Nathan Vickers, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Nathan Vickers

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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

Recent articles by Nathan:

FIFA officials visit Kansas City as part of 2026 World Cup bid process

Officials mentioned several advantages to Kansas City. Arrowhead Stadium, the proposed venue, is the fourth-largest stadium among the 17 finalist cities. → Read More

Cameron business raises money for family of Chillcothe teen who died from taking counterfeit pill

Rural communities are rallying to support the family of a 17-year-old girl found dead over the weekend. → Read More

Exploring Colin Powell's legacy at Fort Leavenworth

Colin Powell's distinguished military and political career was in many ways shaped in Kansas. → Read More

Supply chain woes worsen working conditions for truck drivers

GRAIN VALLEY, MO. -- A backlog of cargo and worsening supply chain issues have added to an already difficult job for truckers. → Read More

Three escaped cows roam Blue Springs, two euthanized

Three cows escaped from a meat processing business Wednesday afternoon, interfering with traffic and evading police officers for more than an hour. → Read More

Boone Theater among several 'transformative projects' in the works near 18th & Vine

An abandoned theater in the historic Jazz District is about to take on a new life under a team of developers looking to transform it. → Read More

Local tree company working to stop smoldering on property as smoke billows through neighborhoods

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A thick layer of smoke has been bothering neighborhoods in KCMO and Grandview for several days now. → Read More

Rural cemetery dating back to 1820s vandalized in Jackson County

Descendants of the people buried at the Greens Chapel Cemetery north of Grain Valley are trying to figure out what to do about more than 20 damaged tombstones. → Read More

Don Chilito's owner announces retirement, closure of restaurant

"Yeah, it's a fixture," said Grant Mong, who used to sneak away to the restaurant for lunch as a high schooler. "I've been coming here all my life." → Read More

KC Monarchs look to complete championship sweep in first season under new name

The Kansas City Monarchs could win the American Association Championship Series tonight with a win over the Fargo Redhawks. → Read More

Olathe East football coach remembered for mentorship, camaraderie with players

A 34-year-old Olathe football coach has died following a battle with COVID-19. → Read More

Following shooting, community leaders discuss improving security at SantaCaliGon Days

City leaders, outreach organizations, the chamber of commerce and police are looking toward next year's SantaCaliGon Days Festival with an eye on security. → Read More

Witnesses recount shooting at SantaCaliGon Days Festival

A day of holiday fun at the SantaCaliGon Days Festival in Independence took a frightening turn Sunday night, with fights and multiple shootings. Ultimately, an unknown suspect shot four people. → Read More

Scuffle breaks out at Lawrence elementary school over protestor's sign

LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) -- Every day, a demonstrator stands outside Sunset Hills Elementary School, holding up signs protesting the district and county's mask requirement. → Read More

KCMO pledges to transition city fleet to electric vehicles

City leaders pledged Monday to start replacing fleet vehicles with electric cars, trucks and busses as their gas-powered counterparts age out. → Read More

KCK pediatrician among doctors ditching traditional insurance in favor of direct care

The pandemic has driven some families to reexamine the healthcare they receive, and how they pay for it. → Read More

Hospitals offering signing bonuses, other incentives to attract workers

As the delta variant continues to strain hospital resources, many health providers are trying to attract workers to make up for staffing shortages. → Read More

Local agencies, volunteers prepare for weeks of hurricane relief efforts

Many local nonprofits and emergency response teams are mobilizing to help with relief efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi following Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Local doctors reinforce FDA warnings about consuming livestock Ivermectin products

Ivermectin products intended for livestock should not be consumed by humans, according to health officials, local physicians and veterinarians. → Read More

Labor of Love: Leavenworth man restores father's old 1976 GMC Sierra pickup

In Leavenworth, you might catch a glimpse of an antique truck rolling through town. → Read More