After calling Tulsa, OK home as a Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter for over 6 years, Harold is proud to enjoy everything that Kansas City has to offer. Originally from Nashville, Harold’s had the great fortune of being around Big 12 country covering the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys, along with Tulsa and Oral Roberts, and looks forward to a seamless transition to all the teams in the KC area.

Harold’s no stranger to covering big events. During his time in Tulsa, he covered a Final Four, along with multiple NCAA Basketball tournaments, NBA Playoff runs with the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was the 1st to interview Thunder draft pick and Tulsa native Terrance Ferguson on NBA draft night. For football, he’s covered bowl games, big games in the Big 12 and AAC and has gone down to cover the Dallas Cowboys (one of those games was against the Kansas City Chiefs!). In addition, before Tulsa, Harold was in Hagerstown, MD where he covered multiple games for the Redskins and Ravens along with tracking the pro careers of both Bryce Harper and Manny Machado from Single A ball to the major leagues with the Nationals and Orioles. His favorite thing to find are stories that relate to both sports and non-sports fans, such as stories on re-emergence of the popular Native American sport of Stickball and interviewing the 2 of the 1st black men to integrate High School Football in Oklahoma.

Harold is active in the community, volunteering his time with the Rotary Club, Special Olympics and Wayman Tisdale Foundation and hopes to do the same in the Kansas City area. He was named Tulsa’s best Sports Anchor in 2018 by the Tulsa Press Club. In spare time, Harold likes to Golf, watch movies and hang out with his lovely wife, Marcia. He’s always looking out for story ideas so please e-mail him or follow him on Instagram and Twitter at @haroldrkuntz3.

Recent Articles
  • Thousands gather at Power & Light to watch US Women’s team win fourth World Cup title

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City is ranked #2 when it comes to viewership for the Womens World Cup and at the Power and Light District it has been a great scene for all the watch parties, with the largest one Sunday morning. Most fans sporting their Red White and Blue supporting the USA as they defeated Netherlands 2-0 to win their fourth World Cup and second in a row. Of course the crowd had to sweat it out. The […]

  • Lee’s Summit North’s Josh Caldwell back home playing for the Chiefs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After a couple tries, Lee’s Summit North’s Josh Caldwell is back home playing for his hometown team. But this time the former Northwest Missouri running back will be heading to a training camp after a local day and two mini camp tryouts. Caldwell said he would be honored to play on any of the 32 teams. But for it to be his hometown team that gave him a shot, its been a blessing. “It was just my […]

  • KC native and current Clippers guard Landry Shamet back in town to host camp for kids

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Park Hill High School and current Los Angeles Clippers guard Landry Shamet will host a camp for kids this summer. His camp in Kansas City will be July 22-23 at Park Hill High School. You can sign up for the came by clicking here. FOX4’s Harold Kuntz caught up with Shamet to discuss what the camp means to him, to give back to kids in Park Hill, growing up in a single parent household, working […]

  • Olathe NW grad, Sacramento Kings’ Cauley-Stein comes home for youth basketball camp

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Willie Cauley-Stein, a former Olathe Northwest standout and current Sacramento King, was back in town this week to host a two-day basketball camp for around 30 metro middle- and high-schoolers. He said he was happy to give back to those in the area. “To do it with time and with people back home, it’s been a blessing. It’s cool to kind of walk around and get a good feel of the area. Even going back to […]

  • Bishop Miege, Mizzou star Shane Ray returns to KC for annual youth football camp

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Bishop Miege and Mizzou linebacker Shane Ray is back in town for his third-annual Youth Football Camp. This year the current Baltimore Raven will host the camp at Central High School on Saturday, and other NFL stars will be joining him for the one-day camp. “It’s always great to be back home, and to come back home and do something like this, it’s always a big deal,” Ray said. He said it’s good to give […]

  • Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes named Sportsman of the Year at KC Sports Banquet

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was among the award winners Thursday night at the annual KC Sports Banquet put on by the Kansas City Sports Commission. Mahomes won the Kansas City Marriott Downtown Sportsman of the Year. The 2018 NFL MVP recently launched the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, dedicated to improving the lives of children. He said he was honored to win the award. “It’s been awesome. The city of Kansas City, getting engulfed in the […]

  • Kansas City Royals select high school star Bobby Witt Jr. with No. 2 pick in MLB Draft

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals have selected Bobby Witt Jr. in the first round of the MLB Draft on Monday night. The Colleyville (Texas) Heritage High School shortstop is projected as a 5-tool shortstop and seen as one of the best shortstop draft picks since Alex Rodriguez. The right-handed hitter will turn 19 on June 14. Witt comes from a good pedigree. His father, Bobby Witt Sr., was selected third in the 1985 MLB Draft and pitched […]

  • Pembroke Hill senior preparing for Tennis state tournament months after hiking accident

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Pembroke Hill Senior Nathan Turtedove recently got the Vilas Award for a scholarship to St. Lawrence University and is preparing for the state tournament this week. Nathan may not have seen all those accomplishments come to fruition after a morning hike with the family back in March while visiting family in South Africa. “As I stepped down on that rock, it’s as if I stepped on ice If that rock wasn’t there I would have fell down […]

  • After fight with cancer, UMKC golfer returns to compete on the course

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Overcoming the elements and the golf course Sunday was certainly a challenge for the players. But how about overcoming cancer? UMKC golfer Sam Humphreys can laugh now, but last summer was no laughing matter. “Me and my dad were on the range hitting some balls and we’re about done,” Humphreys said. “I stepped on the face of the 9 iron and it hit me in a bad spot.” The pain he experienced was much more than […]

  • Two young drivers ready to race in truck series this weekend at Kansas Speedway

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Truck racing wasn’t the dream as kids. “I wanted to become a professional bull rider, but my mom wasn’t having a son for a cowboy,” 18-year-old Tyler Ankrum said. “My dad owned a snowmobile racetrack,” 21-year-old Natalie Decker said. “I didn’t do much snowmobile racing, but I grew up around it, and that’s what got me into racing.” But as two truck drivers in the upcoming Digital Ally 250 at Kansas Speedway, the two DGR-Crosley teammates […]

  • A familiar face, Benny Feilhaber back with Sporting KC in trade with Rapids

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Things in Colorado didn’t work out the way he had hoped, so it’s new start for an old, popular face in KCK. “I never got to see this place, so it was kind of exciting to come here today,” Benny Feilhaber said. Wednesday morning, Sporting Kansas City welcome back a familiar face to the training pitch. The team acquired the veteran midfielder from the Colorado Rapids for 22-year-old defender Abdul Rwatubyaye and an undisclosed draft pick. […]

  • ‘I’m blessed to be here’: Chiefs RB Darwin Thompson has big plans on and off the field

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs Running Back Darwin Thompson is shorter than most players, but he says it helps him. “I don’t have much to tackle and I make a lot of people miss.” He has an interesting back story. “Being from Oklahoma, I mean in general, being from Oklahoma people think we ride horses on the street. Overlooked, underrated, I’m blessed to be here. It’s the perfect situation,” Thompson said. “I don’t do it so much for […]

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