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  • Recipes: Spring desserts

    Chocolate Pots de Creme: What you need: 7 Large Egg Yolks 20 oz Heavy Whipping Cream 6 oz Ghirardelli Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips 4 oz Granulated Sugar 4 grams Salt Mini Chocolate Chips optional Heavy Whipping Cream Granulated Sugar and Vanilla to make Whipped Cream (optional) Chocolate Sauce optional What you need to do: Fill a pot with water and your Joule and set the temperature to 158 degrees Fahrenheit or 167 degrees Fahrenheit if you want a thicker dessert. Separate egg […]

  • Recipes: Small plates and appetizers to refresh your Spring menu

    Crispy Sous Vide Duck Breast for Asian Steamed Buns: What you need: 2 Duck breast Thyme, optional, as needed Garlic, cloves, optional, as needed salt, as needed Black pepper, as needed What you need to do: Sear the skin side for 2–3 minutes, or until a light golden brown. Then add in herbs, garlic, or the aromatics of your choice. Flip the breast, and sear for another minute or so. Season the bird and bag it up Salt, as needed […]

  • Read FOX4 contest rules

    “Kansas City Royals Opening Day” Sweepstakes with FOX 4 Official Rules: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING. ALL FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY AND TRUTHFULLY. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE ENTRY FORM AND PROVIDE TRUTHFUL AND PERTINENT INFORMATION MAY RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE SWEEPSTAKES. DISQUALIFICATION IS IN THE SOLE DISCRETION OF WDAF. WDAF will conduct the “Kansas City Royals Opening Day” sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) in accordance with these Official Rules (“Rules”). Participation […]

  • Win Kansas City Royals Opening Day Tickets!

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Fans from the KC area have the chance to win tickets to the Kansas City Royals Opening Day!! Every morning from 7-8 AM Sat. March 23rd through Wed. March 27th the FOX4 morning crew will be asking Royals trivia questions live on-air. If you know the answers, enter them as the “Codeword” below. Not seeing the form below? ENTER HERE!

  • Kansas native Nicolle Galyon to kick off 2019 state fair

    HUTCHINSON, Kan. — The Kansas State Fair announced Monday that Kansas native and Nashville songwriter Nicolle Galyon will kick off this year’s state fair in Hutchinson, Kansas. Galyon, who is from Sterling, Kansas, will grace the grandstand stage Sept. 6 to begin the 10-day event. In February, Galyon was honored with a Country Music Association Triple Play Award, which honors songwriters who have achieved three No. 1 hits in a one-year period. Billy Currington  will bring the crowd to their […]

  • Signal Hill: Listen to the full podcast series

    From the airwaves to your earbuds, FOX4 on-air talent talk to guests and break down the latest in Kansas City news. Episode 1: Film critics Shawn Edwards and Russ Simmons Have you heard? Atlanta, Georgia is the new Hollywood. So what does Atlanta have that KC doesn’t? FOX4 Film Critics Russ Simmons and Shawn Edwards chat about what it would take to bring more filmmakers to the metro. Plus, they discuss the movie that revitalized one of Kansas City’s most […]

  • We Hate Potholes and We’re Working for You: WIN NEW TIRES!

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Are you tired of hitting pot holes and popping tires? We sure are! March 25th through April 19th you will have the chance to win tires from Dipman Auto Service in Olathe, KS up to $1,000 value. Every week you have until Friday at 10am to enter. Good luck!! Don’t see the form below? ENTER HERE!

  • First Birthdays: March 23-24

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If you would like to see your little one on the air, submit your photo here. The First Birthday segments sponsored by Dairy Queen will air on your child’s first birthday weekends on the FOX 4 Morning Show from 6-8 a.m. Saturday and 7-9 a.m. Sunday. Photos must be submitted at least one week prior to the child’s birthday. One person will be randomly chosen to receive a Dairy Queen birthday cake for their child’s 1st birthday!

  • Area of St. Joseph under mandatory evacuation due to Flash Flood Warning

    ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Police officers in St. Joseph are going door-to-door on Friday in an area near the Missouri River to alert residents to a mandatory evacuation. The city posted this map on its Facebook page Friday morning: The Red Cross has set up a shelter: Our shelter at: Keys Christian Church 6001 S 9th Street St Joseph, MO is open for all evacuees. Everyone is welcome at a Red Cross shelter free of charge. Shelters are safe, offer […]

  • KC police hope new feature on department’s website will bring in more cold case tips

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There are hundreds of unsolved murder cases in Kansas City. Now, police are taking a new approach in hopes of getting them solved. “The worst part of our job is having to tell the family of a murder victim that we’re not getting anymore leads, and we’re begging for people to come and tell us and they’re not,” said Sgt. Martin Cobbinah with KCPD’s Homicide Unit. It’s a part of the job that KC detectives face […]

  • UPDATE: Missing 53-year-old man with dementia found safe, police say

    UPDATE: Police say Danna has been located and is safe. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police are searching for a missing 53-year-old man with dementia. Police say Frank Danna was last seen around 11:25 a.m. Thursday leaving his home near Indiana and Anderson avenues. He was wearing a black polo shirt with green stripes and blue jeans and driving a gray 2008 Buick Lacross, police say. Anyone who sees Danna or has information that could help police is asked […]

  • Gov. Parson declares state of emergency due to northwest Missouri flooding

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Deteriorating conditions in northwest Missouri led Governor Mike Parson to declare a state of emergency on Thursday. The governor also activated the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan, which allows state agencies to coordinate directly with local jurisdictions. Upstream reservoir releases impacted by heavy rain and snow melt have led to widespread flooding. “The rising floodwaters are affecting more Missouri communities and farms, closing more roads and threatening levees, water treatment plants and other critical infrastructure,” Gov. […]

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