Rae Daniel, 41 Action News

Rae Daniel

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Rae:

BOE extends deadline for Jackson County property tax assessment appeals to September 1

The Board of Equalization (BOE) extended the deadline to file a formal property tax assessment appeal to September 1. → Read More

'Make A Splash' program makes big waves in Wyandotte County

According to the CDC, around ten people die from unintentional drownings everyday. → Read More

Doctor shares tips for keeping kids safe around the pool this Fourth of July

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, drowning is the leading cause of injury-related deaths for children between the ages of one and four years old. → Read More

Potential murals in downtown Overland Park await city council approval

A group of artists is looking to brighten up parts of downtown Overland Park, Kansas, through a mural project. → Read More

High school choir joins hands to help classmate who's blind

A group of Northland students get ready for their choir class every Tuesday and Thursday at Staley High School. But in this class, they don't just sing. → Read More

Man dead, woman critically injured in northeast KC double shooting

A man is dead and woman is in critical condition after a double shooting in northeast Kansas City. → Read More

Heavy rainfall puts damper on pothole patching

After a winter that shattered records and seemed almost never-ending, fixing potholes is no easy task — and it's been made even more difficult by recent continued heavy rainfall. → Read More

New partnership brings more career opportunities to Olathe, Kansas, students

A new partnership between Olathe Public Schools and Garmin is allowing students more options about life after high school. → Read More

Amid continued heavy rainfall, Grandview monitors flood-prone areas

A handful of Grandview, Missouri, departments team up when heavy rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast. → Read More

Kansas City Parade of Homes kicks off this weekend

The Spring Parade of Homes in Kansas City kicks off this weekend and runs through May 12. → Read More

Kansas City Comets prepare for playoff game against Milwaukee Wave

The Kansas City Comets are on their way to the playoffs Thursday and the team is ready. → Read More

Independence teacher to compete on American Ninja Warrior

Annie Dudek is a P.E. teacher at William Southern Elementary in Independence, Missouri. On Thursday morning, she's hitting the road to Oklahoma City, to compete on American Ninja Warrior. → Read More

Tips for spring planting in unpredictable Kansas City weather

Springtime is here! But in Kansas City, especially in April, weather can be unpredictable. → Read More

2 homes a total loss, another damaged after fire near 59th and Wabash

The Kansas City Fire Department battled a large house fire near 59th and Wabash around 2:30 Friday morning. → Read More

Missouri River in Parkville now expected to crest at 33.7 feet by Saturday

Right now, the Missouri River at Parkville is at 30.44 feet. The National Weather Service expects it to crest at 33.7 feet by Saturday evening. → Read More

How Kansas City is using technology in sewers to detect overflows

Have you ever thought about technology being used in sewer systems? → Read More

MoDOT construction on Interstate 435, Interstate 70 interchange to close ramps until December 2020

The Missouri Department of Transportation is transforming the I-435 and I-70 interchange over the next year and a half. → Read More

5 tires later, Northland neighbor expresses frustration with pothole problems

According to the 311 service map, there are roughly 23 reports of potholes along Northwest 68th Street in the Northland. → Read More

Fire officials investigate overnight church fire in KCMO

The Kansas City Fire Department is investigating a fire that broke out at Calvary Temple Baptist Church near 30th and Holmes around 2 a.m. Tuesday. → Read More

The flu vaccine is more effective this season, data shows

Researchers with the CDC say there's been a large difference between this flu season and last. → Read More