Rae Daniel, 41 Action News

Rae Daniel

41 Action News

Kansas City, MO, United States

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  • 10 News San Diego
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Recent articles by Rae:

Basehor-Linwood senior addresses school shootings

It's not a topic that's easy discuss: school shootings are happening more and more often in the US. → Read More

New $56 million Prospect MAX line starts service Monday

Riders are getting on board the new Prospect MAX bus line in Kansas City, Missouri. → Read More

How USPS handles holiday rush

From now until the end of the year, the United States Postal Service estimates it will send out roughly 20.5 million packages a day. → Read More

NKC teenager creates bags to lighten load for cancer patients

At Oak Park High School, when 16-year-old Cherlyn Rich isn't studying, she likes to get a little crafty. → Read More

Shoppers make last stop to Fritz's for smoked turkeys

It's an annual tradition for many in the metro area: Getting a smoked turkey from Fritz's. → Read More

Holiday travelers headed west can expect flight delays

Just days away from Thanksgiving, holiday travel is picking up across the country. But if you're traveling Tuesday morning, your flight may be delayed. → Read More

Historic 18th and Vine District celebrates first tree lighting event

On Monday, the historic 18th and Vine District welcomed a Christmas tree for its first ever tree lighting event. → Read More

Unique program creates harmony inside, outside the classroom

The sounds of violins, violas flutes and cellos are just some of the joyful noises you'll hear as you walk through Harmony Project KC's doors. → Read More

Mayor Quinton Lucas to host town hall meeting Saturday

Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas will be hosting a town hall meeting this weekend called, "You and Mayor Q." → Read More

Veterans Community Project to finish Phase III of tiny homes in December

According to the Veterans Community Project, roughly 200 veterans are looking for a place to sleep for the night in the metro area. → Read More

Park Hill School Board to vote on new start times Thursday

On Thursday at 7 p.m., the Park Hill School District Board of Education will vote on a recommendation to change the start times for the 2020-2021 school year. → Read More

Edgemoor: 'We prepare for' winter, expect minimal weather-related delays

The new terminal at Kansas City International Airport remains on track to open in early 2023, and leaders are hopeful winter weather will have minimal impact on that timeline. → Read More

A continued nuisance: Illegal dumping remains a problem in some neighborhoods

Earlier this week, the city cleaned up nearly 2100 tires in just one spot in Kansas City. → Read More

I-70 lanes back open, some ramps remain closed

All lanes of Interstate 70 have reopened after a seven-mile stretch was closed over the weekend. → Read More

Bonner Springs to break ground on new Government Services Center

On Saturday, the city of Bonner Springs will hold a groundbreaking event for its new Government Services Center. → Read More

Hallmark parking garage damaged in dumpster truck crash

No one was injured in a crash involving a dumpster truck Thursday morning. → Read More

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