Andres Gutierrez, 41 Action News

Andres Gutierrez

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Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Andres:

Community grieves fatal shooting of 8-year-old boy

Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department detectives canvassed the south Kansas City block Monday where Brian Bartlett was killed in a hail of gunfire that pierced his bedroom late Saturday, exactly one month before his ninth birthday. → Read More

Fans tailgate ahead of Chiefs' preseason opener

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepared to face the Cincinnati Bengals in their preseason opener on Saturday, fans prepared for another season of cheering on their favorite team and its lineup of star players. → Read More

Federal ruling stops work on Rock Island Corridor

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — All work on the Rock Island Corridor has come to a halt after a federal agency said Jackson County is at fault for how the hiking and biking trail was built, revoking the county's ability to do any more work. When the county was allowed to purchase the rail corridor, the county said they were going to leave the rail in place and put the trail beside it. But that's not what… → Read More

Kansas City fast-food workers celebrate vote to increase federal minimum wage

A day after the U.S. House of Representatives approved a $15 minimum wage hike, fast-food workers in the Kansas City metro are calling it a victory. → Read More

Metro residents seek ways to stay cool in first heatwave of 2019

In dangerous heatwave conditions, some people don't know where to turn to stay cool or what to buy to keep them safe. → Read More

Family mourns death of missing Olathe teen

A family is seeking answers in the death of their loved one, following a mysterious disappearance. → Read More

Sick call prompts delays at KC Greyhound bus terminal

A sick call Friday morning disrupted the plans of more than two dozen bus passengers traveling through Kansas City the weekend before the Fourth of July holiday. → Read More

Artists leading effort to save popular YJ's Snack Bar

When YJ's Snack Bar closed the doors at its new space in the Westside neighborhood this spring, it left many people in the community puzzled. But now, there's an effort to keep the cafe open by artists — the same ones the business has supported over the years. → Read More

Repairs of Midtown KCMO sinkhole will last through weekend

After a portion of a Midtown road collapsed Monday morning, the Kansas City, Missouri, Water Services Department now estimates repairs will last through the end of the week. → Read More

Increased rainfall contributing to sinkholes around KC metro, experts say

Late Monday morning, heavy machinery moved into Midtown Kansas City, Missouri, to repair a portion of road that caved in because of ruptured water and sewer lines. → Read More

KC metro residents clean up from record-setting rainfall

As of Sunday morning, more than 31 inches of rain have fallen at Kansas City International Airport since the start of the year, making the first half of 2019 the wettest start to a year in Kansas City history. → Read More

KCPD: Railroad company took extra precautions before deadly wreck

Kansas City, Missouri, police on Friday continued to investigate why a driver going west on Front Street didn't stop for an oncoming train Thursday night at a railroad crossing near North Topping Avenue. → Read More

Northland resurfacing project plagued by delays

Drivers traveling along Northwest 68th Street between Northwest Waukomis Drive and U.S. 169 can't seem to catch a break. First, the harsh winter opened virtually every seam in the aging pavement and now the fix is causing more headaches. → Read More

Demolition of Terminal A at KCI begins

Demolition of the old Terminal A building at Kansas City International Airport began Thursday, more than a year and half after Kansas Citians voted to construct a new single-terminal terminal KCI. → Read More

Two in custody after police chase through North Kansas City

Two people were taken into custody late Wednesday morning after a police chase through North Kansas City, Missouri. → Read More

'A little bit better each day': Linwood residents continue cleanup one week after tornado

Linwood, Kansas, residents continued cleanup efforts on Tuesday, one week after an EF-4 tornado tore through the small town. → Read More

KCMO implements pilot program along Armour Boulevard

The City of Kansas City, Missouri is changing a strip of parking along Armour boulevard after complaints and crashes in the area. → Read More

Cass County Sheriff implementing new tool for vehicle pursuits

A new tool could put the brakes on area police chases. → Read More

Past tornado victims give advice on how to move forward

OAK GROVE, Mo. — Recovering from tornadoes is a long, difficult and emotional process. Many people in our area know the pain people in Lawrence, Linwood and Excelsior Springs are feeling after Tuesday's storm. It was just two years ago that an EF-3 tornado tore through Oak Grove, Missouri, damaging nearly 500 homes. A majority of Oak Grove has rebuilt since the tornado swept through town.… → Read More

'It's God's will' — flooding forces families from homes in Fort Gibson, complicates power restoration

While crews are working to get power back to some areas, others are trying to move to higher ground, including a family trying to save what they can. → Read More