Charlie Keegan, 41 Action News

Charlie Keegan

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Charlie:

Kansas City-based VFW Foundation celebrates 25th anniversary

Kansas City, Missouri, leaders adopted a resolution proclaiming February, 27, 202, as VFW Foundation Day. The Kansas City-based foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. → Read More

Kansas City Harris Park adding space for outdoor workout and fitness facility

With the help of Viridity, Chris Harris is able to add a designated outdoor workout and fitness facility at Harris Park Midtown Sports & Activities Center in Kansas City, Missouri. → Read More

Doctors: Focus on science, not fear when it comes to pandemic

In order to handle the stressors of mental health, doctors at the University of Kansas Health System suggest focusing on the science of the pandemic, not fear. → Read More

Kansas City leaders approve building youth soccer facility in Northland

Thursday, the Kansas City council approved a $36 million proposal to build the “North Sports Complex” on the northwest corner of Missouri Route 152 and North Platte Purchase Drive. The ten-field facility could open by May 2022. → Read More

Man transforms KC neighborhood with new parks and homes

Kansas City, Missouri, native Chris Harris has made it his mission to beautify the neighborhood where he grew up by adding parks and now by renovating homes. → Read More

Kansas City leaders continue debate on proposed soccer complex in Northland

Leaders in Kansas City, Missouri, will discuss a proposal to build a youth soccer complex in the Northland during a committee meeting Wednesday. → Read More

Harry Truman Presidential Library and Museum continues prep for reopening

41 Action News gets a look at new civil rights and foreign policy exhibits going in place at the renovated Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. → Read More

KDOT uses sensors to strategize for winter storm preparation

As winter storms approach Kansas, supervisors within the state’s department of transportation rely on data from 53 sensors scattered across the state to help strategize how to treat roads so they are safe and convenient for drivers. → Read More

Exercising or spending time outside in extreme cold may cause coughing

Doctor Mario Castro, a pulmonologist at the University of Kansas Health System, said the cold air can somewhat dry the windpipe, resulting in a coughing reflex. → Read More

Chiefs fans in Tampa remain optimistic after Super Bowl loss

Despite the 31 to 9 Buccaneers victory in Super Bowl LV, Chiefs fans in Tampa remain optimistic about the team’s future. → Read More

Chiefs fans renew wedding vows in Florida ahead of Super Bowl LV

During a pre-Super Bowl pep rally for Kansas City Chiefs fans, couples renewed their wedding vows with KC Weddings 2 Go and Pastor Nancy Kerr, who drove from Independence in her mobile chapel. → Read More

KC mayor, American Jazz Museum director deliver saxophone to Disney’s Epcot

Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas and Rashida Phillips, director of the American Jazz Museum based in the Historic 18th and Vine Jazz District in Kansas City, delivered on Saturday a saxophone to Disney's Epcot theme park for a temporary exhibit. → Read More

Tampa nurse originally from Missouri earns free trip to Super Bowl LV

Lifelong Chiefs fan Apryl Rogers grew up in Missouri before moving to Tampa for a nursing job about 10 years ago. She received a ticket from the NFL to attend Super Bowl LV for free. → Read More

Working for Chiefs film team helped KC man launch directing career

Kansas City native, Brent Jones, started his professional film career recording Chiefs practices. → Read More

Mayor Quinton Lucas meets with and learns from Tampa healthcare workers

Friday, Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas met with leaders from Tampa Family Health Centers to support healthcare workers but also learn how their approach to community healthcare could be used in Kansas City. → Read More

Chiefs fans in Florida to raise money for KC Barbecue Society Foundation

When fans of the Kansas City Chiefs gather at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, Florida, for Saturday night’s Run it Back 2 Back BBQ Tour event, they’ll be supporting causes in the team’s hometown. → Read More

For every sack Chiefs record, McDonald’s group donates to Ronald McDonald House

McDonald’s owners in the Kansas City area have pledged to donate $500 to Ronald McDonald House every time the Chiefs defense gets a sack in the playoffs. → Read More

Former Chiefs wide receiver confident in team’s chances Sunday

Former Chiefs wide receiver Carlos Carson is confident the team will beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Sunday's Super Bowl. → Read More

KC art institute professor creates stop motion animation for shows, music videos, and commercials

Stop motion footage by Kansas City Art Institute assistant professor of animation Bona Bones has appeared in commercials, music videos and TV shows. She showed 41 Action News the process in her Kansas City, Missouri, studio. → Read More

We See You: Overland Park family makes face masks to give away

An Overland Park family has sewn nearly 2,000 masks to give away for free during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More