Rye Addis

Digital Sales Manager

Having grown up in Oswego, KS, Rye has called the Four-States “home” for much of his life. He graduated from Pittsburg State University in 2008, where he majored in Broadcast Communications. He spent two years as a news reporter, covering the Western Kansas beat for KAKE-TV in Wichita, KS.

Rye was eager to move back to the Four-States and quickly found his calling in TV sales. He joined KOAM / FOX 14 as an Account Executive in 2011, where he discovered his passion for working with local businesses. In 2018, he became the Digital Sales Manager for the stations.

If the weather is nice, chances are you’ll find Rye outside. He loves playing golf, gardening, swimming, firing up the grill, and going on walks with his family.

Articles

Weather @ 10 pm (1/23/20)

Doug Heady's weather forecast

Weather @ 9 pm (1/23/20)

Doug Heady's weather forecast

Hunger Summit brings together people passionate about fighting hunger

Missouri begins issuing medical marijuana dispensary licenses

We know of two local denials, one approval

Grant, Thornton lead Pittsburg over Carl Junction in Bill Hanson Memorial opener

Javon Grant scored 26 points Thursday night.

Kabala leads Webb City over Ft. Scott in Frontenac tournament opener

Terrell Kabala had 27 points Thursday night for Webb City.

Frontenac opens tournament with win over Fort Scott

Karma Fields had a team-high 16 points Thursday.

#10 St. Paul gets by Baxter Springs at Lancer Classic

The Indians beat the Lions 26-17 Thursday night.

Cassville tops #8 Chanute in Pittsburg tournament opener

The Wildcats beat the Comets 53-45 Thursday night.

Largest US tribal nation studies growing marijuana industry

Hopes to have a report by the end of May

Oklahoma governor orders ban on state travel to California

It centers around adoption agencies and same-sex parents

4-Staters gather in Pittsburg to discuss hunger solutions

Carthage voters will decide if a property levy benefiting Carthage Technical Center will be extended

Question will be on April ballot

Weather @ 6 pm (1/23/30)

Doug Heady's weather forecast

Joplin Business Expo has no shortage of Chiefs fans

2 year-old Goldendoodle needs life saving bone marrow transplant, family desperately searching for donor matches

Nash was from Diamond Doodles in Joplin. The family is searching for his siblings, litter mates

Drought monitor is good for the week

While the drought persists off to our west

Iola family turns second story of downtown businesses into luxury lofts

T-storms to our southeast Friday

While our snow chances move out of here

T-storms staying away Thursday evening

While rain and snow chances pick up here

Additional rain chances this evening

Amounts stay very minor

Nixa man federally charged in $2.4 million health care fraud scheme

Ex-pharmaceutical exec gets 5 1/2 years for pushing opioid

He killed five tigers and tried to hire a hit man on a rival. Now he's going to prison for 22 years

Abandoned house fire investigated as arson

Lions picked #3 in MIAA preseason poll

Southern was 35-21 last season.

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Ethel Joan Jones

June 19, 1929 - January 22, 2020

Suspects arrested following nearly 9 hour long standoff in Mulberry, Kansas

Kansas City health officials see increase in RSV cases

Carthage man charged with harassing city council

Kathleen Thompkins

January 15, 2020 - January 4, 1951

Thursday Afternoon Planner

Drizzle and overcast with rain on its way this evening

Missouri begins issuing licenses for medical marijuana dispensary facilities

Winter Weather Advisories spread west in Southeast Kansas

Expiration time Friday at 6 a.m.

The NFL says no to Super Bowl tailgating in Hard Rock Stadium parking lots

An animal shelter's adoption ad for a sassy cat: 'She's just a jerk'

Cremation replaces traditional burials in popularity in America and people are getting creative with those ashes

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