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Sherae Honeycutt is so happy to be a part of the Fox 4 team. Sherae is originally from The San Francisco Bay Area, but has roots in Missouri. She films, edits, and presents her own stories daily. For two years she reported in America’s Heartland at KFVS covering five states, including: Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois, Western Kentucky, as well as, parts of Tennessee and Arkansas. Her focus was on Missouri’s Bootheel.
Major stories she covered are The Perryville Tornado, The Spring Flood of 2017, New Year Flood of 2016, Missouri’s opiod epidemic, The State of Missouri vs. former Sheriff Cory Hutcheson and the death of Tory Sanders in The Mississippi County Jail.
Previously she worked as an assistant producer and assignment editor for KRON4 News in San Francisco. In 2014, she interned with NBC Nightly News & The Today Show in Los Angeles. Through The Today Show, she assisted acclaimed journalist Maria Shriver and her production team with a series of stories.
Sherae graduated from San Francisco State University in 2015 with a BA in Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts. She also obtained a certificate from City College of San Francisco in 2013 for Multimedia Journalism.Through her internships and work she has assisted in coverage of The Napa Earthquake of 2014, The Supreme Court’s decision on Proposition 8, The shooting death of Kate Steinle, Robin William’s death and diagnosis, and California’s historic drought.
When not at work she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her dog. Sherae loves to travel. She’s visited 15 countries – and counting. She will root for the KC Chiefs, but is a loyal SF Giants fan for life. She loves going on adventures, learning, and trying new things.
Don’t forget to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and if you have a story idea be sure to email it to sherae.honeycutt@fox4kc.com.

Recent Articles
  • Metro residents crave warm comfort food as temperatures plummet

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s bitter cold outside, but metro restaurants are warming you up. FOX 4’s Sherae Honeycutt hit the streets to see where you were chowing down, and what’s warming our palates during this frigid weather. People piled into and out of Dixon’s Famous Chili in Independence, so it seems everyone got the memo that chili is on the menu. “We have been in Kansas City since 1919. My great uncle Verne Dixon started it,” said Dixon’s General […]

  • A year later, Toni Anderson’s loved ones dedicate bench but still have questions

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — January 15 marks one year since Toni Anderson disappeared. Her friends are mourning her loss, but still have questions about how she died. “Someone once described her as kind of like a butterfly which I feel really suits her. She’s just very – she was gorgeous and she just gets along with everyone,” said friend Mary Gillespie. Anderson went missing after a traffic stop last January. She got gas at a QuickTrip, and was never seen […]

  • KC businesses brace for dropping temperatures

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This weather is not letting up, and it’s getting ready to get a lot colder. So, if you have a hat and coat today, you’ll be okay, but with snow in the forecast some people around Kansas City are getting ready for another round of extreme weather. “We had a really warm start to the season, but now that we’re in winter it has been very brutally cold,” said West Lake Ace Hardware General Manager Amber […]

  • Metro mechanic offers tips, tricks to keep your car on the road during freezing temperatures

    INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Sticky doors and frozen windshields might be something you have to deal with the next few days. Freezing temperatures are not only hard on the outside of your car, but the inside as well. Buddy’s Mechanic in Independence deals with it a lot. “This is similar to a hot July afternoon. Both conditions are extreme,” said General Manager Mike Goodwin. It can’t always be a sunny day, so Goodwin said you want to be prepared when it’s […]

  • Bone marrow donor says a small decision can make a big impact

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A little boy has a second chance at life thanks to a Kansas City, Missouri man who is his perfect bone marrow match. Luke Beckett never imagined a small act could save someone’s life. “They said all you’ve got to do is swab your cheek, they put you on the registry, so I thought, why not?” Beckett said. Beckett added his name to a bone marrow registry with DKMS a few years back. “It literally took […]

  • With slick sidewalks, metro physical therapist offers tips to stay on solid ground

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Highways and roads weren’t the only things slick Monday morning as wet surfaces refroze overnight. That was also true on sidewalks, driveways and parking lots. The result: unplanned bumps, bruises and even trips to the emergency room in some cases. When surfaces get slick, physical therapist Biagio Mazza with Elite Physical Therapy said it’s important to know what to do to stay safe. “Many times people think that the ground looks dry, so they step and […]

  • Lenexa non-profit offers women a second chance at life after prison

    LENEXA, Kan. — For women coming out of prison in Kansas, there is a new way to restart your life. GROW, Grace Restores Overcoming Women, opened in Lexena. One of it’s creators, Lorrie Trout, always dreamed of helping women. “It’s not just a house for them to go to. This is a place that we want to restore. Bring restoration, and bring encouragement and show them there is another side to life,” Trout said. She and Bev Banks opened the […]

  • WWII hero remembered as a man who served his country, family and community

    LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — A World War II hero was laid to rest on Jan. 6 in Leavenworth, Kansas. William Thompson was part of the Jedburghs special ops team, and part of the French Resistance. At his funeral, the people who knew him best say – he was simply Bill. “I just, of course, grew up knowing him as dad. And, in fact, we knew as kids that he has been in something called the O.S.S., but we didn’t really know […]

  • E. Coli outbreak from romaine lettuce has some people worried, restaurants halting salad sales

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Salad is supposed to be good for you, but for thousands now, romaine lettuce is just a little scarier. Two people are dead, and nearly 60 others are sick across the United States and Canada after an E. Coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce, according to The Center for Disease Control and Consumer Reports. Unless you’re feeling sick right now, as long as you don’t eat any romaine, you should be fine. “It’s definitely pretty wild,” […]

  • One Good Meal makes sure metro’s elderly and homebound folks don’t go hungry

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — The cold is reaching dangerous, even deadly, levels here in the metro area, and it has organizations taking an extra step to make sure the people they serve are OK. One Good Meal checks on more than 100 elderly and homebound people every day. “This is called the central route, and there’s about fifteen people on it,” said Board President and volunteer Jeff Silver. He does his best to help those who need it. “Some of them […]

  • One minute apart, two KC metro families welcome first baby boy and baby girl of 2018

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was the first day of the year for most people, but for a few in the metro area — it was the first day of their lives! Logan Garcia was born at Truman Medical Center at 12:08 a.m. and Baby Girl Bodine was born at North Kansas City Hospital at 12:09 a.m. “I came in with the impression that I was going to leave in an hour, like about an hour or so, and then […]

  • Kelly’s Westport Inn rings in the New Year with the Irish

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kelly’s Westport Inn is rocking out and getting ready to celebrate their second New Year of the night. The Irish pub not only celebrates America’s new year, but Ireland’s as well. Organizers prepared for tonight by getting ready to serve champagne, and mixed drinks flowing all night long. They say they like to give their patrons the chance to celebrate when the Irish do. “We do a countdown for when it’s midnight in Ireland. So, from 5:30 to 7 […]