Rachel McCrary, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Rachel McCrary

KCTV5 - Kansas City

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Past articles by Rachel:

Special education teacher shortage worries educators

A shortage of special education teachers in Michigan is growing worse during the pandemic. → Read More

State lawmaker investigating complaints of unemployment payback requests

Unemployment issues are plaguing the state. Over the past week-and-a-half, TV5 Investigates has been bringing you stories of people outraged after being told they need to payback some or all → Read More

Mott Foundation helping students learn during COVID

The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is making some big strides to help students learn during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Unemployment woes in Michigan

“We just don’t know what to do honestly, it’s so scary,” said Aubrey Caswell. → Read More

Family of 3-year-old shot in home speak out to set the record straight

“We will always fight for justice. I will always be a snitch. If you commit a horrific crime and I witness it, I will turn your name in. That is → Read More

Secretary of State Benson urges voters to run in absentee ballots in person

Benson says voters should not risk possible postal delays this close to the election deadline. → Read More

Flint pushing to have 100% participation in census

“The count is very important. If we’re not counted, we don’t get the necessary funding,” Neeley told TV5. → Read More

Officials, doctor pushes for extension of Flint Registry to help water crisis victims

Today, Dr. Mona is urging Flint residents to register as well tell legislatures to extend funding for it. → Read More

Two women share their journey of self-discovery

"We are just people, like every day. We have a family. We have jobs. We have kids," said Jacquiline Turner. → Read More

Mayor announces clean slate program for some water bills in Flint

New water meters will soon be installed in homes across the city of Flint. → Read More

FIA hosting collection celebrating African American art, culture

New exhibitions at the Flint Institute of Arts celebrate African American culture, community and poetic expression. → Read More

Last-minute shoppers stop by Bronner's for gifts

For many, Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland was a stop on their last-minute shopping scramble. → Read More

Man suspected of hit-and-run death of two teens back in court

It was an emotional day for all of the families as the preliminary exam for a man accused of killing two teenage girls. → Read More

Local professor looks at the next possible steps in impeachment process

After months of investigations and testimony, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for the House Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment, moving quickly to put the President of the United → Read More

MSU students concerned after survey shows prevalence of sexual assault on campus

A campus wide survey results released by Michigan State University on the current climate there is raising eyebrows. → Read More

Salvation Army kicks off season of giving

The Salvation Army is kicking off their red kettle season with high hopes of helping those in the community. → Read More

How to protect yourself from 'juice jacking'

When you use a public USB charger to plug in, it’s going to supply power, but also has the ability to transfer data to someone else. → Read More

Neeley optimistic ahead of Flint mayoral election

This state representative and former flint councilman is running for flint mayor for the second time. → Read More

Man writes book honoring wife after she loses memory giving birth

A Fenton man wrote a book honoring his wife after she lost her memory while giving birth to their son. → Read More

Mid-Michigan doctor conducting research that could change way diabetes is treated

For some, learning you have diabetes can be devastating. For Jason Trimble, it was a life changer. → Read More