Dia Wall, 41 Action News

Dia Wall

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Dia:

Honoring Cynthia Newsome: A living legend

The 41 Action News team is delighted to honor Cynthia Newsome: a journalist, trailblazer and inspiration for us all. → Read More

Chiefs Kingdom extends to Florida

Florida is home for quite a few of them. Dana Roseberry created the Kansas City Chiefs Fan Club of Southwest Florida in 1994. Not only is she a major Chiefs fan, she also has a connection to 41 Action News. → Read More

Kansas City-area respiratory therapist to attend Super Bowl LV

Respiratory therapist John Sorrick is one of 18 health care workers from the University of Kansas Health System who won tickets from the NFL. The league is honoring 7,500 health care workers with the ultimate gift; a Super Bowl experience. → Read More

Stores in Tampa and KC are coming together to give back

Kendra Scott stores are coming together for two great causes this Super Bowl. → Read More

This Chiefs diva den puts man caves to shame

The Diva Den isn't a destination — it's an experience. → Read More

Unofficial Chiefs insider Katie Camlin offers Super Bowl beer recommendations

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There's a member of Chiefs Kingdom with a Twitter tie to the Kansas City Chiefs like no other. In July, Katie Camlin broke news of the biggest Chiefs deal in history: Patrick Mahomes' 10-year deal worth more than $500 million. She describes it as, "Kind of a lucky shot. Camlin is the beer manager at Plaza Liquor in Kansas City, Missouri. In July, the liquor store received an… → Read More

Chiefs fan, cancer survivor selling handmade items to pay medical bills

It's difficult to describe what the Chiefs mean to Christina Nunez. → Read More

'I don't want to be labeled as a victim': Alleged assault survivor speaks out

A 39-year-old woman alleges that she was touched in "extremely inappropriate places" during a massage at Balanced Life Massage and Wellness in Olathe. → Read More

KC church collects items for families displaced by Waldo Heights apartment fire

Saint Elizabeth Catholic Church is sorting through hundreds of bags and boxes, filled with donations for victims of last month's Waldo Heights Apartment complex fire. → Read More

KC program creates opportunities for minorities in health care, despite COVID-19

With health care front and center – alongside a push for greater diversity as communities battle the COVID-19 pandemic – scholars from one Kansas City program are ready and committed to the cause. → Read More

KC metro election officials weigh in on security of votes

One of the biggest questions surrounding the 2020 presidential election has become, “Is my vote secure?” 41 Action News took that question to local and state election officials to get some answers. → Read More

Johnson County predicts full election results on Nov. 3

The 2018 primary election in Johnson County was slow and filled with issues. Two years later, the election board is predicting a swift and smooth process for the 2020 general election. → Read More

Despite concerns of shortages, Kansas City metro election boards see surge in poll workers

The 2020 presidential election is on pace to see high turnout across the Kansas City metro. Combine that with the need for more, larger polling locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic and there was concern about having enough people to work the polls. → Read More

Behind the Kansas City Chiefs' push to make Arrowhead Stadium a polling place

In a year filled with efforts to end racism and police brutality, following the death of George Floyd these calls for equity and justice landed in the heart of Chiefs Kingdom. → Read More

New Kansas City Art Institute gallery features Black artists in 1st exhibit

The Kansas City Art Institute will open its new gallery with an exhibit featuring Black artists. → Read More

Taking the first steps toward fighting racism in our community

Racism has been thrust into the spotlight with the death of George Floyd while in police custody. As many reflect on their perspectives and experiences around race, it can be overwhelming and difficult to know what to do. → Read More

Advocating for policy change to combat racism and injustice

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis sparked protests and conversation nationwide around combating police brutality and systemic racism. → Read More

Speaking out when you see racism or injustice

Race is taking center stage in the United States as people protest in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. And when racism shows up at the dinner table or in a conversation with friends, Nick Pickrell, organizer at The Open Table in Midtown, said it can’t be ignored. → Read More

One year later: Family who lost home in Linwood tornado moves into rebuilt home

Tim Unrein was working in his shop, right next to his home when the Linwood tornado blew through. He went home, took shelter and moments later, felt his home tearing apart. → Read More

We're Open: Pure Barre KC goes virtual

Michelle Keraus normally spends her days at the barre with dozens of other women, sometimes even a few men. Now, like most businesses across the metro, her doors at Pure Barre Zona Rosa are closed. → Read More