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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

St. Joseph State of the City address discusses growth, plans for 2020

The State of the City address highlighted 2019 capital investments, initiatives to tackle blight, and what 2020 holds for the City of St. Joseph.

Highway Patrol announces new leader for Troop H

On Friday, the top official of the state law enforcement agency announced Missouri State Highway Patrol's Lt. Clark N. Stratton, as the new commanding officer of the Troop H unit.

Group speaks out after Albany Superintendent placed on paid administrative leave

The Albany School Superintendent was placed on paid administrative leave in early February but city residents say they still are waiting to find out why.

Craig water customers asked to boil water

The City of Craig has sent out a boil water advisory following a potential water tower leak that occurred Sunday.

Cup of Joe Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Local entrepreneurs collaborate their successes and lessons while growing their own businesses.

Red Cross sounds alarm for increasing house fire deaths

The American Red Cross is sounding the alarm about the increasing number of deaths in Missouri caused by fires.

Former Cameron teacher pleads guilty to state statutory sodomy charge

Derek Williams, 40, was sentenced to five years in prison during a hearing in a Clinton County courtroom Monday.

Platte County jury convicts woman who murdered ex-husband

A jury convicted a Park woman of killing her former husband, whose body was found in his Riverside home 12 years ago.

Sheriff's Office warns of latest phone scam

The Buchanan County Sheriff's Office has received a report of another phone scam. The caller says they are an employee of the Sheriff's office and that if they are not paid over the phone they will be arrested.

St. Joseph doctor talks newly FDA- approved peanut allergy treatment

A local doctor explained the benefits and limitations of the new FDA approved peanut allergy treatment.

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Tomorrow we will see lots of sunshine as a area of high pressure continues to move into northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. The colder temperatures will start to move away from the area on Saturday. Then over the weekend we will warm up dramatically with highs in the 50s and watch for our next chance for rain on Sunday.
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