Jonathan McCall is dubbed FOX4’s Iron Man.

On the weekends you can find him bright and early sharing the desk with Nicole DiAntonio on FOX4 weekend mornings, and then at night with fellow Houstonian Megan Dillard on weekend evenings.

When he’s not on the desk, he also hits the streets Wednesday and Thursdays to tell your stories.

Before arriving in Kansas City, he covered a number of national stories for stations Charlotte, Baltimore, Tulsa, Las Vegas.

Jonathan also served in the United States Navy. As a certified naval forecaster, he helped to plan and support missions during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2003.

Since the age of 4, Jonathan knew he wanted to be a journalist.

His work has been honored with several awards from the Associated Press, and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Best Newscast, Best News Anchor, and Best Breaking News report.

When not in the newsroom, you can find him with friends and family, out in the community at events, and supporting his hometown Rockets, Astros and Texans, and now the Chiefs and Royals.

You can reach him via email at: jonathan.mccall@fox4kc.com


Recent Articles
  • ‘Water’ in Northland woman’s ear turns out to be brown recluse spider

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A not so itsy, bitsy spider not found on a waterspout. Instead, doctors removed a brown recluse spider from the ear of Susie Torres. “Gross. Why, where, what and how,” she asked. Torres, who despises the creepy, crawly arachnids, said she first noticed some discomfort in her ear Tuesday morning. “I woke up Tuesday hearing a bunch of swooshing and water in my left ear. It was like when you went swimming and you have all […]

  • Eight proposals could bring multi-million dollar revitalization to KC’s urban core

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A plan to pour millions of dollars in to rejuvenate KC’s urban core is now coming to life. On Wednesday, city leaders heard plans that some say are needed for the struggling area. “39th and Prospect is the heartbeat of Kansas City,” said Pat Clarke with the Oak Park Neighborhood Association. Eight projects now on the table could make the pulse of this area even stronger. If they get the green light from the City Council, […]

  • Parents frustrated by lack of answers in search for kids on KC school bus missing for hours

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A group of parents say they’re getting the runaround from Kansas City Public Schools about what happened to their kids. They arrived home four hours later than they were supposed to get off the school bus Monday, leaving their parents frantic. KCPS said a 30-minute delay with high school students messed up the bus schedules district-wide. But some parents aren’t buying that answer. “We called the principal, we called the front desk. We called teachers’ personal […]

  • No arrests made in wild brawl caught on camera at Kansas City QuikTrip

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A large group of car-lovers were caught on video showing no love to each other at a Kansas City QuikTrip over the weekend. Quite the opposite, in fact. Early Saturday morning, a large group started fighting and throwing punches at the gas station. After a brawl in the parking lot, the crowd of dozens swarmed the inside of the store on Front Street. “I see people fighting, and then all of a sudden somebody gets hit with […]

  • Cass County fugitive wanted in violent casino armed robbery arrested in Oklahoma

    CASS COUNTY, Mo. — On the run for nearly a month, a man wanted for a violent armed robbery is now in custody. Police near Tulsa, Oklahoma, arrested Oscar Glover on Tuesday evening. Cass County officials issued a warrant for his arrest after an armed robbery on July 1. According to court records, Glover watched as a man racked up hundreds of dollars in winnings from playing poker at Harrah’s Casino. As the man left, detectives say Glover trailed him […]

  • Human remains located, not identified, in search for missing Wisconsin brothers

    BRAYMER, Mo. — Human remains have been located but not identified at this time in the search for two missing Wisconsin brothers. The remains were located Tuesday at a Braymer, Missouri, farm where where Nick and Justin Diemel were last known to be, Clinton County Sheriff Larry Fish said. On Wednesday, he said officials are waiting for DNA testing to confirm the identities of the remains. He would not comment on the condition the remains were found in. The Diemel […]

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