“We are saddened by this tragic loss,” WDAF president and general manger Cheryl McDonald said in the statement. “Don wasn’t just our meteorologist, he was a part of our family and we loved him. Words cannot express how deeply he will be missed.”
“To all of us, Don was like family and the news comes as a great shock to all the people he worked with at Fox 4,” anchor Kathy Quinn said in announcing the news at the top of the noon newscast.
Harman was found by his wife. The police report lists the cause of death as suicide, according to the Associated Press.
WDAF’s three rival stations in Kansas City — CBS-affiliate KCTV, ABC-affiliate KMBC and NBC affiliate KSHB — all posted statements online about Harman’s death. Some staffers from the three stations have posted well-wishes on Twitter and Facebook.
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