Savannah Rudicel, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Savannah Rudicel

KCTV5 - Kansas City

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Past articles by Savannah:

Kansas City boy beats cancer, makes massive toy donation to Children’s Mercy

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – Children’s Mercy Hospital is sorting through hundreds of donations from one of its youngest donors. → Read More

JoCo residents urge officials not to reinstate mask mandates

The debate over compulsory mask-wearing was the main topic at Thursday’s Johnson County Board of County Commissioners meeting, but no mask-related item was on the agenda. → Read More

City employees help Kansas City residents in need on Juneteenth

olunteers from Neighborhood Services will host a “Heart to Help” food and essential supply drive Saturday, June 19. → Read More

Healthcare advocated honored as Ms. JuneteenthKC 2021

A committee of JuneteenthKC organizers, responsible for planning Kansas City’s largest Juneteenth celebration, have selected Kelly G. Loeb as Ms. Juneteenth 2021. → Read More

Memorial Day travel numbers climb to pre-pandemic levels

Experts predict Memorial Day weekend travelers will face long lines and delays as millions of Americans begin to venture out after being stuck at home for more than a year → Read More

Community activists fight for change, one year after George Floyd's death

Social justice activists continue to fight for racial equity one year after the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Jackson County eases business restrictions as Missouri opens up vaccine eligibility

Jackson County lifted the 50 percent capacity cap on businesses Friday. → Read More

Waiting for their shot: Older adults frustrated with lack of access to vaccine

People who need the COVID-19 vaccine the most, elderly and immunocompromised individuals, may face the biggest struggle to access it. → Read More

New Mahomes gear in high demand

PARKVILLE, MO (KCTV) – Chiefs fans are buying shirts from Patrick Mahomes’ clothing line nearly as fast as manufacturers can print them. → Read More

Cravings for Chiefs cookies keep Overland Park bakery busy

The Chiefs’ drive to Super Bowl LV is driving up local business sales. → Read More

Johnson County moves into Phase 2 of vaccine distribution

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment expands the list of people eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Political experts weigh in on historic inauguration

The inauguration of President Joe Biden had fewer spectators and more security than any like it before. → Read More

Kansas City man witnesses politically-motivated violence in Washington

President Donald Trump supporters from Kansas City were part of the crowd that ambushed the nation's capital. → Read More

'Miracle on 47th St' provides Christmas meals

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – The coronavirus pandemic forced many to scale back their holiday traditions, but only increased the need for help and food. → Read More

Alexander’s Journey: A new rehab clinic to start in Mission

Alexander Goodwin, the University of Kansas Cancer Center’s 13-year-old patient from the United Kingdom, is giving back to the metro community that supported him through treatments. → Read More

Chiefs playoff tickets start going on sale today

From the Kansas City Chiefs on how to get your playoff tickets, and who gets first dibs: → Read More

Homeless shelters face increased need, lack of funds

Homeless shelters and resource centers face the greatest need they’ve seen in over a decade. Nearly 40 million American families are at risk of eviction. → Read More

Johnson County, Kansas may consider fines for not following COVID restrictions

Johnson County, Kansas officials may create a plan to enforce is new COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Kansas City-area hospitals report reduced ICU capacities

Hospital officials continue to consider postponing non-urgent surgeries based on the limited capacity in intensive care units. → Read More

Four generations of veterans skydive at World War I Memorial

An all-veteran team of skydivers dropped from a plane onto the lawn of the World War I Museum and Monument Wednesday morning to start the organization’s Veterans Day events. → Read More