Dave Froehlich joined WDAF-TV FOX 4 as a general assignment reporter in May 2007.
Dave's first on-air job was in Grand Junction, Colorado where he was hired as a sports reporter/anchor. One of his first big interviews was actually Royals' Hall of Famer George Brett, who was in town for the Junior College World Series. A few months after arriving in Grand Junction, he made the switch to news, and stayed in news during his years in Amarillo and Corpus Christi, Texas, where he spent most of his time as a morning and noon show anchor. After his stint in Corpus Christi was done in April of 2007, he traveled up north to join Fox 4.
Dave was a history major at the University of Texas at Austin, and it was only after graduating and landing his first 'real job' that he realized what he really wanted to do, and he soon got on at KPRC in Houston as a morning show production assistant.
In his spare time, he's a football fanatic who's usually just counting down the days, hours and minutes until the next Longhorns kickoff. He also loves watching movies, playing golf, and trying to find a few quiet minutes to lay back and relax until one of his kids jumps on him.
A Houston, Texas native, Dave and his wife, Mariah, have two kids, Jack and Mia. They are now living in Overland Park, and after most recently living on the Texas Coast, they're looking forward to seeing some snow.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times