Greg Payne, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Greg Payne

KCTV5 - Kansas City

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Recent articles by Greg:

Could a new Royals stadium come to 18th and Vine?

The thought of Royals baseball having a new home downtown is continuing to be a big talker. → Read More

Kansas City mayor seeking more authority on city police board

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas is fighting to get mayors more power within the city’s police board. → Read More

‘I left a Bible for you’ - Family responds with kindness after theft

A Jackson County family fell victim to a thief at their home yesterday evening. → Read More

Kansas bill would allow students to attend any school

Right now, a bill sits on Governor Laura Kelly’s desk that would allow Kansas students to attend any school they want within the state without having to live in that district. → Read More

Another extension possible as KC Streetcar looks north

Progress is continuing to be made, extending the KC Streetcar 3.5 miles from the River Market to the UMKC campus by 2025. What many might not know is there might be another extension in the works. → Read More

Kansas bill to ‘axe the food tax’ is rejected

House Bill 2487, better known as Governor Laura Kelly’s “Axe the Food Tax” plan, would have eliminated the 6.5% state sales tax on groceries. → Read More

Residents forced to move for new jail unhappy with Jackson County

Jackson County is continuing to make strides in building a new county detention center. Just this morning, commissioners further discussed the project’s funding. → Read More

Students return to class after deadly stabbing at Northeast Middle School

A day after Northeast Middle School was placed on lockdown and dismissed early, students were back in the hallways and the classrooms. → Read More

Oak Park sophomore dies of fentanyl overdose

A local high school student has lost his life after taking a pill laced with a lethal amount of fentanyl. → Read More

Oak Park High School mourns loss of student who died from pill with ‘lethal amount’ of fentanyl

McCann stated that student resources and support staff would be made available for students processing the tragedy. → Read More

KCK Police Department holds peace walk

The Kansas City, KS. Police Department is striving to improve their relationship with the community. → Read More

KCPD asks for public’s help locating 1-year-old

“I will always see my child looking at me dead in my eyes as he was being yanked away from me,” the child's father said. → Read More

Man charged in fatal shooting at Overland Park rental property

Police have arrested and charged a man for allegedly killing Sharell Holloman of Wichita early Sunday morning. → Read More

Shawnee community honors local World War II veteran as he turns 103

The Shawnee community came together today to celebrate a World War II veteran who is now well-into his tenth decade on earth. → Read More

Urban Kansas City farm struggling due to inconsistent weather

Instead of being out in rural Kansas or Missouri with hundreds of acres, Young Family Farm has sat within the urban core of Kansas City on 39th and Wayne for more than seven years. → Read More

Annual Polar Plunge, the Special Olympics’ biggest fundraiser, kicked off Saturday

The KC metro came out in full force to Lake Olathe to take a colder than normal plunge for a good cause. → Read More

2 released from hospital following shooting at Olathe East High School

Police and emergency crews are on the scene of a shooting at Olathe East High School. → Read More

Dump truck crash in KCMO kills 2 city employees, leaves 1 other injured

The Kansas City community is in mourning following a fatal vehicle crash involving a city dump truck exiting off I-435. → Read More

KCPD identifies victims in triple shooting, child still hospitalized

A young boy is in serious condition and two adults are dead after an overnight triple shooting in an apartment complex parking lot in Kansas City. → Read More

Local nonprofit target of catalytic converter theft

A Kansas City nonprofit is trying to figure out why they were the target of a recent burglary. → Read More