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Accused Jewish community shooter reportedly dying

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The white supremacist accused of killing three at two Jewish community centers in April is very ill with a serious lung disease. More>>

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Mourners remember wife, mother killed at Village Shalom

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Tears were shed and stories shared as hundreds gathered at a Kansas City church to remember the loving and giving life of Terri LaManno. More>>

Brownback welcomes input on need for hate-crime legislation

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Kansas does not have hate-crime legislation on its books, and Gov. Sam Brownback said he would welcome public input on the need for such legislation. More>>

Community honors 3 killed at Jewish sites

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The Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council invited people all over the world to come together on Easter to remember the victims killed in shootings at a Jewish center. More>>

Jewish center shooting eyewitness dodges bullets to help nab suspect

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In the harrowing moments of Sunday's tragedy when a grandfather and grandson were gunned down, one man dodged bullets while trying to help police catch the killer.
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Man on witness list in Jewish sites deaths charged

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A federal weapons charge has been filed against a witness in the case against a 73-year-old man accused of fatally shooting three people at suburban Kansas City Jewish sites. More>>

FBI: Jewish center shooting suspect did research before killings

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Evidence recovered from the home of a southwest Missouri man accused of killing three people outside two Kansas Jewish facilities last month indicates he researched directions to synagogues and kosher places to eat. More>>

Cross appears in court, hearing delayed until May

A 73-year-old white supremacist from Missouri accused of fatally shooting three people at Jewish sites in Kansas appeared in court long enough for his attorney to request a scheduling conference be pushed back a month. More>>

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