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Digital savvy multi-media producer.

I enjoy creating videos that not only inform but entertain. I have a heart for Africa, namely Tanzania, and enjoy learning about different cultures.

I joined FOX 4 in 2003 as a Creative Services Producer. In 2007 I joined FOX 4's Internet Department where I write stories for the web and produce videos. I feel fortunate to have a job where I can not only work, but play on the Internet.

When not pecking away at the keyboard you'll find me studying Swahili or outside swimming, hiking, biking, running and exploring the great outdoors.

Rom. 1:16 | Rom. 12:2 | Eph. 3:16-19


Recent Articles
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    “I knew it was coming!” Men record three-car collision after spotting erratic driver

    After an erratic driver caught the attention of two men, one of them started recording video on his cell phone. The video shows the driver swerving all over the road, crossing the median into oncoming traffic. In one instance the driver nearly swiped the side of a school bus. A vehicle behind the school bus had to veer onto the shoulder to avoid a head-on collision. “Please get home safely, whoever you are,” the man recording the video said. Moments […]

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    Royals players on their superstitions, beards and love for Kansas City fans

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Finally! Twenty-nine years in the making and the Kansas City Royals are in the World Series! And Royals fans know we’re going to #TakeTheCrown. In baseball it’s no secret that players are some of the most superstitious people on the planet. The Royals dugout is no exception. The Kansas City boys in blue spoke with FOX 4’s Jason Lamb about some of their baseball-winning rituals. Superstitions Alex Gordon, outfielder “I wear the same hat for BP […]

  • New Royals song knocks it out of the park just in time for the World Series

    America has fallen in love with Kansas City Royals baseball. So inspired by this season’s success, Christian music artist Matthew West, also a major Royals fan, recorded a rendition of Lorde’s ‘Royals’ that captures the emotion every one in Kansas City feels. “We will always be Royals. This is more than just a game Royal-blue running through our veins KC let me hear you say, We will always be Royals” West’s song debuted on Christian radio station Life 88.5 Friday […]

  • Clergy abuse victim speaks out about trial settlement

    KANSAS CITY — A man who endured sexual abuse by a Catholic priest as a child is speaking out Friday about this week’s trial that resulted in a nearly $10 million settlement for clergy abuse victims. Jon David Couzens is a former altar boy who sued the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City and St. Joseph in an 11 day trial that ended just before the jury would have started it’s deliberations. Couzens is one of only two men in Missouri […]

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    Moose caught the ball and Royals fans caught Moose

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mike Moustakas had the play of the night in Game 3 of the ALCS against the Baltimore Orioles Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. A fly ball by Orioles Adam Jones sent him running toward the dugout suits where he toppled over the rail. Royals fans — quick to act — cushioned his fall. “It was unbelievable. He just jumped over and we start catching,” Tim Anderson of Overland Park said. “It looked like all of the […]

  • leech

    U.K. woman finds three-inch leech living in her nose

    EDINBURGH, U.K. — The nose can be disgusting. Boogers. Snot. Hair poking out the nostrils. But one Endinburgh woman trumps all that when she discovered a three-inch leech living inside her face. Daniela Liverani, 24, suffered from nosebleeds for weeks, but believed they were from a burst blood vessel in her nose she suffered from a motor bike crash. That is until she was showering last Thursday and discovered something was wriggling around in her nose. She went to the […]

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    Orioles fan confesses on social media: It’s hard to hate the Royals

    While Kansas City is overflowing with love for Royals baseball, at least one Orioles fan is too – or at least he doesn’t hate our beloved boys in blue. Reddit user 4tenpro posted a brief story over the weekend detailing an interaction between Royals players and Orioles fans during pre-game warm ups in Baltimore. The interaction caused him to turn to his friend and say, “You know, it’s really hard to hate this team.” Read the entire story from Reddit below. […]

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    KC police engage in a little trash talk with Baltimore brothers in blue in Game 1 of ALCS

    There’s nothing like a little friendly trash talk between opposing teams that makes a game fun. So when the Kansas City Police Department engaged in some smack talk with the Baltimore Police Department before — and during — Game 1 of the ALCS on Twitter, Royals fans started cheering. (Let’s face it,  there wasn’t a lot to cheer about while watching the game for those who bleed blue). See some of the witty remarks made between the police departments below. […]

  • Medial supplies reach Liberia, courtesy Heart to Heart International

    Heart to Heart International to build Ebola Treatment Unit in Liberia

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Heart to Heart International announced plans to open an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) in Liberia to help stop the spread of Ebola. “Authorities have determined that Liberia alone needs 27 Ebola Treatment Units to handle the population and those who are going to become ill,” Heart to Heart International  CEO Jim Mitchum said in a news conference on Tuesday. “Currently, there are only six in operation.” Mitchum said work has already begun on their ETU, which […]

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    Kansas City celebs attempt karaoke for charity (no rotten tomatoes were thrown)

    Members of the FOX 4 morning team are used to microphones. They use them every day — to talk. But last Thursday some of Kansas City’s favorite faces braved the mic and sang karaoke — or tried to. The event benefited the work Mercy and Truth Medical Missions is doing in Tanzania, East Africa. Depending on how sensitive your ears are, you may want to adjust your speakers before playing this video.  

  • Actors from “The Good Lie” share Sudanese refugee story

    Actors Ger Duany and Emmanuel Jal, along with producer Molly Smith, spoke about the new movie “The Good Lie” starring Reese Witherspoon, which tells the story of Sudanese refugees who resettle in Kansas.

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    Here’s what it looks like to get robbed at gunpoint

    While riding a bike through a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Alexander Hennessy was held up at gunpoint. Initially the gunman attempted to cut Hennessy off while he pedaled down a bike path with friends. Hennessy managed to veer away and even laughed off the encounter. But things turned much more dangerous moments later. Watch as Hennessy gets away unharmed — footage captured on his GoPro camera.