Mary Pulley joined the FOX 4 news team July 2010, as a weekend evening anchor and reporter.

This is a homecoming for Mary in more ways then one. She was raised in Kansas City, Kansas, and was an intern at FOX 4 while in college. Mary, a UMKC graduate, is thrilled to be back in the Kansas City metro area.

Before joining FOX 4, she was a weekend anchor, producer, and reporter at WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
You can catch Mary Pulley on the Anchor Desk with Rob Collins, Saturdays and Sundays at 5pm, 9pm, & 10pm.

In her spare time, Mary enjoys the great outdoors with her husband Randall, and their son Landen.
Mary also serves on the board of directors for the United Way of Wyandotte County.
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Recent Articles
  • Kearney boy’s humble goal to help hurricane victims reaches greater heights

    LIBERTY, Mo. — One week ago he was “Reaching for Excellence,” and now his goal to help hurricane survivors has reached new heights! In a FOX 4 follow up, we caught up with 9-year-old Karson Harris whose simple fundraising goal turned into much more. As you can imagine it`s every kid’s dream to go on a $1,000 shopping spree. Karson did that, but isn`t keeping anything for himself. Karson had a humble goal of $50, but has raised nearly $5,000 […]

  • Staley softball player who excels at game despite hindrance inspires with determination and character

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An inspiring young softball player is impressing folks on and off the field. Her coach says everyone can learn from her determination. What some see might see as a physical hurdle hasn’t at all stopped Staley High School Sophomore Charlie Sheckells. This is her second year playing for Staley’s junior varsity team. Tuesday night, excitement was in the air as the girls prepared for a game. Coach Matt Schweitzer shows pride for each one of his […]

  • KC Police say store employee acted heroically to help co-worker before he was shot by armed robber

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A robbery took a deadly turn in South Kansas City, sparking an outcry for homicides to stop as the number in 2017 reached 110. Monday’s killing happened near Blue Ridge Boulevard and Longview Road. Police call the last thing one man did inside a Boost Mobile store a heroic act. Police cars and crime scene tape are becoming an all too familiar sight at the shopping center where Boost Mobile is housed, according to Jasmine Chapman. “We […]

  • Sudden change of leadership at Olathe middle school sees two administrators depart

    OLATHE, Kan. — FOX 4 is working to learn more about why a principal and assistant principal were suddenly let go at Oregon Trail Middle School in Olathe. On Wednesday, FOX 4 asked the school district for specifics about the two departures, the district only said that it’s  a “personnel matter” which prevents them from saying more. Right now, very little has been released about the departure of principal Dr. Anne Hawks, and assistant principal Steve Skoczek. However, FOX 4 […]

  • Metro man’s truck comes under fire while he was traveling with young son on I-435

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A metro man is frustrated following what appears to be another highway shooting. The shooting happened as the man exited I-435 south, to get onto 350 Highway in southeast Kansas City. Kevin Huntington`s pick-up truck sits damaged in a driveway for now. He`s only had it about a month. “We needed a second vehicle so I could go to school to be a firefighter,” said Huntington. It`s a job Huntington says he always wanted to do, […]

  • KU Marching Jayhawk trumpeter has ‘Rock Chalk’ in his blood

    LAWRENCE, Kan. — As a long-time tradition ends for the University of Kansas, at “Band Day” another is going strong. On Saturday, for the first time in nearly 70-years, high school bands didn`t get to perform at KU’s Memorial Stadium. The change came as one KU freshman made generations of his family very proud. “It puts a chill in your spin every time for any marching band really, but when your son is in it, and it’s your school it’s […]

  • Burns & McDonnell ‘heartbroken’ about committee’s recommendation on KCI terminal

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — “The beauty is Burns and Mac comes in and says the private sector will build this facility for the same public sector price, and we’ll deliver it cheaper and we’ll deliver it faster,” said City Manager Troy Schulte. That was said on May 12, but on Wednesday the “hometown team” that first proposed a privately financed single terminal faced a major set back when the city council committee recommended Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate to build […]

  • Overflow crowd airs grievances at Tonganoxie council meeting after plant announcement surprises residents

    TONGANOXIE, Kan. — People expressed their anger on Tuesday night over a new Tyson plant announced for Tonganoxie. Many say they didn`t know about it, and don`t want it there, and stood in lines for hours waiting to let the city council know how much they oppose the plant. The calm and quiet small town feel of Tonganoxie is why many residents say they picked it as a place to live. “Everyone who knows Tonganoxie knows this is a bedroom […]

  • KC residents concerned spate of shootings are creating inaccurate stigma for their neighborhood

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — “I know there are more nice things happening in our neighborhood than there are negative things,” said Elise Jackson who lives near 71 Highway and Meyer Boulevard. She and other neighbors are reacting after a third highway shooting in less than three weeks hit close to their homes. Since late August, detectives have been busy working three seemingly random shooting. The latest one happened after midnight on Monday, near 71 Highway and Meyer. While neighbors call […]

  • Victims feel vindication from guilty verdicts served to former VA worker Mark Wisner

    LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — A former physician’s assistant was found guilty for sexually assaulting patients at the Leavenworth Veterans Administration hospital. It`s a victory that has been years in the making for victims who say they`ve been forever changed by their ordeal. “These veterans have been through a lot. They’ve been through a lot through their service. They’ve been through a lot coming back to America and then having to deal with this,” said Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson. Several veterans […]

  • Olathe man says HOA is reversing course, placing him in a predicament

    OLATHE, Kan. — An Olathe man says his homeowners association is forcing him to make an unfair decision after backtracking on something they’ve always permitted him to do. It all has to do with a car the man’s sick father-in-law uses, as he potentially prepares for yet another battle with cancer. There are plenty of reason why Stuart Holland says he chose his home in the Avignon Villas community. Mainly, he felt it would be perfect knowing his household was […]

  • ‘One-stop’ shop set up for metro residents still cleaning up following floods

    HARRISONVILLE, Mo. — Help has arrived for dozens of flood victims in the greater Kansas City area. The American Red Cross has set up sort of a “one-stop” shop for them to get the resources they need. It means a lot to people who are now loading keepsakes and expensive household items into dumpsters following back to back flooding. It seems Mother Nature has spared no one. Businesses and homes remain waterlogged following back-to-back downpours this summer. Monday night, folks […]

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