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Sherae Honeycutt is so happy to be a part of the Fox 4 team. Sherae is originally from The San Francisco Bay Area, but has roots in Missouri. She films, edits, and presents her own stories daily. For two years she reported in America’s Heartland at KFVS covering five states, including: Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois, Western Kentucky, as well as, parts of Tennessee and Arkansas. Her focus was on Missouri’s Bootheel.
Major stories she covered are The Perryville Tornado, The Spring Flood of 2017, New Year Flood of 2016, Missouri’s opiod epidemic, The State of Missouri vs. former Sheriff Cory Hutcheson and the death of Tory Sanders in The Mississippi County Jail.
Previously she worked as an assistant producer and assignment editor for KRON4 News in San Francisco. In 2014, she interned with NBC Nightly News & The Today Show in Los Angeles. Through The Today Show, she assisted acclaimed journalist Maria Shriver and her production team with a series of stories.
Sherae graduated from San Francisco State University in 2015 with a BA in Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts. She also obtained a certificate from City College of San Francisco in 2013 for Multimedia Journalism.Through her internships and work she has assisted in coverage of The Napa Earthquake of 2014, The Supreme Court’s decision on Proposition 8, The shooting death of Kate Steinle, Robin William’s death and diagnosis, and California’s historic drought.
When not at work she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her dog. Sherae loves to travel. She’s visited 15 countries – and counting. She will root for the KC Chiefs, but is a loyal SF Giants fan for life. She loves going on adventures, learning, and trying new things.
Don’t forget to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and if you have a story idea be sure to email it to sherae.honeycutt@fox4kc.com.

Recent Articles
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    LIBERTY, Mo. — Police in Liberty are looking for at least two suspects they say are responsible for vandalism on nearly 30 cars overnight. Tires were slashed and side mirrors were broken off, all throughout the Claywoods neighborhood. “I woke with the police knocking on my door, saying that my son’s car had been vandalized,” Claywoods resident Tracy Soto said. “It was kind of frustrating to be honest,” said Terry Hayter, Claywoods resident and HOA board member. “This neighborhood, you […]

  • Poppy illumination at Liberty Memorial gives visitors a unique reflection on WWI

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A field of poppies lit up the World War I Museum on the last night of it’s memorable display as the world pauses to remember the war’s somber anniversary. People of all ages came out to reflect on the millions of lives lost 100 years ago. A sight many said is unlike they’ve ever seen before. “It was just, I don’t even know how you can – just very awestruck. Very amazing,” Molly Scharig of Lone […]

  • Army parachute team flying into Arrowhead Stadium like a Mahomes touchdown pass for Veterans Day

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If you are heading to Arrowhead Sunday, you are in for a show. The United States Army will have some of their best dive out of the sky and onto the field. “Oh, it’s amazing,” Sgt. 1st Class Sean O’Toole said. “It’s the greatest feeling in the world.” Army servicemen are ready to fly in like a Mahomes touchdown pass. “You have anxiety, anticipation, adrenaline,” O’Toole said. It’s a special display for Veterans Day, put on by […]

  • Lee’s Summit mayor feels like ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ with 2018 tree lighting

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Christmas movies are something most of us enjoy every year, but for the mayor of Lee’s Summit, it’s a part of his life every day. He’s a holiday binge watcher of one holiday classic, and says it really is a wonderful life. With this year’s early snowfall it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Lee’s Summit, but for Mayor Bill Baird, it looks like Christmas every day. His office full of memorabilia of the […]

  • Parents raise concerns after 10-year-old Missouri boy attempts to take his own life

    NEVADA, Mo. — A 10-year-old Missouri boy is on life support at Children’s Mercy after he tried to take his own life last Friday. His parents told FOX4’s Sherae Honeycutt he seemed fine when the 4th-grader came home from school, but minutes later, everything changed. “He just couldn’t do it,” said Britany Lewis, Landen Lewis’ mother. “All I wanted to do was save my little boy.” When he came home on Friday, his parents said Landen seemed happy, hugged them, […]

  • Clay County Sheriff’s Department makes arrest in widespread metro storage unit thefts

    LIBERTY, Mo. — A group of people are targeting metro storage units. Investigators made an arrest in the ring, and now they want to find the owners of stolen property. Over eight months, investigators say burglars have pried into storage units to take items of value and sometimes anything they could get their hands on. The thefts took place from January to August 2018 and are tracked back to Clay, Clinton and Ray counties. Photos of the recovered items show […]

  • Family of deported metro woman wait, hope for her return

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eight months later, the family of Leticia Stegall says there is little progress in getting her home. The co-owner of The Blue Line Hockey Bar in KC’s River Market was deported at the end of February outside her family home. Letty’s daughter Jennifer Uscanga says it’s hard to believe it’s almost a year since her mother was deported, and hopes to bring her back before she misses too many milestones. Until then, it’s another business day […]

  • Metro families of murder victims come together, ask for change

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Court isn’t in session on Saturdays, but metro families of murder victims filled the steps of the Jackson County Courthouse. They are asking for change, and hoping people in power will listen. “It hurts. I hurt for every one of these people. I really do,” said David Greenwood who’s son, Justin Graham, was killed in July. “No one should have to bury their child. It`s just not right.” “It’s hard. I mean, every day she’s missed,” […]

  • Lawrence home built by basketball creator James Naismith on the market

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  • Missouri named top travel destination for 2019 by the Wall Street Journal

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Japan, the Maldives, and…. Missouri? The Wall Street Journal listed the Show-Me State as one of the top intriguing travel destinations in 2019. So if you know someone looking to go on vacation, you may want to recommend your own state — or city! “I’m not surprised,” Kansas City resident Kathryn Long-Wilson said. “It makes sense,” Kansas City resident Peter McClellan said. “It makes sense because more and more people ask where I’m from and I […]

  • Metro family aims to give slain daughter new life through domestic violence awareness

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. — Butterflies can be a symbol of new life and resurrection. One metro couple is using them to remember their daughter, and bring awareness to domestic violence. It’s the start of something new for the family of Kiera Cline. “She’s going to shine forever, and we’re going to fight this thing called domestic violence,” Marquita Davis, Cline’s mother, told a room full of supporters at the View Community Center. The 29-year-old was shot and killed in the early […]

  • Metro girls softball team rises up against bullying, stands with Blue Springs girl

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