Leon Liebl is a familiar face to the KSN News team. Leon previously worked for KSN in the 90's through 2003. Before returning in December 2011 to KSN, he was a sports journalist and weekend sports anchor at KSHB-TV in Kansas City.
Leon's experience spans two decades and many accolades. He's won Emmys for sports and news reporting plus an Edward R. Murrow Award for feature reporting.
A graduate of the University of Kansas, Leon grew up in Dodge City, where he also attended Dodge City Community College. In 2003, he was named to the school's "Distinguished Alumnus" list.
Leon's hobbies include golf, basketball, reading and attending sporting events. In fact, Leon snuck into the 7th game of the 1985 World Series to see the Royals beat the Cardinals.
The Wichita State athletic department is conducting an exhaustive internal review regarding improper clothing and apparel benefits to members of the baseball team.
A former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker says he was never told that he would have severe disabilities later in life for continuing to play in games after sustaining a concussion.
Five former Kansas City Chiefs players are suing the team, claiming it hid the risks of head injuries.
The Kansas City Royals have declined to offer a 2014 contract to second baseman Chris Getz, making him a free agent.
Seahawks fans had set a record of 136.6 in a win over San Francisco in September. The mark was topped by Kansas City fans in October with 137.5 decibels.