Regan Porter Bio, Age, Family, Height, Net Worth and Recent Articles


Regan Porter Biography

Regan Porter joined the FOX4 News team in March 2019. She is a native Kansan. Porter turned that dream into reality when she landed her first job at WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas.

For more than three years, she worked as a multimedia journalist, producer and morning news anchor there. Regan recorded, wrote and edited her own stories.

Throughout her time in the Capital City, she covered breaking news, crime, high profile court cases, the legislature, local government and more.

Her reporting and anchoring earned her multiple awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters and the Kansas City Press Club.

Regan Porter first gained experience as a journalist through the 21st Century Program at Olathe Northwest, where she attended high school and earned an endorsement in Broadcast Journalism.

From there, she went on to play one year of collegiate volleyball at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. At that time she was a Hawk, but the Wildcats were calling her name.

Porter transferred to Kansas State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication with focuses in Digital Media and Spanish.

Much of her time in Manhattan was dedicated to working at Channel 8 News, K-State HDTV and the Kansas State Collegian.

Philanthropy is a priority for Regan, as she has been a Master of Ceremonies for numerous events. Regan was humbled to be nominated as a 2018 Woman of Excellence for her work with the YWCA of northeast Kansas.

Regan Porter Age

Regan Porter joined the FOX4 News team in March 2019. She is a native Kansan. Porter turned that dream into reality when she landed her first job at WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas.

She is 40 years old, more information of her birth will be added soon after the review is over.

Regan Porter Family

It is Regan daily goal to seek out and follow-up on stories that have an impact on people. Our community can rest assured that she will work to uncover the truth and report in-depth meaningful stories.

She has disclosed details of her mother, father, brothers, and sisters. The details are under review and it will be updated soon. Regan enjoys cheering on the Chiefs and Royals, working out and spending time with friends and family.

Regan Porter Husband |Regan Porter Married

The information about her married life has not yet been disclosed. We are doing the research and we are going to update the details soon.

Regan Porter Height

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Regan Porter Net Worth

Regan worked as a multimedia journalist, producer and morning news anchor there. She recorded, wrote and edited her own stories. Porter estimated Net Worth as of 2019 is under review and it will be updated soon.

Regan Porter Recent Articles

Paraplegic turning heads in metro with Harley-Davidson painted motorized scooter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A paraplegic is turning heads in the metro with a fresh coat of paint on her motorized scooter. Annette Setser has been through a lot.

She’s had diabetes since she was 10, and within the last five years, both of her legs had to be amputated. Setser’s positivity through it all rolled in a unique ride that matches her one-of-a-kind personality. “It’s one-of-a-kind, and it’s mine,” she said.

Kansas City emergency managers work to keep metro weather aware

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Emergency management workers in the metro monitored severe weather at the Emergency Operations Center closely on Tuesday.

Managers used radar and cameras across the metro to keep people safe and weather aware as storms that included tornadoes pushed west to east through the metro in the evening. Kansas City Emergency Planner Christopher Carroll told FOX4 his team is in constant communication with the National Weather Service.

Patrick Mahomes’ visit to Children’s Mercy gets young patients smiling, motivated

KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Patrick Mahomes often wins the hearts of young sports fans. But instead of the fans seeing him on his home turf, Mahomes recently made time to go to them.

Kevin Jones Jr. is learning how to walk again at Children’s Mercy. K.J. said it can be challenging, but a surprise visit from a “Mahomie” gave him the strength to keep moving.

KCK man catches armed thief breaking into work lot, holds him down until police arrive

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Kirk Mata stopped by his work lot Saturday and saw someone who shouldn’t be there, wearing clothes that weren’t his. The shirt was Mata’s along with the trucks and gear the stranger was trying to steal. “He broke into every truck,” Mata said. He runs Turner Tree, and the lot is where he keeps his trucks and a storage container. He said the suspect was there to do damage.

Flooding at Hillsdale Lake puts a damper on the unofficial start to summer

HILLSDALE, Kan. — Memorial Day Weekend marks the first holiday after school’s out, and a lot of folks like to head to the lake. But several bodies of water in Kansas are breaching their banks, closing campgrounds and boat ramps.

People are being turned away at Hillsdale Lake because of the record high water. Opal Tayari is usually the gatehouse greeter. But Saturday she was the bearer of bad news.

Leawood 9-year-old takes the world by storm with an international modeling career

LEAWOOD, Kan. — A local 9-year-old is taking the world by storm, and you may have seen her in action. Murphy Brassell is just another happy third grader at Brookwood Elementary in Leawood until she’s on set in New York City and hears this: “Action, action!” Murphy said.

She found her place in front of the camera at just 8 years old after she was spotted at her mom’s salon. She’s represented by an agency.

The woman remains in hospital after being injured by lightning at Smithville Lake

SMITHVILLE, Mo. —A 55-year-old woman remains in the hospital after lightning injured her Saturday afternoon. Smithville Fire Chief Dave Cline said the woman and her husband were standing on the shore and fishing in Smithville Lake, near Jack Rabbit Bend in the Camp Branch area just before 2 p.m.

Cline says they don’t believe lightning actually hit the woman, but she was close enough to have visible burns on her body.

‘Everyone loves a comeback story’: Brookside restaurant opening back up after 2017 fire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Plate Restaurant went up in flames it left the owner and his employees speechless and jobless. But the team is back together ready to rise from the ashes in a new space. It’s been two years since owner Christian Joseph saw his Brookside restaurant up in smoke.

“You watch what you’ve worked so hard to create disappear in front of your eyes,” Joseph said. But when one door closes, another one opens.

The show goes on to kickoff ‘Reflecting Motion’ at Union Station

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Thunderstorms canceled graduation parties and events all across the metro Saturday. But that was not an option for an exciting kick-off party at Kansas City’s Union Station.

“When I first saw the weather forecast I was heartbroken,” Events Manager at Kansas City’s Union Station Tammy Ruder said. Ruder and her team made the call to move the opening party of Reflecting Motion indoors out of the rain.

‘Be the match’: Leukemia patient fighting for others’ lives while fighting for her own

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Doctors say there are about 20 million people in the world-wide registry willing to donate their stem cells. It takes just 10 minutes to do so and potentially help someone dying from cancer. One patient at the KU Health System is pushing others to save lives. The past four weeks, Lanie McCoy has seen a lot walking the hospital halls.

Grammy-nominated producer and Kansas City native giving back through music

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City’s 18th and Vine District has a history rooted in music. A music studio is hoping to help revive the area while giving young adults a fresh approach to life. Multiple Grammy-nominated producer and Kansas City native Joseph Macklin runs the show. He says creativity is the key. Up to the stairs, at the Black Archives of Mid-America, you’ll find a studio making more than music.

KCFD and nurses team up to help install smoke detectors in the community

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City firefighters and nurses from the burn center at the KU Health System are often on the receiving end of calls for help. On Monday they were the ones “sounding the alarm” in a new partnership to install smoke detectors. The first one they teamed up to tackle is Teresa McCray’s home. “I think I’ll be safe now,” Teresa McCray said.

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