Rae Daniel, 41 Action News

Rae Daniel

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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  • News 5 Cleveland
  • ABC 13 Las Vegas
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Recent articles by Rae:

One Class at a Time announces second winner: George Jefferson

For Kansas City mom, Marla Gibson, George Jefferson is part of her village. → Read More

KC graphic designer creating conversations with playing cards

Kansas City native, Kearra Johnson loves to play cards. → Read More

Meet the voice behind the National Anthem for Chiefs playoff game

Navy veteran and long time Chiefs fan, Generald Wilson is excited to cheer on the Chiefs this Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. → Read More

Visiting Nurse Association working on vaccination plan for home, hospice care providers

More health care workers are getting the vaccinations needed to fight COVID-19. → Read More

Kansas City mother opens Bizzy Babies to help families celebrate birthdays

Some birthday parties were forced to be canceled or changed due to the pandemic. Mother, Diamond Fuse, started her own business to make sure kids could still make fun memories on their birthday. → Read More

Mental health becomes focus of local church leaders

We all know this has been a trying year. And for people struggling, many in the faith community lean on their pastor or faith leader for support. → Read More

Park Hill teacher awarded grant to diversify classroom library

A Park Hill High School teacher is making sure books are a reflection of her students. → Read More

New Reflections helping trucking industry fill jobs

Industries such as theaters, hotels and restaurants saw some of their worst hits and forced layoffs. However, the trucking industry is in high demand. → Read More

New, free online tool connects students to scholarships

College is expensive and sometimes it can be difficult knowing where to start to help pay for it. → Read More

SevenDays Kindness annual event goes virtual

For its second year in a row, the SevenDays annual week-long event will be held virtual next April, due to the pandemic. → Read More

Healthcare worker starts online business to bring flare to scrubs

For healthcare worker Shafawn Morrison, she's incorporating fashion into her field, with her new online business. → Read More

How to help H.E.R.O.E.S. Care this holiday season

As we approach the holidays, organizations have been working hard to try and meet the increased demand for families who need assistance. → Read More

Scraps KC's new 'Getting Tuesday' initiative highlights small businesses

Scraps KC has a new twist on this year's Day of Giving. → Read More

Scraps KC expanding its reach with online presence

Scraps KC, a Kansas City nonprofit and resale shop, is expanding its reach with its online presence amid the pandemic. → Read More

Park Hill School District 5th grader shares virtual learning experience

It's class time for fifth graders at Chinn Elementary in the Park Hill School District. → Read More

Shawnee Mission North senior receives $1.3 million in scholarship offers

While the pandemic halted many things, it did not stop one high school senior's determination. → Read More

KCATA partners with Haskell Indian Nations University for pilot program

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is partnering with Haskell Indian Nations University for a pilot program. → Read More

Leawood middle schooler creates MaskerAIDS benefiting families in need

Walking down the streets, grocery stores and airports, face coverings are the current reality. → Read More

KC Scholars celebrates 4 years providing scholarships for students in need

Avila University freshman Kenyon Childress is enjoying his first year of college. → Read More

Health officials urge people to get the flu shot, especially this year

While the threat of COVID-19 is still out there, Health care experts are urging people to remember to get their flu shot. → Read More