Andres Gutierrez, 41 Action News

Andres Gutierrez

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Andres:

Dog bites woman in the face in Northeast KCMO, city says

A woman is in the hospital after a dog bit her in the face in Northeast Kansas City on Thursday morning, a city spokesperson said. → Read More

KCMO set to examine nightclub's liquor license after mass shooting

Kansas City's Regulated Industries will play role in deciding the future of the 9ine Ultra Lounge following Sunday night's mass shooting. → Read More

Chiefs fans celebrate historic win

A portion of the Power and Light district is sometimes known as Kansas City's "living room," and for Chiefs fans who came out to watch Sunday's historic game, it didn't disappoint. → Read More

Proposed bill would create stricter evidence-collection procedures in emergency rooms

A local mother’s push for stricter evidence-collection procedures in emergency rooms will soon be in front of Missouri’s state legislature. → Read More

Chiefs fans react with 'high emotions' to win over Texans

Several dozen Kansas City Chiefs fans watched tonight’s AFC Divisional game against the Houston Texans on the giant screen in the Power and Light District. → Read More

Lawn equipment stolen from Boy Scouts group

Thousands of dollars in lawn equipment have been stolen from teens in the Boy Scouts of America program. → Read More

Kanbe's Markets grows produce offerings in East Kansas City

One man's mission to provide quality food is expanding. In East Kansas City, convenience stores like the "One Stop" on Truman Road between Cypress and Elmwood avenues are quite common. But among the chips, sweets and fountain drinks, some of those stores now offer fresh produce. → Read More

Work on Rock Island Trail ordered to stop for second time this year

For a second time this year, a federal board has ordered Jackson County to stop all work on the Rock Island Trail. → Read More

Kansas working to stay ahead of Halloween snowstorm

Crews with the Kansas Department of Transportation are treating bridges and overpasses Wednesday night as a rare October snowstorm moves in. → Read More

Foundation work begins for new KCI single-terminal project

The focus Thursday at the site of the new single-terminal Kansas City International Airport currently under construction was deep underground. A Bonner Springs contractor has started building the deep foundation for the project. → Read More

Mom, child discover syringe at Gillham Park playground

There are several open 311 cases dealing with homeless people sleeping around the playground at Gillham Park or trash, including broken glass and used needles, strewn about the grounds. It's a growing concern for parents and a problem for the KCMO Parks and Recreation Department. → Read More

Audit reveals misuse of Jackson County's COMBAT funds

A new audit reveals that Jackson County hasn't used COMBAT tax funds appropriately during the tenures of the last two Jackson County Executives. → Read More

GM workers in Kansas City, Kansas, go on strike for first day

In clusters, the more than 2,000 employees at General Motor's Fairfax Assembly plant took to the picket line on day one of their strike. → Read More

Unique SpraySeeMO festival brightens up communities

More than 40 artists from around the country are part of the SpraySeeMO Mural Festival, turning the City of Fountains into the City of Street Art. → Read More

Missouri 152 bridge over Interstate 35 in Liberty set to reopen

Heavy rainfall canceled Monday's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new dual bridge on Missouri 152 over Interstate 35, but traffic will be flowing across the new bridge Wednesday, alleviating traffic congestion and easing drivers’ frustrations. → Read More

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