Marleah Campbell, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Marleah Campbell

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Topeka, KS, United States

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Recent:
  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
Past:
  • KFVS News
  • KY3 News
  • WIBW
  • Catch It Kansas
  • WEAU 13 News
  • KOTA Territory News
  • KNOE 8 News
  • KBTX News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • ABC12WJRT
  • and more…

Recent articles by Marleah:

What would it take to make Daylight Saving Time permanent (or get rid of it altogether)?

Clocks move back early this Sunday morning for those in the U.S. who recognize Daylight Saving Time, but an effort has been underway in recent years to either make Daylight Saving Time permanent or get rid of it altogether. → Read More

Leawood pups get in Growl-O-Ween spirit with costume party

Area pups got a jump start on Halloween festivities Saturday morning. → Read More

27 displaced after Kansas City apartment fire

About a dozen people had to be rescued from second and third-floor balconies. → Read More

27 displaced after Kansas City apartment fire

About a dozen people had to be rescued from second and third-floor balconies. → Read More

27 displaced after Kansas City apartment fire, death investigation underway

About a dozen people had to be rescued from second- and third-floor balconies. → Read More

After 16 years of false starts, new movement on Mission Gateway?

Two big meetings are coming up in the next few weeks, after 16 years of frustration surrounding the Mission Gateway Project. → Read More

Deadline approaching for KC businesses to pitch their services for the 2023 NFL Draft

Kansas City businesses have one week to pitch their services for the 2023 NFL Draft. → Read More

Local shortage affecting Kansas City’s ability to send blood to Florida hurricane zone

Kansas City’s Community Blood Center is asking people to pitch in to replenish our local supply. → Read More

Area high school soccer teams to honor classmate killed by fentanyl

Mill Valley and Olathe Northwest will warm up in shirts that say “Keepin’ Clean for Coop.” → Read More

Here’s what happens if Hurricane Ian impacts the Chiefs-Bucs game

As of Monday morning, the storm is located south of Cuba. → Read More

Here’s what happens if Hurricane Ian impacts the Chiefs-Bucs game

As of Monday morning, the storm is located south of Cuba. → Read More

Here’s what happens if Hurricane Ian impacts the Chiefs-Bucs game

As of Monday morning, the storm is located south of Cuba. → Read More

Season ticket deposits open today for KC Current 2024 season

The Current are expecting to sell out their season tickets. → Read More

It’s Red Friday, Kansas City! Get ready for the Chiefs’ 2022 campaign

Fans can show their support for the Chiefs by repping red and buying team flags for $5 at McDonald’s and Hy-Vee locations throughout the Kansas City metro. → Read More

It’s Red Friday, Kansas City! Get ready for the Chiefs’ 2022 campaign

Fans can show their support for the Chiefs by repping red and buying team flags for $5 at McDonald’s and Hy-Vee locations throughout the Kansas City metro. → Read More

KC’s plan commission unanimously approves new Riverfront apartments

The building is set for construction at E. Riverfront Drive on Berkley Parkway, right next to Bar K and east of the Heart of America Bridge. → Read More

Olathe schools ramping up mental health services

The district is centralizing its mental health services and using community support to bring in more resources. → Read More

KC salon offering free back-to-school haircuts

Joey Thomas of the 180V Barber Salon started the “Fresh Cut, Fresh Start” program 14 years ago. Since then, the salon has given more than 1,500 free haircuts to young men grades K-12 in Kansas City. → Read More

KCI on track for record-high gun confiscations

KCI is on track for a record number of people trying to take guns onto planes. → Read More

“Hoping it fulfills its destiny:” Business owners encouraged by 18th and Vine progress

A big push to revitalize the 18th and Vine District is underway. City manager Brian Platt says 16 redevelopment projects are happening right now. → Read More