Kelli Taylor, KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kelli Taylor

KCTV5 - Kansas City

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Kelli:

'Buy now, pay later' services are the new wave.

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- “I’ve used Klarna,” said Casey Alvarez. → Read More

Investigators say metal fatigue played part in United Airlines flight engine failure

The investigation into the engine failure of a Boeing 777 could take more than a year, officials said, but already the picture is becoming clearer about what happened to the → Read More

A California woman's new ID has a photo of her wearing a face mask

(CNN) -- If a picture is worth a thousand words, a California woman's ID photo says a lot about life during the pandemic. → Read More

Robinhood is buying a Super Bowl ad after its GameStop fiasco

Robinhood, the stock trading app that helped fuel GameStop mania and ended up in a PR crisis, is running a Super Bowl ad. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns people not to post COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media

No matter how excited you are about getting your vaccine, the Better Business Bureau is warning you: Avoid sharing photos of your Covid-19 vaccine cards. → Read More

FBI seeking info related to violent activity at U.S Capitol

The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence in Washington, DC. → Read More

Jerseys worn during Army-Navy game honored local man's Wolfhound unit

PLATTE CITY, MO (KCTV5) -- One local group watched the Army-Navy game very closely. → Read More

Officials aiming to have Covid-19 vaccine administered within 96 hours of authorization

Covid-19 vaccines will be distributed to vulnerable populations within days of any decision to authorize them, an official said, as coronavirus hospitalizations in the US are at an all-time high. → Read More

Thieves use SUV to break into Blue Springs gun shop

Thieves backed a SUV through the front of HDS Firearms on Main Street in Blue Springs during the early morning hours Tuesday. → Read More

Health officials: COVID-19 vaccination card will be issued to everyone who gets vaccine

The Department of Defense released the first images of a Covid-19 vaccination record card and vaccination kits Wednesday. → Read More

CVS, Walgreens preparing to be among first in U.S. to give coronavirus vaccines once approved

CVS and Walgreens are preparing to be among the first companies in the u-s to give coronavirus vaccines if the FDA approves one for emergency use. → Read More

Google, Wyclef Jean partner to help Black-owned businesses get through the holidays

Wyclef Jean and Google are joining forces this week to help struggling Black-owned businesses survive the holiday sales season, which is expected to be a rough one for small business → Read More

People names Michael B. Jordan "Sexiest Man ALive"

Welcome Michael B. Jordan to the Sexiest Man Alive club. → Read More

Oreo is finally releasing gluten-free cookies

If you're gluten-intolerant, traditional Oreos have been on the no-no list. But that's about to change. → Read More

Ticketmaster wants concertgoers to show negative COVID test results or proof of vaccination to attend concerts

If fans want to attend concerts in the future they may have to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, Ticketmaster announced Thursday. → Read More

Park Hill track star signs college letter of intent despite canceled track season

Park Hill High School track star, Caleia Johnson, signed a college letter of intent Wednesday. → Read More

General Motors looking to fill tech positions

Kansas City, MO (KCTV) -- General Motors is looking to fill a lot of tech positions. → Read More

FTC warns of fake websites selling Clorox, Lysol cleaning wipes

The Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers of bogus sites selling Clorox and Lysol wipes. → Read More

Social distancing failing at many parks in Kansas City

Kansas City has been under stay-home orders and social distancing guidelines for nearly a week, but those guidelines seemed to fail over the weekend at city parks. → Read More

Downtown KC businesses getting ready for Chiefs parade

A parade is planned for Wednesday but businesses downtown are still in the dark about the exact route the parade will take. → Read More