Stephanie Graflage is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism with an emphasis in Magazine Journalism and a minor of business. While at Mizzou she was a proud member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She also served as a student assistant for the Mizzou Football team. While working for the Mizzou Football team, Stephanie was a part of the team that created GaryPinkel.com and helped increase the Mizzou Football presence on social media.
Stephanie is a St. Louis native who loves sports, especially college football. Her obsession with college football stems from her long time family tradition of attending home Mizzou football games.
She is a lover of Mexican food, Starbucks and chocolate and loves to be outdoors when the weather permits. On a nice day she can most likely be found hanging out near a pool or a lake listening to country music. In her free time, she also enjoys catching up on the latest episode of the Bachelor, Scandal or Nashville.
Most importantly, Stephanie is excited to be in Kansas City and have her family, which includes two older brothers and one younger sister, all in the same place for the first time in 15 years.


Recent Articles
  • Ivanka Trump hosts round table discussion on child care at Metropolitan Community College

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump and United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar visited Kansas City on  Thursday. The two hosted a round table discussion on childcare at Metropolitan Community College’s Midtown location. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt and Assistant Secretary at HHS’s Administration for Children and Families Lynn Johnson were all present at the discussion. This is one of 10 round tables Trump’s administration is doing around the […]

  • Chiefs coordinators on how they’ve been preparing team to take on Texans

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are just a few days away from hosting the Houston Texans at home Sunday. Kickoff is scheduled for noon. The team is coming off of the first loss of the season against the Indianapolis Colts. Chiefs coordinators spoke with reporters on how they’ve been preparing. You can replay that news conference in the video player above. The Chiefs could get star wide receiver Tyreek Hill back for Sunday’s game against Houston, and quarterback […]

  • KC Mega Match: Multiple local shelters offering $25 pet adoptions all weekend

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Multiple local animal shelters will join forces this weekend in an effort to find more than 500 pets forever homes. Kansas City Pet Project, Great Plains SPCA, Lawrence Humane Society and Midwest Animal Rescue will all offer $25 pet adoptions starting Friday, Oct. 11 and honor the offer through Sunday, Oct. 13. Click or tap here to meet the pets available for adoption. Hours of operation: Great Plains SPCA, KC Pet Project, Midwest Animal Rescue Friday, […]

  • Update: Little boy found near 93rd and Bales reunited with parents

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police confirmed that the little boy found wandering Thursday morning has been reunited with his parents. Police said they found the boy, who appears to be about one year old, near 93rd and Bales just before 8:30 a.m. Officials did not release any further details. UPDATE:The parents have been located and are in touch with Detectives at this time,Investigation into what led to the juvenile being found unattended is underway at this time. Thanks […]

  • Semitrailer carrying cattle overturns at I-29 and 635 interchange, leads to more crashes

    RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Northbound I-29 is shut down at southbound 635 after a semitrailer carrying cattle overturned. The incident happened around 1 a.m. Police said the driver was heading north on I-29 into the 635 interchange when the crash happened. Officials said nearly 40 head of cattle broke free into the southbound lanes when the semitrailer crashed. Most of the head of cattle have been captured, but officers on the scene said they were calling in backup to capture the ones […]

  • UPDATE: Police identify victim shot, killed near East 25th and Hardesty in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person is dead following a shooting Wednesday morning. According to officials on the scene, around 4:40 a.m. a man knocked on a door of a home near East 25th and Hardesty Avenue and woke up a family. The family noticed the man, who was asking for help, had been shot. A Kansas City police officer happened to be driving along Hardesty, and a family member waived down the officer. The officer tried to save the […]

  • Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes on how team is bouncing back from loss, preparing for Texans

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are just a few days away from hosting the Houston Texans at home Sunday. Kickoff is scheduled for noon. The team is coming off of the first loss of the season against the Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Andy Reid, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce spoke  with reporters on how they’ve been preparing. You can replay that news conference in the video player above. This past Sunday the Colts (3-2) […]

  • Downtown standoff near 7th and May is over

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A standoff that lasted for hours Wednesday morning in downtown with a man who said he wanted to harm himself and possibly harm other people is over. Police responded to a condo building near 7th and May before 7 a.m. after family called to report that their relative was very upset and possibly armed. At one point, police asked everyone to clear the building and the area for “tactile reasons.” Multiple first responders were on the […]

  • Leavenworth County officials searching for two suspects who took off running after traffic stop

    TONGANOXIE, Kan. — Tonganoxie school district issued a statement on Facebook Wednesday morning that they are on perimeter lockdown as a precaution as authorities search for two suspects who took off running after a traffic stop north of town. “Perimeter lockdown means that our school doors are locked, as they are always during the school day,” the district said. School officials said they will also keep students in the building as a precaution and have Tonganoxie officers present at the […]

  • Nelson-Atkins Museum nine-hole mini golf course only open for 1 more week

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — You only have one more week to get in a round of miniature golf at Nelson-Atkins Museum. The nine-hole mini golf course opened at the end of May on the lawn next to the shuttlecocks. Each hole was inspired by a work of art. Tee times are available every 10 minutes. You can purchase your tickets in advance to ensure that tee times are available. Adults are $14. Members get in for just $11. Kids from […]

  • KC police say 22-year-old woman missing for a week found safe

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police say they have located a 22-year-old woman who hadn’t been seen in a week. Stejona J. Bowden was reported missing after she was last seen between 8:30 and 9 p.m. October 1 near East 23rd Street and Monroe Avenue, which is just off of I-70. KCPD reported Monday that Bowden has been located and is safe.

  • Luke Bryan cancels Louisburg Farm Tour show

    LOUISBURG, Kan. — The city of Louisburg confirmed that country singer Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour show scheduled for Thursday has been officially canceled. The concert was set to take place on a farm near 255th Street and Pflumm Rd.  Cole Swindell, Mitchell Tenpenny, Peach Pickers and DJ Rock were all scheduled to perform. According to the city, officials looked into alternative locations, but “it was determined that they were also too wet to have the concert.” Bryan plans to reschedule […]

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