Be Weather Aware Wednesday evening in Thursday morning

Brian Dulle joined the Fox4 team in September 2018 as a Multi-platform producer.

Brian grew up in Kansas City, Kan., where he graduated high school at Sumner Academy of Arts and Sciences. During his senior year of high school, he earned his Eagle Scout from the Boy Scouts of America, was a member of the International Thespian Society and he wrote and directed his own play.

Brian continued his education at Washburn University in Topeka, where in December 2012 he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Media Writing and Publishing. During his time at Washburn, Brian worked for Washburn Student Media, where he became Online Editor in Chief for the Washburn Review from 2011 to 2012.

Brian previously worked in Topeka at KSNT News where he helped helped the news team win four Kansas Association of Broadcast Awards for Best Website in Medium Market Television.

Brian has a strong passion for journalism, particularly on the digital side, where there is an unlimited opportunity for things to do.

When he isn’t working you can find him watching bald eagles at Wyandotte County Lake, watching a movie, a NASCAR race or college sports (mainly KU, K-State and Florida State,) or spending time with family.


Recent Articles
  • As another winter storm approaches, thousands across the metro could be without power until Thursday

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The American Red Cross shelter in Kansas City will remain open Tuesday as thousands across the metro are now going on their fourth day without power following a winter storm this past weekend. The heavy snow caused hundreds of branches to fall and power lines to snap causing the outages. The winter storm blanketed the city with up to 11 inches of snow. The storm initially left more than 110,000 people without power. Kansas City Power […]

  • Woman dies after being rescued from Olathe pond last week following crash

    OLATHE, Kan. — Olathe police say a 61-year-old woman has died from her injuries after being rescued from a pond following a crash. Police said Helen Riddle died Friday, Jan. 11, at an area hospital. The crash was reporting on the morning of Jan. 10, near College Boulevard and South Lone Elm Road. Police said Riddle was driving an SUV and was traveling east on College Blvd. when she struck a passenger car at South Lone Elm Road, and continued […]

  • 80-year-old man seriously injured after being struck by semi on I-70 near Oak Grove

    OAK GROVE, Mo. — An 80-year-old man was taken to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a semi on Interstate 70. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said the incident took place just before 1 p.m. near Oak Grove. The pedestrian, identified as Donald L. White, of Bates City, Mo., was retrieving lost load from his vehicle in the median when he was struck by the semi while entering the roadway, according to the highway patrol. The 35-year-old driver […]

  • Cerner co-founder and vice chairman retires after 40 years

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Cerner Corporation announced Tuesday that Cliff Illig, company co-founder and vice chairman of the board of directors has retired from Cerner to focus on outside interests. Illig co-founded Cerner in 1979 and has served on the board since 1980. “I am extremely proud of what Cerner associates have accomplished in the past four decades, and am gratified in knowing that Cerner is well-positioned for continued success,” said Illig. IIIig said after working alongside Brent Shafer, the company’s […]

  • KCPD looking for missing 23-year-old man who walked away from mental health center, in need of medication

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Missouri police are attempting to locate a missing 23-year-old man who walked away from a mental health treatment center. Police said Christian Ault left the center located at 29th and Holmes Street in Kansas City at 5 p.m. Sunday. He is in need of medication and medical care, according to police. He is described as standing 6’1″, weighing 360 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a red coat, […]

  • Fire causes $10,000 in damages to Lenexa home

    LENEXA, Kan. — No injuries were reported after an electrical malfunction caused a house to catch fire late Sunday morning in Lenexa. Crews responded to a home near Twilight and W. 77th Street just before noon to investigate a previous appliance fire reported to be extinguished. Occupants inside the resident had evacuated before crews arrived. Crews confirmed electrical power to the home was turned off at the main breaker panel. Electrical utility service power lines to the property remained energized […]

  • KCP&L continuing to add crews to help restore power after winter storm

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Power & Light crews are continuing to work to restore power to thousands of customers across the metro. KCP&L said additional line crews from neighboring utility companies will join in power restoration for KCP&L customers. More than 1,000 utility workers worked Sunday to restore power, according to the company. About 57,000 customers remained without power Sunday evening. KCP&L said crews will work around the clock to continue restoring power to customers at least into […]

  • KCMO Red Cross Shelter to remain open Sunday night for those without power

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The American Red Cross shelter in Kansas City will stay open Sunday night for people who are without power due to the snow storm this weekend. The shelter was also open Saturday. Red Cross said approximately 25 people are expected to stay but more are encouraged to come if they need a warm place to stay as utility crews work to restore power across the metro. The Red Cross said anyone coming to the shelter is […]

  • Shooting leaves 1 person with serious injuries at 45th & Elmwood in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person is reported to have serious injuries following a shooting Saturday evening. Kansas City police said officers responded to a shooting just before 4 p.m. at 45th and Elmwood. One man was reported to have serious injuries. No suspect information has been released at this time. The shooting remains under investigation at this time.

  • I-35 past Antioch back open following injury crash

    MERRIAM, Kan. — Part of Interstate 35 in Merriam is back open following a two-vehicle injury crash. The incident was reported just before 4 p.m. Wednesday on northbound I-35 just past Antioch Road. The crash closed the two left lanes of northbound I-35 for about an hour. The crash involved three vehicles. Kansas Highway Patrol said drivers of all three vehicles were north on I-35 when one vehicle struck another causing that vehicle to strike a third one. At least […]

  • 18-year-old Tonganoxie man identified as victim in KCK deadly shooting at 5th and Freeman

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. Police have now identified the person killed in a shooting in Kansas City, Kansas. Officers responded to the shooting just after 9:30 Monday night at 5th and Freeman Ave. When officers arrived they located two people suffering from gunshot wounds. Officials say Bradley J. Samsel, 18, of Tonganoxie was found dead. A second victim, a woman, who has not been identified, was reported to have life-threatening injuries and was taken to an area hospital in critical condition. […]

  • UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled after missing 83-year-old with dementia found safe

    UPDATE: The 83-year-old was found safe Wednesday night in Missouri. The Silver Alert has been canceled.  Original story: LACYGNE, Kan. — A Silver Alert has been issued for an 83-year-old man last seen in Linn County, Kansas early Wednesday afternoon. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office said John M. Peffer was last seen just after 2 p.m. in rural Lacygne, Kan., driving a 20001 Dodge forest green extended cab pickup with rear utility bed bearing the Missouri license plate 7FA615. He […]