Lindsay Shively, 41 Action News

Lindsay Shively

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Lindsay:

Kansas City native pioneered a path for women in space

Decades ago, in the middle of the Space Race, Kansas City native Sarah Ratley was part of a small group of women now known by several names — from “Mercury 13” to “Fellow Lady Astronaut Trainees.” NASA simply calls them trailblazers. → Read More

Kansas Citians will get the chance to see a hyperloop test pod at this year's American Royal

You will get the chance to see a hyperloop test pod in person at the American Royal World Series of Barbecue this year. → Read More

Kansas City residents remember moon landing 50 years later

Fifty years after man first walked on the moon, some people in the Kansas City metro still remember the awe they felt at the “giant leap for mankind.” → Read More

Missouri 'a model process' for proposed Hyperloop, CEO says

The head of a company that could bring a proposed Hyperloop route to Missouri stopped in Kansas City on Wednesday, a sign of just how seriously the company is considering the route. → Read More

Missouri Hyperloop panel discusses funding, regulation in Kansas City meeting

Members of Missouri’s panel studying a potential Hyperloop route in the state came to Kansas City Tuesday. → Read More

Jones sisters of Jones BBQ featured on Netflix's 'Queer Eye': 'It changed my life tremendously'

Deborah Jones and sister Mary Jones Mosley are featured on one episode of the Emmy Award-winning show "Queer Eye," which released its third season (shot in Kansas City) on Netflix March 15. → Read More

Kansas City 'mompreneurs' starting their own businesses

Kansas City business owners Kim Taylor and Egreis Gjergjani are part of a wave of women known as “mompreneurs” who are finding success in starting their own businesses. → Read More

Veteran finds new mission, helps other vets with cattle ranch

Patrick Montgomery started KC Cattle Co. to help veterans find their next mission and continue the legacy of his brother-in-law in more ways than one. → Read More

Plate reopening in Brookside after fire destroyed original location nearly 2 years ago

Plate is coming back to east Brookside after owners Christian and Andrea Joseph watched fire destroy their restaurant almost two years ago. → Read More

Father battles ALS with support from family, friends

For the Brainard family, an ALS diagnosis came out of nowhere but the diagnosis was a long journey. → Read More

'Superhero Yoga' helping young students at Kansas City school

Superhero Yoga aims to give more kids in Kansas City-area schools the tools to express their emotions and stress. → Read More

KC girl, 9, starts own tea business: 'I'm gonna have a ginormous corporate office in Kansas City!'

Having tea with her grandma inspired a fourth grader to start her own company with her mom's help. → Read More

Women at Work: Women's role in construction projects grows, even if slowly

Brandy McCombs runs a successful construction business and says finding women to work on construction sites can be a struggle. → Read More

Croatia's World Cup success spiking business at KC's Strawberry Hill Povitica

Strawberry Hill Povitica typically sells most of its loaves of the Eastern European dessert over the holidays but suddenly saw a spike in business the last few weeks. → Read More

Changes in China affecting Kansas City recycling

What we put in our recycling bins ends up in one of a small handful of facilities in the Kansas City area. On top of recent changes in the recycling market, companies are asking KC recyclers to recycle better. → Read More

Kansas City native and food writer remembers time with Bourdain in KC

His storytelling and travels gave many people a window to the world through food, and he showed Kansas City to the world as well. → Read More

Online or in-store? How grocery shopping is evolving

New research released in January from Nielsen and Food Marketing Institute predicts that 70 percent of consumers could be buying groceries online in as little as five years. → Read More

KC to St Louis in 30 minutes no longer pipe dream

In the desert miles outside of Las Vegas, a large white tube stretches for one third of a mile, and what happens inside could revolutionize travel. → Read More

Municipal Stadium: A look back at where the Royals started

As the Royals start their 50th season, we look back at where their first season began. → Read More

How to cut the cord in Kansas City

We found where you can stream Royals games and asked a local family how cutting the cord gave them big savings every month. → Read More