Cat Reid, 41 Action News

Cat Reid

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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  • WPTV
  • WFTS
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Recent articles by Cat:

'You bring your gun, we ask no questions': The history of gun buybacks in Kansas City and Missouri

Mayor Quinton Lucas revealed on Monday some of the steps he's considering to tackle violent crime in the metro. → Read More

'Prayers & thoughts, but also action': Strangers find common ground on gun violence

In the basement of a south Kansas City church, two dozen people gathered Sunday night to talk about the gun violence plaguing the city and the country. → Read More

'It's a rollercoaster experience:' Syed Jamal reacts to man's arrest by ICE, recalls own experience

More than a year has passed since Syed Jamal walked out of the Platte County Jail, but seeing video of a Kansas City man's arrest this week brought the memories flooding back. → Read More

Lee's Summit daycare to reopen Monday despite owner's arrest

A daycare owned by a woman whose son is accused of sexually abusing a child will reopen Monday, according to an email sent to parents. → Read More

More digital billboards could be on the way in Kansas City

When it comes to digital billboards, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While some see unlimited advertising opportunities, others paint a less rosy picture. → Read More

Jackson County legislators want state to intervene in property reassessments

Thousands of taxpayers have already asked Jackson County to reconsider the latest property reassessments. Now, county legislators are asking the state to intervene. → Read More

Owner of Marlborough East property at center of dispute appears in court

The owner of a Marlborough East property at the center of a neighborhood dispute appeared in municipal court Monday. → Read More

How to stay safe while fueling up at the lake

Over the weekend, five members of a Kansas City family were injured when their boat exploded shortly after they refueled it. → Read More

Daughter of anti-violence activist injured in hit-and-run

Rosilyn Temple of KC Mothers in Charge tries to end violence across the metro. Early Sunday morning her only daughter became the victim of a hit-and-run. → Read More

Family injured in Independence police chase files lawsuit

A police pursuit at the center of a 41 Action News investigation is now the subject of a lawsuit. → Read More

A Missouri couple's beloved miniature horse was fatally shot and mutilated. They want answers

For Steve and Lisa Tharp, family has four legs. Quigley, their four-year-old miniature horse, had a huge personality. → Read More

Senior dogs yet to be adopted stay at newly opened sanctuary in Missouri

The senior sanctuary, comprised of a house and a large fenced yard, is a sanctuary for good dogs to live out their golden years. → Read More

Friends remember victim as search continues for driver in deadly Grandview hit-and-run

Erick McDonough, who was struck and killed Saturday in a hit-and-run crash in Grandview, Missouri, is the fourth person to be killed in a pedestrian/vehicle crash already this April in Kansas City. → Read More

'We need help': Neighbors, owner in lengthy battle over Marlborough property

The tight-knit community of Marlborough East, just off Prospect Avenue in south Kansas City, is trying to clean up the neighborhood and attract investment to their neck of the woods. But it isn't always easy. → Read More

Here's why you'll no longer be able to flag down a bus in Johnson County

A practice described as dangerous and disruptive to traffic is about to end for bus riders in Johnson County. → Read More

Kansas City resident says pothole requests are slipping through the cracks

A Kansas City resident is worried that pothole requests are slipping through the cracks after three cases that he reported were closed in error. → Read More

Kansas University students on spring break rescue two boys from drowning at Florida beach

What started off as a day at the beach ended with a daring rescue, thanks to three University of Kansas fraternity brothers. → Read More

KU students on spring break rescue boy swept away by current

What started off as just a day at the beach ended with a daring rescue, thanks to three University of Kansas fraternity brothers. → Read More

Second-grade girl wins top prize at Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby

March is Women's History Month, and one Brookwood Elementary second-grader has already made her own mark by winning the top prize at an event previously open to boys only. → Read More

Airport committee advances bonds to pay for construction of new KCI

Airport committee members spent their Thursday morning delving into the weeds of how to pay for the new terminal at KCI. → Read More