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Stephanie Graflage is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism with an emphasis in Magazine Journalism and a minor of business. While at Mizzou she was a proud member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She also served as a student assistant for the Mizzou Football team. While working for the Mizzou Football team, Stephanie was a part of the team that created GaryPinkel.com and helped increase the Mizzou Football presence on social media.

Stephanie is a St. Louis native who loves sports, especially college football. Her obsession with college football stems from her long time family tradition of attending home Mizzou football games.

She is a lover of Mexican food, Starbucks and chocolate and loves to be outdoors when the weather permits. On a nice day she can most likely be found hanging out near a pool or a lake listening to country music. In her free time, she also enjoys catching up on the latest episode of the Bachelor, Scandal or Nashville.

Most importantly, Stephanie is excited to be in Kansas City and have her family, which includes two older brothers and one younger sister, all in the same place for the first time in 15 years.

Recent Articles
  • The area around the Douglas County courthouse was blocked off as authorities investigated a suspicious package Monday.

    All clear given at Douglas County courthouse, suspicious package contained magazines

    LAWRENCE, Kan. — The area around the Douglas County courthouse was blocked off for four hours Monday as first responders investigated a suspicious package. The closures affected the area around Mass and 11th Street. Olathe’s bomb and arson squad later determined there was no threat and the all clear was given around 11:45 a.m., the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office tweeted. The box contained several magazines. Written on the steps leading up to the box was “DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR” in black writing, […]

  • A man is in serious condition Monday after a shooting in Kansas City, Mo.

    Man in serious condition following shooting near E. 11th and Hardesty

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person is in serious condition following a shooting in Kansas City, Mo., Monday. Police were dispatched at 11:39 a.m. to the area of East 11th Street and Hardesty Avenue. Responding officers located a man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.  That man was transported to a local hospital in serious condition. Police have not yet released what led up to the shooting.

  • Kansas City police tell FOX 4 that construction crews found an explosive Friday morning.

    KC construction crew finds explosive

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police tell FOX 4 that construction crews found an explosive Friday morning. According to police, the explosive was found around 9:45 a.m. near East 64th Street and Proctor Avenue. FOX 4 has a crew on the scene and will be adding new information as it becomes available.  

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    KC police searching for missing 63-year-old woman

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police say they are searching for a missing 63-year-old woman Monday, who hasn’t been seen since Friday, Jan. 13. Inous Revels is described ad 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighs approximately 85 pounds. Revels was last seen Friday near 51st and Woodland in the afternoon. She was wearing a red and black Chiefs coat and blue jeans. Police say Revels has health issues, and her family is concerned for her welfare. She suffered a […]

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    Grandview High School student in custody after recent threat posted to social media

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. — A Grandview High School student is in custody Thursday in connection to a recent threat that was posted to social media, Grandview police say. “The threat was determined to be a hoax and there is no credible threat to the High School, Staff or Students at this time,” Captain Richard Rodger said in a statement. “The suspect has been taken into custody and turned over to juvenile authorities for possible charges.” Grandview High School is expected to have an […]

  • Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

    KCK police on the scene of a suspicious death near 14th and Osage

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Kansas City police are investigating a suspicious death Wednesday morning. Police were dispatched at 3:44 a.m. to the area near 14th Street and Osage Avenue after neighbors reported finding a body. Responding officers found a man outside bleeding from his head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death was not apparent and is pending an autopsy. Spokesperson for the KCK Police Department Cameron Morgan says the victim is a male in his 30s. Police say they […]

  • A KCFD fire truck caught on fire Tuesday as a crew was headed out on a call.

    KC fire truck catches on fire as crew responds to call

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City fire truck caught on fire Tuesday morning. Fire officials say they were heading to a call when smoke started to fill the cab. The driver pulled over in front of Ruskin High School, and the crew put out the fire. Firefighters believe something electrical in the backseat area caused the fire.

  • Suspicious death investigation underway in Kansas City, Mo., Monday, Jan. 16.

    Police identify 59-year-old man found dead near Admiral and Tracy

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police are on the scene of a homicide investigation Monday. Police say they received a call from an apartment manager near Admiral Boulevard and Tracy Avenue who found the body in the parking lot around 8:30 a.m. Responding crews pronounced the man, 59-year-old Juan Marin, dead at the scene. Officers were waiting on the medical examiner to confirm the victim’s cause of death. Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPS hotline 816-474-TIPS.  

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    Chiefs-Steelers game moving to Sunday night due to ice

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. –Due to safety concerns in Kansas City’s icy forecast, the NFL announced it is moving Sunday’s Steelers-Chiefs Divisional Playoff game to 7:20 p.m. The game was originally set to start at 12:05 p.m. In its announcement, the NFL said the ‘start time will provide local authorities more time to clear roads in the area as the weather is expected to improve throughout Sunday.’ Former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and current NFL analyst Trent Green was among the […]

  • KANSAS CITY, MO - AUGUST 18:  Eric Hosmer #35 of the Kansas City Royals celebrates after scoring against the Minnesota Twins at Kauffman Stadium on August 18, 2016 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

    Eric Hosmer and Royals agree to one-year deal

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals and first baseman Eric Hosmer have agreed to terms on a one-year deal to avoid arbitration. According to MLB reporter Jeffrey Flanagan, the deal was for $12.25 million. Hosmer, 27, set career highs in 2016 with 25 home runs and 104 RBI and was named the All-Star Game MVP. Source: #Royals, Hosmer agree on one-year deal at $12.25M — Jeffrey Flanagan (@FlannyMLB) January 13, 2017 Read more FOX r4

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    Melissa Etheridge writes love song for Alex Smith and it’s awesome

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Even after years of success, singer and songwriter Melissa Etheridge hasn’t forgotten her Kansas roots. During a visit to the NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” Friday, the Leavenworth native talked about her love for the Kansas City Chiefs and her infatuation for one player in particular. “This is called, ‘Alex Smith, I Love You,'” Etheridge said as she grabbed her guitar to debut her new song. In September, Etheridge tweeted that Smith is the only man she’d […]

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    Mo. representative says those with CCW permit not allowed to bring gun into Capitol may borrow his

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A Missouri state representative said on Wednesday that anyone who is not allowed to bring a firearm into the Capitol  may stop by his office and borrow one during their visit. Representative Nick Marshall said in a post to Facebook, just one day after metal detectors became operational at the Missouri Capitol, that his offer would become effective immediately. On Tuesday Marshall, who is from Parkville, posted an image to Facebook of a man entering the […]