first reporting job while she was still a senior in college. She accepted and moved to Beaumont, Texas where she finished her last semester of school remotely.

After earning several story awards in the two years or so she spent in the field, she joined the KFDM Morning Show team as an anchor. She enjoys time on the desk and out on the streets, hunting down the next story, meeting people. She travelled to California for a piece on serial killer crime memorabilia, known as “murderabilia.” She also earned a Lone Star Emmy nomination for a piece about white supremacy prison gangs and the role those groups play both behind bars and in the free world. Her awards include Best Reporter for the 2013 Texas Associated Press of Broadcasters Division 4.

This Texan loves baseball, music, cooking, fitness, laughing, wit, movies, anything involving the military and family member reunions, Jack Bauer, Fleetwood Mac, and her dog Leah. She’s not a big fan of traffic, when people scrape their teeth against their fork when they chew, or being late.

Megan wants to cover anything that can help our viewers address, resolve, or bring awareness to a situation. Please email her at Megan.Dillard@wdaftv4.com.
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Recent Articles
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    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – On Wednesday crews and homeowners packed the same Overland Park street on which they watched their homes burn Monday.  They were working through the “what happens now” phase. Homeowners were let back into their homes for the first time on Wednesday following the massive fire that started at CityPlace. One home belonged to Cindy Kulphongpatana Wu. She walked through with a company who helped her look at things she can save, which wasn`t much: a few […]

  • Balloons rise while tears fall at vigil for two boys killed in Friday crash

    SUGAR CREEK, Mo. — The man whose brother was driving in a crash that killed his two young sons says his brother should not face charges. The boys’ uncle talked with FOX 4’s Megan Dillard at a balloon release today to honor Dustin and Brian Moyer. “I honestly don’t want charges filed on my brother. I think he’s going through a lot of hell on his own. Waking up to realizing his boys are gone.” Jimmy Moyer was one of […]

  • Details emerge in Friday crash that killed two little boys

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A pair of young brothers were on their way to a day of fun at the Kansas City St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Tragically, they never made it. The boys died after their father crashed into a utility pole, landing in a stranger’s front yard. Relatives said 9-year-old Brian and 5-year-old Dustin were the boys killed in Friday’s wreck at about 11 a.m. near 12th and Ewing. Their older half-brother Spencer Miller said the boys were the best […]

  • Two children killed in crash after driver speeds away from minor fender bender

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two children are dead and two adults are in the hospital after a crash near 12th and Ewing in Kansas City Friday morning. It all started as a minor fender bender between that car and another vehicle, but when the driver tried to speed away, he lost control of the vehicle and slammed into a utility pole. An officer on the scene said a silver car was involved in a fender bender with a white SUV. The […]

  • Two children dead in crash near 12th and Ewing

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two children are dead following a crash near 12th and Ewing Friday. The crash occurred just after 11:35 a.m. An officer on the scene says a silver car was involved in a fender bender with a white SUV. The two drivers pulled over and were exchanging information. Suddenly, the driver of the silver car took off, ran stop lights, and then eventually smashed into a pole before landing in a nearby yard along 12th street. There were four people […]

  • Pres. Trump’s budget proposal draws mixed reactions from local residents

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A local veteran and an immigrant business owner have two very different reactions to President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, submitted to Congress Thursday. It’s the president’s first budget draft. Almost every government agency will see cuts except one area he has been very vocal about. Army National Guard veteran David Snelling is not only encouraged by President Trump’s spending plan; he wishes it was in place back when he was in Iraq a decade ago. “Trump […]

  • Loss of beloved bakery driver in early morning crash reverberates through Northland community

    NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The man behind the wheel who died on an East Kansas City street Wednesday morning leaves a huge void in the Northland. The North Kansas City bakery driver worked at Aunt Mary’s off Armour Road. 60-year-old Keith Cooper walked in and out of the doors of the cozy bakery for the last 7 years, impacting just about everyone around him. Bakery owner Janice Marie Henry said, “He always walked in and clocked in and said good […]

  • Smithville mayor says things are looking up after tornado damage

    SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Volunteers are cleaning up the last of the debris almost a week after Monday’s severe storms throughout the metro. An EF-2 tornado caused widespread damage throughout the city of Smithville, but the mayor said things are actually looking up. Smithville mayor Brian Fullmer said things are finally starting to fall back into place. He stopped by Sunday afternoon’s Multi-Agency Resource Center where storm victims picked up a wide range of information. Volunteers shared legal and insurance information […]

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The father of missing woman Toni Anderson said he believes the body found inside the car pulled from the Missouri River Friday is his daughter. While investigative officials have yet to positively identify the body, evidence is sufficient enough for Brian Anderson to believe that it is Toni. “Nothing has been confirmed at this point. We hope to have the information from the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s Office tomorrow,” he said. “They’ve told us clothing is […]

  • Memorial for Toni Anderson appears at Platte Landing Park where car was found

    PARKVILLE, Mo. – Dozens of drivers passed the ramp today where searchers pulled up Toni Anderson’s car Friday night. Many wanted to see the area that was blocked off Friday night; others paid their respects. Two young northland women said the news feels like they’ve lost someone they know. Cheyenne Hansen and Serenity Springs didn’t know Toni Anderson, but in her, they see a little bit of themselves. Hansen said, “We’ve been following the story since January when she went […]

  • Disaster relief center up and running for those affected by Oak Grove tornado

    OAK GROVE, Mo. — Help for victims of Monday’s storms is now available in one place. Multiple agencies teamed up to host a Disaster Relief Recovery Resource Center at First Baptist Church in Oak Grove. Rick Parr makes a living helping other people, but following Monday’s EF-3 tornado in Oak Grove, he and his family are now the ones in need. “We’re used to helping everybody. We’re not used to being helped. We’re on the other side a little bit […]

  • Pastor says church was set on fire by someone he tried to help

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Our Redeemer Lutheran Church had to turn people away Sunday to keep them from breathing in smoke. A pastor said he tried to help someone Saturday night, but that person ended up setting fire to the church. FOX 4’s Megan Dillard was at the church on 8th Street and Benton Boulevard and saw the damage. The pastor told FOX 4 the second service typically sees kids from 2 months old to 17 years old. They ended […]