Madeline McClain

Madeline joined the KQ2 team in February 2018.

Title: Reporter / Anchor

Madeline McClain is a multi-media journalist from Independence, Missouri.

She joined KQ2 News in February 2018 after attending the University of Missouri for journalism and law school. In 2015, she passed the Missouri Bar while finishing her dual J.D. and Masters Degree.

When Maddie's not in the newsroom or chasing down stories, she enjoys traveling. She studied abroad in Paris, London and Capetown.

Recent Posts by Madeline McClain

KCP&L prepared to shut off power in parts of northwest Missouri due to flooding

Kansas City Power and Light said Wednesday that electricity has been shut off for some customers in Northwest Missouri and it may need to pull more plugs soon.

St. Joseph Cathedral hosts Priest's 150-year-old Heart

St. Jean Vianney’s Incorrupt Heart was on display at St. Joseph Cathedral Tuesday afternoon before continuing on its pilgrimage this week.

County officials control waters rising in Lake Contrary area

Area leaders worked on Tuesday to control seepage along the Missouri River in the south end of St. Joseph.

Mound City opens temporary shelter for people in need

People forced to flee floodwaters in Holt County can find shelter in Mound City Tuesday night.

St. Joseph high school student shows off business to local entrepreneurs

Grace Gregory, 18, is a high school student and business owner in St. Joseph. She presented her story to a room full of local business owners Wednesday morning.

Sentences handed down in 2016 double-murders on Safari Drive

Two people involved in the 2016 double-murders on Safari drive were sentenced Monday.

Sheriff's prescription dropbox overflowing, less than a month old

The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department unveiled a prescription dropbox less than three weeks ago and it's already completely full.

St. Joseph City Council expected to vote on marijuana zoning resolution tonight

The St. Joseph City Council will debate and vote on a general and zoning ordinance related to where marijuana facilities will be allowed to operate.

Buchanan County Prosecutor's office aiming to get repeat offenders longer, harsher sentences

A few months into office and Buchanan County Prosecutor Ron Holliday is trying to make good on his campaign promise—getting repeat offenders longer and harsher sentences.

Prosecutors crack down on career criminals

Prosecutors and law enforcement announced a joint initiative to aggressively pursue harsher sentences for career criminals.

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