Nick Starling, 41 Action News

Nick Starling

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

Anti-violence group reacts to 3 homicides in 6 hours on Sunday in KCMO

Sunday was a deadly day in Kansas City as the KCPD investigated three homicides occurring within six hours from each other. → Read More

Kansas City, Missouri, residents weigh in on proposed city budget

The pandemic took a toll on Kansas City's budget and on Saturday, the public had a chance to voice concerns on the proposed budget for the up coming fiscal year. → Read More

KCPS moves forward with in-person learning plan

The Kansas City, Missouri, School District moves forward with plans to reopen its schools for in-person learning next month. During a public meeting on Wednesday, district leaders presented how they will transition to in-person learning. → Read More

Kansas City-area workers hopeful for $15 minimum wage in latest COVID-19 relief bill

Congress returns to Washington D.C. this week to debate and work on the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Tacked onto the bill is a proposal to raise the Federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. → Read More

KC couple flooded with frustration over lack of running water

A young Kansas City, Missouri, couple welcomed a baby boy into the world on Valentine's Day, but they didn't envision his first few days in this in a home without running water. → Read More

Vaccine shipping delays raise concerns for those needing 2nd dose

The arctic blast that wreaked havoc across the Midwest in recent weeks also stalled about 6 million COVID-19 vaccine doses from being distributed to vaccination sites, according to the White House COVID-19 Response Team. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine would 'assuage so many fears' for educators

Teachers in Kansas are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, but that's not the case in Missouri. Right now under Missouri's vaccine eligibility chart, teachers are in the next phase, 1B Tier 3. → Read More

Frigid temps keep KC residents inside to ride out wintry blast

Snow continues to fall with sub-zero temperatures. Many people bundled up and walked briskly if they were out and about. Others found a way to stay warm and burn off some energy. → Read More

Couple dies together from COVID-19 complications, children want their legacy known

Two college students are mourning the loss of both their parents after they contracted COVID-19 earlier this month. → Read More

Chiefs pride at all-time high as team competes in back-to-back Super Bowls

It's hard to miss the excitement in Kansas City surrounding the Chiefs' run to the Super Bowl. → Read More

Kansas City Chiefs' legacy inspires fan to write children's book

The Kansas City Chiefs' road to the Super Bowl in 2020 inspired a fan to write a children's book about the team and its storied history. → Read More

Minority-owned small businesses hit harder during pandemic

A new nationwide poll from Small Business Minority shows minority-owned businesses continue to experience major financial losses during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Catalytic converters stolen from KC businesses, nonprofit

Several catalytic converters were stolen from businesses and a nonprofit in the past couple of weeks. → Read More

KCMO Council votes to create COVID-19 vaccine task force

KCMO City Council forms task force to cut through the confusion of getting a COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Kansas group launches website to help small businesses during pandemic

To help alleviate the stress for small businesses of figuring out where to turn for financial assistance or advice during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kansas Small Business Development Center at the Johnson County Community College created this website. → Read More

Chiefs, Bills fans tailgate outside Arrowhead Stadium before the AFC Championship game

The AFC Championship game is once again at Arrowhead Stadium, for the third time in a row. Before the big game, fans of both the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills tailgated, although capacity was limited due to COVID-19 protocols. → Read More

Family to take loved one off life support after battle with COVID-19 virus

The number of COVID-19 cases could surpass 25-million people in the United States this weekend. That’s more than 7-and-a-half percent of the total population. The COVID-19 virus has torn apart families here in the metro, one of which is Ross Distefano's family. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccinations: Questions answered by Kansas City metro health officials

Many people have questions on the vaccine roll out or where to sign up. 41 Action News spoke to health officials from the Kansas City metro to answer some of those questions. → Read More

First responders, food workers can now get COVID-19 vaccine in Kansas

On Thursday, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced the state is ready to move into Phase 2 of the state's vaccine roll out process. → Read More

Food-delivery apps take bite out of KCMO restaurant profits

As restaurants struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, one Kansas City, Missouri, councilman hopes to ease a separate financial burden restaurants have faced. → Read More