Fox 4 Kansas City

November 30, 2011 by staff 

Fox 4 Kansas City, Don Harman, the fun-loving weathercaster and personality on Kansas City’s most popular morning show, has died, according to a police report.

Harman, a 41-year-old native of Ohio, was hired by WDAF, Fox 4, in 1999 to replace Gary Lezak and quickly became part of a high-spirited team that was No. 1 in the ratings for years.

Fans were grieving reports of his death Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. Inside Fox 4, station managers struggled to balance the online outpouring of sympathy with their journalistic obligation to wait until the next of kin could be notified.

Harman’s close friend Mark Alford looked shell-shocked as he read the announcement at 4:45 a.m. asking for patience from viewers who were bombarding the station’s switchboard and posting messages to social media.

“We know a lot of you out there have questions about what’s going on. We do appreciate your concerns. We consider you our friends.”

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