Troy Diggs is a news manager and producer for FOX4 News.

Troy wanted to work in television at the age of 4, when he would sit at a drawing table with a clip-on tie and jacket and pretend to be a television anchor. Eventually, he went to Arkansas State University, and became an overnight producer at his hometown television station, Jonesboro’s KAIT.

In 2001, Troy moved to Wichita, Kan. – despite never having been there before the job interview. He spent three years as a producer for “Good Morning Kansas” at KAKE-TV, was nominated twice for Emmy awards, and never got used to calling it the “Ar-Kansas River”.

Troy spent about seven years working at another Kansas City television station before moving to FOX4 in 2011. Troy hit the highway to FOX4’s Seattle sister station, KCPQ, in December of 2013 to take up a new adventure. Despite Seattle’s great seafood and scenery, he couldn’t resist the opportunity to come back to Kansas City, and moved back in the summer of 2015. In his time in Kansas City, Troy has been awarded two regional Emmy awards for his broadcasts.

In his spare time, Troy is an aspiring photographer (you can see his work at, regularly runs 5k races throughout the Metro, and appears in the front row of the Cauldron for Sporting Kansas City matches. You can also catch him at various venues around town hosting pub quiz trivia events. With what little spare time he has left over after all that, he enjoys sleep.

Recent Articles
  • KCPD patrol car T-boned in overnight crash

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City police officer is recovering after an overnight crash. Investigators say the officer was driving near 23rd and Van Brunt early Sunday morning when another car T-boned the officer’s cruiser.   The cruiser then flipped over. Two women involved in the crash were checked out for injuries but should recover.  The injured officer had to be pulled from the cruiser by a second police officer and was checked out at the hospital for minor injuries.

  • FOX4 FLASHBACK: Remembering the “October Surprise” of 1996

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Even though the Kansas City metro was preparing for a smattering of snow on Sunday, it’s nothing compared to the “October Surprise” we saw in 1996.  Take a look at these stories in this FOX4 Flashback.

  • KC United Against Crime event locations

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.  — Each of the six KCPD patrol divisions will be hosting community crime prevention events from 12 PM to 4 PM on Saturday, October 6, 2018. Each event will feature food, games and a chance to get to know the officers who serve your area. Please note: due to rainy weather, some locations may have changed.  It’s best that you call ahead if you have questions about an event in your neighborhood. Central Patrol Division: Macedonia Baptist Church […]

  • Passenger injured in DUI-related speeding crash

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — An SUV passenger is in the hospital after a weekend crash. Police Chief Terry Ziegler says the crash happened during the overnight hours between Saturday night and Sunday morning. A GMC Yukon driver was reported doing more than 100mph on Leavenworth Road. Shortly afterwards, a crash was reported at 59th & Leavenworth Road. Chief Ziegler says the driver of the Yukon ran away from the crash but was later arrested in the area. The passenger was […]

  • Chefs compete to win squirrel cookoff

    BENTON COUNTY, Ark.  — Chefs from all over the nation made a trip to Arkansas to battle it out and cook their version of the best squirrel dish in the 2018 World Champion Squirrel Cookoff. A panel of judges tasted some interesting dishes including an Asian squirrel dish, squirrel tacos, and even a bloody squirrel — a rendition of a Bloody Mary drink. But at the end of the day only one team could be named champions in this year’s world […]

  • KCMO Mayor James asks Gov. Parson for help with Pre-K funding

    ST. LOUIS – Missouri Governor Mike Parson spent Friday in St. Louis along with Kansas City Mayor Sly James and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson to tour several locations that highlight programs aimed at growing the state’s workforce to build the economy. “It is absolutely about building a workforce, we’ve been told that over and over and we have to do it in multiple ways,” Krewson said. Some of their stops included an address to the St. Louis Board of […]

  • Women who inspired “A League of Their Own” reunite in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — “A League of Their Own” brought the history of women’s professional baseball to the big screen, and this weekend, members of those teams are meeting their fans. The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League is holding their 75th anniversary reunion in Kansas City this weekend.    The reunion includes a trip to the National World War One Memorial and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Saturday afternoon, fans will get a chance to meet the players at a […]

  • Overnight police chase crosses state lines, ends in crash

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. and OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Suspects in an Sunday morning shooting in Grandview, Mo. were arrested after a chase that crossed over into Overland Park, Kan. At around 2:00a.m., Grandview officers reported finding a victim shot at the IHOP restaurant near I-49/US-71 and Blue Ridge Blvd.   Police saw a vehicle speed away from the scene and pursued the driver.  Grandview officers followed the car to I-435 and Metcalf Ave. in Overland Park, Kan.  From there, they reported that […]

  • FOX4 Flashback: John McCain visits KC during 2008 campaign

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In 2008, Sen. John McCain and Sarah Palin visited John Knox Village as part of his presidential campaign.  Above, you can see our report as supporters prepared for the visit.

  • Local pumpkin patch and corn maze hiring dozens

    LIBERTY, Mo.  — Fall is coming soon, and a local pumpkin patch is putting out the “help wanted” sign. Carolyn’s Country Cousins and the Liberty Corn Maze are hiring about 100 people for the fall season, from September 15 – October 31. The businesses will be hiring during a job fair on Friday, August 17 (4:00pm – 6:00pm) and Monday, August 20th (4:00pm – 7:00pm). The patch is located here, and you can find an application here.  Applicants will have […]

  • Chiefs training camp: Sunday update

    ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up another day of training camp Sunday in St. Joe.  Click above to watch the morning’s news conference.

  • Manhunt underway in New Orleans triple homicide

    NEW ORLEANS, La. — A manhunt is underway for two suspects accused of killing three people and injuring seven others in New Orleans, the city’s police chief said. The suspects, who police say were wearing hoodies, fired a long rifle and a handgun Saturday night into a crowd outside a business three miles from the French Quarter. Police Chief Michael Harrison said the suspects approached the victims from behind and fired multiple rounds “indiscriminately.” “This is an extremely tragic incident,” […]