Abigael Jaymes, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Abigael Jaymes

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Abigael:

As new vaccine makes its way across country, more people are getting antibody testing

Blood, plasma and platelet donations continue to be desperately needed. → Read More

One Good Meal serves up Thanksgiving meals for those in need

LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (KCTV) -- One Good Meal in Lee’s Summit made sure the elderly and home bound got a home cooked Thanksgiving dinner this year. → Read More

Johnson County Commissioners vote 4-3 to pass COVID noncompliance order

Johnson County businesses who violate the new coronavirus order commissioners passed Monday could be facing fines if they don’t comply. → Read More

Johnson County, Kansas voters choose to remove antiquated liquor law

Voters in Johnson County have decided to remove the antiquated liquor law that requires establishments to make at least 30% of their money from food sales. → Read More

Young voters weigh in on the final presidential debate

Thursday night will be the last debate of 2020. → Read More

2 facing misdemeanors after vehicles drove into protesters

Two people who allegedly drove their vehicles into racial justice protests in Lawrence earlier this year are facing misdemeanor charges, according to court records. → Read More

Hope Faith works to protect the homeless during flu and cold season

Hope Faith Homeless Assistance Campus in downtown Kansas City is partnering with Heart To Heart International as they work to protect the homeless. → Read More

Metro school districts seeing varying levels of COVID-19 after students return

Most schools in the Kansas City metro have now been back in session for a week, and while many students are glad to be back in class, there have been → Read More

HeroFund USA telethon looks to support metro area first responders

A telethon Friday will benefit area first responders by raising funds to help pay for critical equipment. → Read More

Power and Light prepares for socially distant Chiefs kickoff watch party

With Arrowhead Stadium limited to 22 percent capacity, many fans of the Kansas City Chiefs will flock to the Power and Light District to watch the NFL Kickoff game Thursday. → Read More

Olathe schools combining hybrid, virtual approaches in return to class

Parents and students are hoping for the best as students head back to school Tuesday, including those families in Olathe, where the district will start the year with a mix → Read More

Mental health experts offer tips for parents of students stressed over COVID-19

Heading back to school can be nerve-racking enough for children, and with the added struggles of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can bring more anxiety. → Read More

Jackson County residents get their chance to buy Chiefs tickets

Fans are now less than a week away from getting to watch the Chiefs take the field for the first time since winning the Super Bowl, and fans looking to → Read More

High school football returns to KC metro as pandemic continues

SMITHVILLE, MO (KCTV) - Without a doubt, high school football won’t be the same in 2020. Home games at Kansas City Public Schools will have empty stands, while other schools → Read More

Student athletes, parents plan protest over Wyandotte Co. HS contact sports ban

A protest is now planned after the Wyandotte County Health Department made the major decision to ban non-professional contact sports in the county this fall. → Read More

Family of Ryan Stokes holds rally for justice

Friends and family gathered at John Anderson Park to honor the late Ryan Stokes today. It’s now the 7th year in a row for the memorial. → Read More

Kansas City officials push census participation

Unless people fill out the census, 40% of KCMO will go unaccounted for. That wouldn't be good because the census guides very important funding for our region. → Read More

Rontarus Washington released from Douglas County jail

It's a case that's led to days of protests in Lawrence, and now a man who's been behind bars for more than five years has walked out of jail. → Read More

T-Mobile lays off more than 200 Overland Park Sprint employees

More than 200 Sprint employees in Overland Park, Kansas, have been laid off since the company merged with T-Mobile. → Read More

Locals, Kobach react to Supreme Court’s decision on DACA

The decision means hundreds of thousands can breathe a sigh of relief and continue pursuing their American Dream. However, not everyone is happy. → Read More