Macradee joined Fox 4 in July 2011 as a reporter. She comes to the Midwest from the Wild West, having grown up in Laramie, Wyoming and becoming a University of Wyoming Cowboy.

After graduating with a degree in Communications and Journalism, Macradee spent five years at KGWN-TV, the CBS affiliate in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

An avid sports fan, Macradee started as a Sports Reporter and soon became the first female Sports Director in the State of Wyoming. One of only 840 members of the media invited to vote for each years Heisman Trophy Winner, Macradee has cast her vote for the past three years.

In 2009 KGWN-TV named her the News Director, making her one of the youngest active News Director’s in the country. While working in Cheyenne, she sat down for an interview with Barack Obama, the first Democratic Presidential Candidate to come through the Cowboy State since JFK.

Outside of work, you can find Macradee on the golf course, cooling off at the pool with a book, spending time with family, or running (trying to keep up) with her two Italian Greyhound rescue dogs, Moses Edwin and Royal Eddison.

Macradee is thrilled to be “back on the streets” talking to people and sharing stories as a Fox 4 Reporter. If you have a story you’d like to share with her, email her at

Recent Articles
  • Mother separated from son fights claims that she exaggerated his medical problems

    KANSAS CITY,  Mo. — A Kansas City teenager at the center of a hospital battle in Chicago will stay in protective custody. That’s the decision a Cook County judge made during a custody hearing in Illinois. On Friday, July 4, 16-year old Isaiah Rider’s mother spoke exclusively with FOX 4 about it all. Michelle Rider has been fighting to regain custody of her son Isaiah since April when Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago got a temporary court order placing Isaiah in […]

  • Lifeguard rescues toddler at Gardner Aquatic Center

    GARDNER, Kan. — Two near drownings have happened in two days here in the metro. On Wednesday a three-year-old girl was found face down and unresponsive in a pool at the Gardner Aquatic Center. Gardner police are crediting an alert and quick acting lifeguard for saving the toddler’s life. Hundreds of kids splashed through the water Wednesday evening at the aquatic center. Walking the edges, a rotation of 28 lifeguards, all patrolling the sights, sounds and movements of those in the […]

  • Store manager says con men stole both peace of mind and money during scheme

    OLATHE, Kan. — It’s a new twist on an old scam. Shortchange thieves have successfully hit Olathe businesses and now police are asking for your help identifying the two men they say are involved. Police say the shortchange scam involves laying down money to pay for an item, then confusing the clerk so you actually get back more than you paid. Six businesses in Olathe including a Subway and Sugar Rush fell victim. The owner of the cupcake store calls […]

  • Dozens of patients hospitalized with fireworks related injuries over weekend

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was a painful weekend Independence Day revelers. Dozens of patients had to be treated by metro emergency rooms following weekend celebrations gone wrong. At the University of Kansas Hospital’s Burnett Burn Unit, the youngest patient treated was a five-year-old who doctors say was struck by gravel after a firework exploded. At Research Medical Center a 32-year-old man is being treated after first responders say the man’s hand was blown off after setting off a half-stick of […]

  • Veteran who got the help he needed now looking to help others

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A local Army veteran who disappeared, and then was found in a local hospital suffering from anxiety and depression, is now hoping to help others. Nearly three months ago Aaron Clary wrote a goodbye note to his fiancé, asking her to take care of the kids. The note explained she was better off without him and the Army veteran left town on a bus with little money and no phone or belongings. Two days later he […]

  • Activists say PCP problem in KC is growing as evidenced by bus incident on Monday

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Another violent incident involving a man high on the drug PCP has prompted community activists to call attention to the problem in the inner-city. Kansas City police arrested a man  on Monday they say was high on the drug, but not before he tried to carjack multiple drivers and aimed a gun at a metro bus. Around 7 p.m., an ATA bus carrying nine people pulled up to 63rd and Prospect. A man carrying a handgun walked up to the doors […]

  • Surveillance images blow up men’s scheme to buy fireworks with fake money

    RIVERSIDE, Mo. – With just days until the nation celebrates its colorful and storied Independence Day, business at metro fireworks stands is lighting up. But counterfeit bills have been spotted, with fake money being used to pay for fireworks. Three men were arrested in Riverside after one stand was hit twice last week with fake bills by the same two men and an accomplice waiting in a car. The men would reportedly come in and buy one or two fireworks, […]

  • In Grandview, father of 4 killed trying to get gun from kids, witnesses say

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. — Police are investigating after a man was shot and later died in Grandview, Mo., Monday night, June 30. According to police, officers responded to the 6300 block of 127th Street in Grandview after several people called to report the sounds of gun shots. Relatives and witnesses say the victim was 41-year-old Greg Moody, and the shooter is a 14-year-old boy now in police custody. Moody’s family is now left without a husband and father. “He would give his […]

  • Supreme Court’s ruling causes deeply divided controversy

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It’s back to the drawing board on contraceptive coverage for the White House following Monday’s Supreme Court ruling. The ruling finds the Affordable Care Act “Contraceptive Mandate” violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Now private companies, like Hobby Lobby, can opt out of providing contraceptive coverage to their employees, under some circumstances. RELATED: Area businesses weigh in on Supreme Court’s decision to side with Hobby Lobby Some, like the founder of Hobby Lobby, are calling Monday’s ruling […]

  • The Kansas City corner that business owners say is a hot spot for violence

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An armed man robbed a clerk at a south-side gas station early Friday morning. It happened at the corner of 107th and Blue Ridge.  According to police, it’s the second time this month a clerk was assaulted — and on Friday shots were fired at witnesses. Employees at neighboring businesses say the corner of 107th and Blue Ridge is nothing but trouble. Surveillance cameras are aimed to catch each angle and every face of those who […]

  • Parking changes coming to Arrowhead next season in more ways than one

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Parking for Kansas City Chiefs games could cost you more money this upcoming season. That’s if you’re paying for parking on game day instead of paying ahead of time. Fans that pay on game day at the tollgates will now pay $30 for each car, which is an increase from last year’s rate of $27. If you’ve been out to Arrowhead Stadium for a Chiefs game, you know how bad traffic can be. The Chiefs are […]

  • Jury finds that KC mom tried to poison twin girls, convicts her of two felonies

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City mother was convicted on Tuesday of trying to poison her twin baby girls with a mixture of rubbing alcohol and milk. The Clay County prosecutor said the crime happened in October two years ago. Prosecutors say 23-year old Gloria Jones mixed rubbing alcohol with milk, giving it to her twin one-year old daughters. According to court documents, Jones told police she was overwhelmed with the twins and thought it would help calm them […]

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