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  • Al Wallace

    Al Wallace
    Al Wallace joined FOX 4's sports department in May 1985, and just celebrated his Silver Anniversary with WDAF, Kansas City's oldest television station. He anchors sports on Sunday through Friday evening, reporting on sports news for Kansas City's oldest...
  • Mike Thompson

    Mike Thompson
    Mike Thompson is the chief meteorologist for FOX 4 and provides weather for the 5, 6, 9, and 10 PM newscasts. Before joining FOX 4 in 1992, Mike was chief meteorologist at KCTV in Kansas City for nine years. Mike was born in Wichita, Kansas, grew up in...
  • 'In Heat,' 'The Next Big Thing,' 'Rabbit Hole'

    'In Heat,' 'The Next Big Thing,' 'Rabbit Hole'
    The dynamics of human attraction can be thoroughly mystifying. "What does she see in him?" we ask ourselves. "How do they stay together?" Yet unlikely as any relationship might seem, it is, on some level, instinctive. Perhaps inevitable. "In Heat" offers...
  • Flier bill of rights in works

    It's a question asked by thousands of desperate airline passengers every year who end up trapped onboard grounded planes for hours on end, waiting for a takeoff that sometimes never comes: Why can't the plane just return to an airport gate so passengers...
  • ESPN Radio mutes Pittsburgh yakker for Ted joke

     
    Thanks to our friends at The Big Lead for tipping us off to this story in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the firing of controversial radio yakker Mark Madden. The wrinkle is that station GM Mike Thompson - formerly the program......
  • The ultimate green light: an algae-powered lamp

     
    Inspired by a recent experiment in which scientists at Stanford University and Yonsei University in Seoul generated an electrical current from algae during photosynthesis, Netherlands-based designer Mike Thompson has created a prototype for an algae-...
  • Joystick: Sexual situations in new crop of adult video games

     
    In Heavy Rain, an adventure video game with a twist, players are able to kiss, touch and even undress their character's love interest by simply pressing buttons on the controller. By the time the player's character moves the situation down to the floor,...
  • A Tradition seeking new starts: Shoal Creek gets Champions major

     
    Upon first glance, the words “Tradition” and “Shoal Creek” might raise memories of the furor that enveloped the 1990 PGA Championship, when the Birmingham club's all-white membership roster caused all of golf to examin...
  • School Day at the K: FOX 4 Meteorologist Honored with 'Mike Thompson Day'

    School Day at the K: FOX 4 Meteorologist Honored with 'Mike Thompson Day'
    Mike Thompson and countless other people work behind the scenes to make School Day at the K a success and on Thursday, Mike received a special honor for all the hard work he puts in. Mayor Mark Funkhouser surprised Mike, declaring Thursday, May 13,...
  • School Day at the K: May 5, 2011

    School Day at the K: May 5, 2011
    FOX 4 and the Kansas City Royals hold the Emmy Award Winning, World Record Setting School Day at the K! School Day at the K will be held May 5, 2011! For more information, contact the Royals at 816-504-4040 or email at schoolday@royals.com. The FOX 4...
  • Dave Dunn

    Dave Dunn
    Dave Dunn joined Fox 4 in September 2007 as a weekend reporter, but you can also catch him filling in during the week. He feels lucky to not only be doing what he's wanted to do since he was a kid, but also working with people he grew up watching....
  • Hurley, Classic Keep On Giving

    Doc Hurley is a classic and so is his basketball tournament, in its 34th year. This year's version, Wednesday through Saturday at Weaver High School, has 28 high school teams playing 14 games. The event started in 1975, a single college game between...