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
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