It has truly been a privilege to anchor the news here at KSHB for the past 16 years.
Our city is full of fascinating, caring and dynamic people who have tremendous stories to tell.
I have had the wonderful job of telling some of these stories about you. And you have been there with me as I shared some difficult stories of my own.
I would like to leave 41 Action with something that will have a positive impact on our community.
Operation Breakthrough (then called St. Vincent’s) was the first non-profit I covered when I first arrived in Kansas City. They still serve some 400 children from the city’s urban core every day with a daycare and preschool.
But they need your help with food to feed these little children.
I have set up an online food drive with a link here. All you have to do is decide what you want to donate and do it by credit card.
It would be an honor for me if you would participate in it.
Thank you for sharing your lives with me. I will never forget the wonderful years I have spent here at 41 Action News with you.
Send your note of congratulations and best wishes to Elizabeth!
Operation Breakthrough was the first charity Elizabeth covered when she came to Kansas City. Now you have a chance to help her help Operation Breakthrough make a difference for Kansas City children.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James wishes Elizabeth Alex all the best in a letter sent on her last day. Read the entire letter inside.
Award winning journalist Elizabeth Alex is stepping down from her daily contribution to 41 Action News, but will remain involved with the news operation.
We say goodbye to one of our own as Elizabeth Alex anchors the 6 p.m. for the last time.
Every year, Elizabeth Alex travels to Romania with the Medical Missions Foundation to help deliver medical supplies and care for an orphanage. She shares the story of one teenage girl searching for something that would change her life.
For nearly a decade, a devoted group of people from Kansas City has made it their mission to support 14 children who live in a Romanian orphanage known as Deb’s House.
They have been picking pockets across the Kansas City area for some 30 years. But each year they become more popular than ever.
Dennis Moore spent a dozen years battling in the U.S. House of Representatives. Now he and his wife Stephene are facing a more daunting challenger -- Dennis's Alzheimer's disease.
When you see a yard sign for a political candidate, there is a good chance it came from Almar Printing in Waldo.
He's an author, radio host and businessman – all while carrying the torch for an Italian family tradition.
The leader of the Community Christian Church talks about Frank LLoyd Wright and his hopes for the community.
Images of Elizabeth
Elizabeth Alex ends her daily anchoring duties at 41 Action News on Feb. 27. See photos of her journey at the station.
It was an emotional farewell to Elizabeth Alex as the 41 Action News teams sends her off with best wishes and fond memories.