Jessica Reyes, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Jessica Reyes

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Jessica:

Pair charged in 2017 fatal shooting of Blue Springs teenager

Two 21-year-old men have been charged in connection to the fatal shooting of a Blue Springs teenager that happened in 2017. → Read More

Lawsuit claims ICE mistreated Missouri immigration attorney

The ACLU of Missouri has sued two ICE agents alleging they mistreated an attorney accompanying her 3-year-old client to be reunited with his pregnant mother before both would be deported. → Read More

Police searching for Waffle House robbery suspects in Northland

Police are searching for two people after an armed robbery in the Northland. → Read More

More than 12,000 expected for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk

Thousands are expected at Crown Center at the crack of dawn Saturday in hopes to make strides in the fight against breast cancer. → Read More

Owners of Rhythm & Booze create resource center following shooting

The owners of Rhythm & Booze have created a resource center where bar and business owners can turn to if violence strikes. → Read More

Families can reduce food waste by eating at home

According to a waste characterization study in Johnson County, 23 percent of the landfill is food people have thrown out. → Read More

Kansas City passed over for upcoming NCAA Women’s Final Four events

Despite a push by multiple local agencies, Kansas City won’t be hosting a NCAA Women’s Final Four in the near future. → Read More

Woman given 74 years for blaze that killed 2 Kansas City firefighters

A 46-year-old woman who set a fire that resulted in the deaths of two Kansas City firefighters has been sentenced to 74 years in prison. → Read More

Metro students celebrate differences, combat suicide with 'You Be You' campaign

When it comes to suicide prevention, many programs throughout the country have kept their focus on mental illnesses. → Read More

Metro organizations deploy relief teams as Florence charges toward East Coast

With millions of people across three east-coast states in the path of Hurricane Florence, several metro organizations are already sending help. → Read More

17 years later, metro communities gather to remember those lost on 9/11

Tuesday marks 17 years since a series of terrorist attacks rocked New York City, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon. → Read More

Battling drought: Kansas farmers say rain to little, too late for some crops

Kansas farmers have battled a drought for a majority of 2018 and through the state recently received large amounts of rain, they say, for some crops, it’s too little, too → Read More

Local school uses K-9s in effort to keep students safe

When parents send their children off to school, they expect them to be safe and school districts around the metro are finding innovative ways to do just that. → Read More

Proposed changes could make it easier to get a liquor permit in Kansas City

It could soon be easier for people to sell and serve alcohol in Kansas City. → Read More

Board to consider changing liquor permit rules

On Tuesday, a board meeting will be held to discuss getting rid of the requirement for people who work in businesses to get a city liquor card. The change would → Read More

66 abandoned Kansas City homes on list to be demolished

Kansas City has an abandoned home problem on their hands. For every home they knock down, two or three pop up in its place. → Read More

Kansas City schools encouraging students to eat breakfast by del

Everyone knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for children. But, a growing number of kids are skipping breakfast while at school. → Read More

Independence School District opens new Arts and Technology Cente

Families in Independence are heading back to class Thursday morning. But, some high school students are heading away from school to get to class. → Read More

I-435 reopens all lanes after wrong-way driver dies in Lenexa cr

Authorities in Lenexa have reopened all lanes of Interstate 435 after a wrong-way driver was killed in a crash early Wednesday morning. → Read More

First Students says buses fully staffed, safe for 2018-2019 scho

As school begins for the 2018-2019 school year, districts across the United States are struggling to find bus drivers. → Read More