Nathan Vickers, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Nathan Vickers

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent:
  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
Past:
  • FOX Carolina News
  • WFSB Channel 3
  • WBTV News
  • FOX 5 Las Vegas

Recent articles by Nathan:

Respiratory therapist accused of murdering patient makes first court appearance in Johnson County

U.S. Marshals, assisted by the Overland Park Police Department, arrested Jennifer Hall Thursday night at an extended stay hotel in Overland Park near I-435 and Metcalf. → Read More

Families of patients who died 20 years ago hoping charges against respiratory therapist will bring answers

Families of the other patients now hope the investigation will bring them more answers. → Read More

Granddaughter wants answers in grandmother’s death, hopes new murder charges will lead to the truth

Franco’s death is outlined in charging documents as one of a string of suspicious deaths which occurred during a three-month period. → Read More

Pavement scanners help Independence with street study

Long winters take their toll on local streets, but some cities are turning to modern solutions to get ahead of cracks in the pavement. → Read More

Man sentenced to life in prison for setting woman on fire

A man who waited for a woman outside her apartment, poured gas on her, and set her on fire will spend the rest of his life in prison. → Read More

Kansas casinos preparing to allow sports betting, pending Governor Kelly’s signature

Under the new bill betting would be allowed via a mobile app or in-person at a state-sanctioned casino. → Read More

City of Olathe studying how to improve Santa Fe Street corridor

The City of Olathe is studying the stretch of road and asking for public input on how to ease traffic and make the roadway safer. → Read More

Independence adds license plate readers along Noland Road

The cameras will photograph cars and log the plates as they pass through, similar to devices used in Kansas City and by several other police departments. → Read More

14-year-old charged in connection with weekend murder in Kansas City

A 14-year-old has been charged in the death of a Kansas City man. → Read More

Petitioners in the KC metro push for marijuana legalization

Today, petitioners in the Kansas City metro were collecting signatures for a ballot initiative that would expand Missouri’s law to allow recreational use. → Read More

Family, friends of slain KC middle school student demand answers from school district

Family and friends chanted “Justice for Manny,” and called for answers from the school district. → Read More

‘Sign of new life’: Traditional Easter Sunday celebrations return to the Kansas City metro area

Easter services brought light back to many churches in the metro that were unable to hold large events for the past two years. → Read More

Judge rules that juvenile suspect in fatal school stabbing will remain in Juvenile Detention Center

A Jackson County judge ruled that the juvenile suspect in this week’s fatal stabbing at Northeast Middle School will stay in the Juvenile Detention Facility. → Read More

‘He’s gone forever’: Mother of child stabbed in Kansas City middle school speaks about loss

Two days after a stabbing inside a Kansas City middle school left a student dead and another charged with murder, the victim’s mother is talking about the tragedy. → Read More

Crime prevention groups react to 4 homicides in Kansas City in 24 hours

Crime prevention groups and city leaders are expressing their concerns over a string of violent crimes in Kansas City, Missouri. → Read More

Communities connected by Merriam Drive and Lane discuss redevelopment

City planners met with residents and businesses along Merriam Drive and Merriam Lane to answer questions about proposed improvements along the corridor. → Read More

Mission police chief requests resources from Metro Squad in teen homicide investigation

“Violence is not something we’re used to,” the police chief said. “I want people in Mission to know we have a dedicated group of professionals who are out here seven days a week, 24 hours a day.” → Read More

More than 28k Royals fans turn out at Kauffman for opening day

Despite a day of dismal weather, Royals fans turned out at Kauffman Stadium for opening day. → Read More

DEA, KC police warn parents of deadly counterfeit pills responsible for thousands of overdoses

This week, a Northland teen died of an overdose after taking a pill containing the potent synthetic opioid fentanyl. → Read More

Jayhawks fan diagnosed with cancer inspires team

The Kansas Jayhawks won’t be without some superfan support on their run to the Final Four. → Read More