Terra Hall joined the FOX 4 News team as a reporter in September 2010. Her favorite part about working at WDAF is interacting with different people and new ideas everyday.

Terra comes to FOX 4 from the CBS affiliate in Lincoln, Nebraska. While in the Cornhusker state, Terra covered day-to-day news and interviewed a variety of national names, including comedian, ” Larry the Cable Guy” and White House senior adviser David Axelrod.

Prior to moving to the Midwest, Terra worked as an associate producer at CNN in New York City. While in the Big Apple, she earned her Master of Science from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She also has Bachelor of Arts degrees in Journalism and International Affairs, along with a minor in Spanish. She earned these degrees from the University of South Florida in her hometown of sunny Tampa, Florida.

Terra’s number one passion is traveling. Whether it’s the beaches of North Africa, the ancient cities of Europe, the rain forests of South America or the beauty Kansas City has to offer, Terra loves to experience new places and cultures. So, reach out and say hello!

Recent Articles
  • Fighting for Feral Cats in Kansas

    MERRIAM, Kan. — A Merriam, Kansas-based shelter plans to bait, trap and sterilize 2,400 cats during a two-year period. FOX 4’s Terra Hall shows how a $100,000 Pet Smart grant could help save the lives of feral cats.

  • Get Your Grass Greener on Every Side

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The grass is always greener on the other side; unless you live in a drought stricken region

  • Group Helps Joplin Go Green With Flowering Trees

    LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- A Lee's Summit groups helps Joplin return to its pre-tornado glory, one tree at a time.

  • Lee’s Summit Launches Branding Campaign

    LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- While it is going to cost a quarter of a million dollars up front, a new campaign could pay off in the long run.

  • Local Man Inspires Hollywood Movie

    LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. --One local man will see his life on the big screen with a new film.

  • Drought Is ‘Bittersweet’ for Area Winery

    EUDORA, Kan. -- In a throwback to the I Love Lucy past, a group of locals kicked off their shoes and rolled up their pants to help turn grapes into something new.

  • Five-Year-Old’s Death Inspires Traffic Safety Precautions

    EUDORA, Kan. - It’s taken nearly a year of lobbying, but the Kansas Department of Transportation is set to be begin installing cable guards along K-10 east of Lawrence.

  • Oak Grove Lifts Boil Order

    OAK GROVE, Mo. — 8/13 Update: Oak Grove boil order has been lifted. The drought and heat are causing more problems for Oak Grove residents as the city deals with its eighth water main break in the past month and 18 in 2012. Bob Rymer says there is nothing like an ice-cold glass of water on a hot day. Saturday’s thirst quencher required a little extra effort on Rymer’s behalf. “It’s getting kind of old,” Rymer said. “You can’t use […]

  • Community Gathers at Sikh Temple to Remember Wisconsin Shooting Victims

    SHAWNEE, Kan. — Members of the Kansas City-area Sikh community gathered in Shawnee on Friday night to remember the victims of last Sunday’s mass shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple. Six people were killed in the shooting at the suburban Milwaukee temple. Police say that the suspected shooter, Wade Michael Page, was shot in the stomach by authorities before he took his own life. At the Sikh Gurudwara temple in Shawnee, Sikhs and people of other faiths gathered for a […]

  • Man Charged in 2001 Rape of Overland Park Child

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A 46-year-old Kansas man faces charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a child 11 years ago. Gabino Vidal, Jr., faces aggravated felony sex with a child under the age of 14 and aggravated felony sodomy with a child under the age of 14 charges in connection to the alleged attacks on a then-12-year-old female family member in Overland Park between April 1 and May 18th of 2001. Authorities say that the delay in charges stem from the […]

  • Teens Arrested After Joy Ride

    KANSAS CITY, MO. — A cross-country joy ride came to an end after the drivers of a stolen car ran out of gas. The 13-year-old drivers started in Columbus, Ohio. FOX 4 talked to Megan Roth, a pro bono juvenile attorney for Shook, Hardy and Bacon on Monday. She’s not representing Cole Francis Johnson or Raheem Harris. She says the case of runaways getting into trouble is not rare. While their in-experience likely got them into the situation, their age […]

  • Drought Could Drive Up Food Prices

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The current drought could affect the future of food prices.

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