Carey Wickersham reports for the weekend morning show. She loves to bring you stories that make you smile. Her favorite interviews are with children. Carey grew up in Kansas City, and she calls her weekend morning gig her “dream job.”
She began her career as a reporter and anchor in Rapid City, South Dakota. On her journey home to Kansas City, Carey also worked as an anchor and reporter at stations in Arizona and Idaho.
Carey loves to spend time with family, teach water fitness, ride bikes, read and tell stories that make a difference, especially if they involve children.
Carey is a Kansas City native. Her father Dave Wickersham was a major league baseball player. He pitched for the Kansas City Royals in 1969.
Along with her weekend reporting duties, Carey is the author of the book, The Wonder Within You, celebrating your baby’s journey from conception to birth. To see a trailer of the book and much more, visit her website at

Recent Articles
  • Kansas City pays tribute to K9 veterans

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Veterans Day is always in November, but on March 13, the country honors all dogs who have served in American wars with K9 Veterans Day. The National World War One Museum paid tribute to military and police dogs by flying some special flags along their entryway. Hundreds of flags flapped in the wind in front of the museum, but instead of the traditional red, white and blue, these flags where in the colors that dogs distinguish […]

  • 630 climb Kansas City’s tallest building to raise $175K to fight lung disease

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — More than 230,000 American’s were diagnosed with lung cancer last year. The disease kills more than any other cancer. On Sunday, 630 people climbed the tallest building in Kansas City for the American Lung Association in Kansas & Greater Kansas City’s Fight For Air Climb at One Kansas City Place. The climb is so important to so many. Each name on the wall at the entrance to the stairwell is an anthem. Climbers are often fighting […]

  • Iconic Kansas City businesses roll out red carpet for Valentines Day

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At iconic Kansas City businesses like Hallmark and Russell Stover, Valentine’s Day cards and chocolates are huge. In fact, for both businesses, its their second largest holiday, and they go all out. Chocolate Strawberries by the dozens fly out the doors at metro Russell Stover stores. “Throughout the week of Valentines Day we dip nearly 30 thousand berries at our KC stores. The strawberries are best when enjoyed within 24 hours of dipping, so we dip them […]

  • Former Royals groundskeeper has unique Super Bowl connection

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — George Toma, the legendary, former groundskeeper for the Kansas City Royals, is in Atlanta for the Super Bowl on Sunday. In fact, he’s been there for several weeks getting the field in ship-shape. Toma has acted as head groundskeeper for every single Super Bowl. He was there for the Chiefs win in 1970, and he was hoping to paint the end zone red and gold for his favorite NFL team again this year. Toma turned 90-years-old Saturday. FOX4 […]

  • Hundreds celebrate Chinese culture in honor of the upcoming year of the pig

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Hundreds of people experienced the traditions and culture of China Sunday in honor of the upcoming year of the pig. Dancers from Lily Zhang Li Taylor Dance Studio took to the stage at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. They performed traditional fan and sword dances for the crowd. Many of the girls were born in China and adopted by U.S. families who are trying help them stay connected to their culture. The girls got up early […]

  • New players learning the Royals way

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Royals pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training on February 12 and FanFest prepared Royals fans to get excited about the season. This week, the team’s 2018 draft choices are going through rigorous orientation. Assistant General Manager JJ Picollo is a huge part of training minor league players in the Royal way. Shortly after Dayton Moore came to the Royals he called Picollo, who was working for the Braves organization and he asked him […]

  • Chiefs fans have fun with sculptures in the snow

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — While the weather outside was frightful, the snow this weekend was perfect for packing. Combine that with the biggest Kansas City Chiefs win in 25 years and some creative fans, you might have seen more than a few Patrick Ma “snow” mes sculptures around the metro. Not to mention the giant arrowheads. Watch the video above to see some pretty good Chiefs magic mixed in with Kansas City’s snow and ice that FOX4’s Carey Wickersham found. […]

  • Program at metro fitness center succeeding in helping people reach goals

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Millions of Americans make a resolution every January to get in shape and lose some weight. Most of them fail. But there is a program at the Southwest Boulevard Family Fitness Center where folks are succeeding. Its called “Big Changes”, and its having a huge impact on people’s bodies and their lives. Natalie Lee graduated from the program a year ago. “I remember when she said the first time. ‘Just get a little inch off the […]

  • Getting millions of packages delivered before Christmas

    BELTON, Mo. — In the next few days, the Post Office will deliver millions of packages in an effort to get them to your doorstep before Christmas. Every year the Post Office breaks its own record for number of packages delivered. Mark Inglett, the Belton Post Master said the volume has more than doubled or tripled in the last month, but they are ready for it. “A lot of online retailers have increased what they are doing, and we are […]

  • Metro man with brain injury talks recovery and special friendship with Chiefs player

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs laced up their kicks for charity in Sunday’s game against the Ravens. For “My Cause, My Cleats” day more than 800 NFL players, including 18 from the Chiefs showcased some fancy footwork for their favorite causes. Chiefs Center Mitch Morse wore cleats for the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City, and that is special to James McGinnis and his family. James was injured playing football for Olathe East in 2014. […]

  • Bonner Springs baseball players don’t let age stop them in Sandlot-style league

    BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. — Baseball legend Satchel Paige once said, “How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?” He retired from the Kansas City A’s at the ripe old age of 59. There’s a Sandlot-style baseball league in Bonner Springs whose players live by Satchel’s words. A place where athletes are doing their best to forget about their age and their injuries. Sunday morning’s game pitted Max’s Team against Mike’s Team. Players show up early […]

  • Hundreds gather to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer in KCK

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — One in 9 American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer sometime in their lives.  In our country alone, someone dies of prostate cancer every 18 minutes.  But there are nearly 3 million survivors in the USA and if you catch it early, the disease is very treatable. Hundreds of men and their friends and family gathered Sunday morning at the ZERO The End of Prostate Cancer Run/Walk at Children’s Mercy Park.   In ten years, the organization […]

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