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McKenzie Nelson

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Recent articles by McKenzie:

‘Not our trash’: Neighbors frustrated by trash piles linked to KCMO pet store

Neighbors near 50th and Brooklyn in Kansas City, Missouri are frustrated with the amount of illegal dumping taking place in their community. → Read More

Special Olympics Kansas 2021 Summer Games cancelled twice due to COVID-19

It's a tough loss for Special Olympics Kansas after canceling the 2021 Summer Games for the second straight year due to COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Grandview girls basketball star surpasses 1,500 career points

Grandview High School junior Cierra Smith surpasses 1,500 career points. → Read More

Missouri residents frustrated with COVID-19 vaccine process

Figuring out when and where the COVID-`19 vaccine is available has been a frustration for many people. → Read More

CDC recommends 5 mitigation strategies to safely reopen schools

Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provided recommendations on how to reopen schools safely. → Read More

Blue Valley North center scores Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

Andrew Orr was the center of attention at practice on Wednesday and he's the actual center on the Blue Valley North varsity basketball team. → Read More

Penalties push Chiefs out of reach of second straight Super Bowl win

Aside from the beat down the Kansas City Chiefs took from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, penalties were the story line. → Read More

Chiefs' Juan Thornhill, Alex Okafor injury-free for Super Bowl LV

After missing Super Bowl LIV, Chiefs' safety Juan Thornhill and defensive end Alex Okafor will play in Super Bowl LV. → Read More

Chiefs defense can't let Tom Brady 'read our mail,' according to Steve Spagnuolo

Steve Spagnuolo's defense meets Tom Brady in Super Bowl LV for round two. → Read More

Kansas City-area businesses kick-off Chiefs inspired charity efforts

The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl run is sparking charitable efforts across the metro area. → Read More

Andy Reid confident in Chiefs' offensive line despite injuries

The Kansas City Chiefs have had to dig deep on the offensive line this season after players opted out and were injured. → Read More

Super Bowl LV preparations underway at Raymond James Stadium

Preparations at Raymond James Stadium are ahead of schedule, according to the NFL. → Read More

Kansas City Chiefs fans eager to witness history as team hosts 3rd straight AFC Championship

Kansas City Chiefs fans are excited to experience their third straight AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium. → Read More

Chiefs AFC Championship gear arrives at KC stores, ready to hit shelves

Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship gear has arrived at stores throughout the metro. → Read More

Kansas City showcasing 'Chiefs fever' ahead of AFC Championship

Kansas City has "Chiefs fever" ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship Game at Arrowhead Stadium. → Read More

AFC teams with more Championship Game experience typically win

Looking back on the last three AFC Championship games, the team with more experience playing in them has won the game. → Read More

Former MMA fighter think Patrick Mahomes had his 'bell rung'

Whether or not Patrick Mahomes will be available for the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game Sunday is the million dollar question. → Read More

KS Gov. Laura Kelly tours Wyandotte County COVID-19 vaccination facility

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly toured Wyandotte County's COVID-19 testing and vaccination site on Thursday. → Read More

Family calls Travis Kelce 'the enemy' ahead of Sunday's playoff game

Some fans in and around Cleveland will have a tough chose on who to root for in Sunday's divisional matchup at Arrowhead Stadium. → Read More

Long-time KC foster mother dies, leaves behind 7 adopted children with disabilities

Seven Kansas City, Missouri, children mourn the loss of their mother. → Read More