Emily Sinovic, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Emily Sinovic

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

Independence mom fighting school district over busing for daughter with special needs

An Independence mother says her daughter with special needs is at risk of getting seriously hurt because her school is taking away the only safe way for her to get → Read More

Inmate found dead, another escapes from Heartland Center

A temporary jail in Kansas City, Missouri is running into some major problems after one inmate was recently found dead and, for the second time in less than two months, → Read More

Sewage lines break, send waste into Missouri River

Sewage is spilling into the Missouri River and the problem may be worse than originally thought. → Read More

‘We barely made it out:’ family recalls surviving the Eldon tornado

Everyone survived in Eldon, but if you look around the town, you’ll see why everyone’s scratching their heads as to how that’s possible. → Read More

Kansas City widow says she was bilked out of $43,000 from contractor

A Kansas City family is brokenhearted & furious after losing their patriarch to ALS and Parkinson’s and then losing more than $43,000 to a contractor they say took that money → Read More

Victims concerned Missouri university failed to protect female students after reported rapes

Four women in a Missouri college town have said the same man sexually assaulted them. Hear from the victims concerned the university failed to protect its female students. → Read More

Shawnee teacher kicks student; mother says school ignored abuse

A mother says an elementary school teacher grabbed and kicked her 5-year-old daughter and when her daughter told a teacher about it, she says the school did nothing. → Read More

Study: Gluten-free items cost 2 to 3 times more, many still contain gluten

The results of a new study may have you pretty frustrated with restaurants where foods labeled “gluten-free” are hardly that. → Read More

New study finds falling for scams could be sign of undiagnosed brain impairment or dementia

A new study in the Annals of Internal Medicine found falling for scams could be a sign of the early stages of undiagnosed brain impairment or dementia. → Read More

Class action lawsuit accuses AT&T of lying to customers about DirecTV Now

A massive class action lawsuit accuses one of the biggest TV providers of lying to customers. → Read More

Kansas City water under ‘turbidity alert’ but safe

Kansas City's water is in bad shape and, with tens of thousands of visitors here for the NCAA Tournament and the U.S. Gymnastics meet that starts tomorrow, it’s the definition → Read More

Dream home nightmare: Roeland Park family spent thousands but only got excuses

A dream home turns into a disaster for a Roeland Park family who’s now fighting to get their money and their house back. → Read More

Pink tax: Why do women pay more for goods and services?

From clothes to deodorant to insurance, men are spending less than women. See what is behind the “pink tax” causing women to pay more for the same products. → Read More

CBD: Are you getting what you paid for?

CBD is unregulated and unchecked. It is the biggest health craze taking over the nation. But do you know what it is and are you getting what you paid for? → Read More

Earn a little extra cash without any extra work with these easy side hustles

It’s another day, another dollar with new ways to earn cash appearing in the metro. See how people are hustling to boost their bank accounts and how you can make → Read More

What you can do to save money on your prescriptions

It seems like prescription drugs will keep getting more expensive with no end in sight, but here's what you can do to try and save money. → Read More

Growing number of patients turning to urgent care

A growing number of people are going to urgent care instead of their primary care doctor. → Read More

Suicide, at 50-year peak, pushes down US life expectancy

Suicides and drug overdoses pushed up U.S. deaths last year, and drove a continuing decline in how long Americans are expected to live. → Read More

Call for Action: Avoiding devices that can spy on you

Before you drop of a lot of money on gadgets this holiday season, you should know some internet-connected devices may not be as secure as others. → Read More

Who pays the bill when your child is attacked at school?

When a student is hurt by a bully, what kind of rights do you have as a parent and who gets stuck with the medical bill? → Read More