Andres Gutierrez, 41 Action News

Andres Gutierrez

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Andres:

Young man avoids aging out of Missouri foster care days before birthday

A federal law prohibits children in foster care from 'aging out' amid the COVID-19 pandemic But Missouri isn't following it -- which almost put a young man who can't take care of himself out on the streets. → Read More

KCPD tows, tickets drivers involved in Tuesday sideshows

So-called "sideshows" popped up throughout the city Tuesday night, including at Truman Road and The Paseo, where cameras at All Seasons Car Wash caught the action. → Read More

Drive-by shooting in Westside caught on camera

An overnight drive-by shooting in Kansas City, Missouri's Westside neighborhood damaged property and at least one home. → Read More

Oddly Correct to brew new business on Troost Avenue

Coffee shop prepares move from Main Street in KCMO → Read More

Animal advocates increase efforts as temperatures plunge

Animal advocates have stepped up their work in recent days to protect pets safe from the extreme cold the metro is experiencing. → Read More

KC metro controlled power outages part of 'emergency event'

When local power companies flipped the switch Monday for their rolling outages it didn't matter who you were. → Read More

Johnson County Automotive steers drivers toward cold-weather car-care tips

The brutal arctic weather settling in will test your car's limits. → Read More

Digital divide disconnects KC's aging population from COVID-19 vaccine

Everyday there's a push to get more people signed up for a COVID-19 vaccine, but according to the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) there are at least 28,000 older adults in the Kanas City area being left in the dark. → Read More

Chiefs Mania around Kansas City a week before the Super Bowl

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs fever is as red hot as the Chiefs gear coming off the presses in Parkville. Ultimate Athletic Sportswear spent the weekend printing the exclusive apparel approved by the team's all-star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes. "Working hard, had to convince all my family to come in and work today to meet the deadline," John Doole, President & CEO of Ultimate Athletic… → Read More

Volunteers conduct count of people experiencing homelessness in KCMO

Kora Wilkes' work with Hope Faith Ministries usually takes her to makeshift homeless camps around Kansas City. And on Wednesday, she used her knowledge to help count those who are experiencing homelessness. → Read More

KCPD makes no arrests for 'sideshows' after AFC Championship

After the Kansas City Chiefs secured their second straight trip to the Super Bowl on Sunday night, some took to the streets to celebrate with roaring car stunts also known as "sideshows." → Read More

Missouri advocates respond to President Biden addressing racial justice

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — President Joe Biden began fulfilling his promise to address racial justice on the first day of his term. "A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us," Biden said during his inauguration speech. "The dream of justice for all will be deferred no longer." One of his first executive orders directs federal agencies to make racial equity a priority and to review… → Read More

Jackson County Health Department upgrades servers to meet COVID-19 survey demand

The Jackson County Health Department servers were upgraded over the weekend, and now an unlimited amount of users can access the website, a spokesperson said. → Read More

KC Power & Light District hosts Chiefs watch party amid COVID-19 pandemic

'Running It Back' is exactly what the Kansas City Chiefs aim to do. But amid the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's post-season might look different than last year. → Read More

Missouri police examine history to build stronger communities

All Missouri police officer recruits now are required to take a new class focused on connecting with minority communities. → Read More

KCMO projects $50-million deficit in current budget, blames COVID-19 pandemic

Kansas City, Missouri, anticipates a $50-million deficit during the current fiscal year, primarily as a result of revenue losses and mounting expenses created by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Protests across Missouri call for Sen. Hawley to resign

Nearly 100 Missourians staged protests on Wednesday, calling for Republican Sen. Josh Hawley's resignation. → Read More

Lawmakers, experts weigh in on calls for Hawley resignation

Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley's office reissued on Sunday a statement from last week saying he will "never apologize for giving voice to the millions of Missourians and Americans who have concerns about the integrity of our elections." → Read More

Academics and diplomat react to U.S. capitol riot

Those who study and teach American politics and history describe Wednesday's events at the U.S. Capitol as a dark day for democracy. → Read More

Police search home of man who showed up to MSHP armed

Investigators are trying to figure out what led one man to show up with an assault rifle at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop A Headquarters in Lee's Summit. → Read More