Could Kansas military recruiting officers soon be armed?

TOPEKA (KSNT)-Armed volunteers stood guard outside military recruitment centers in Alabama and Georgia on Monday. Standing up for the five military members killed at a Chattanooga, Tennessee recruitment office. “They didn’t have a chance, because they didn’t have nothing to shoot back at the guy with,” Bobby Lewis, concerned Kansan said. So far it’s believed […]
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TPD says narcotics, gangs involved in recent shootings

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Saturday evening, the Topeka Police Department released a statement with regard to the recent shootings in the city of Topeka. They said that they “do believe that narcotics and/or gangs are involved in these and believe individuals are attempting to retaliate against one another.” The full text of their statement is below: […]
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Saturday’s shooting Hi-Crest’s sixth, leaves 1 dead

TOPEKA (KSNT) — There has been another fatal shooting in Topeka’s Hi-Crest Neighborhood Saturday morning. Police responded to the 3300 block of SE Humboldt around 11:46 a.m. on reports that there had been a shooting. Upon arrival, officers found one subject that was struck by gunfire. Police told us the victim’s injuries were “definitely life-threatening.” […]
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Friday night shooting in Hi-Crest the neighborhood’s fifth

TOPEKA (KSNT) — Another shooting has happened in Topeka’s Hi-Crest Neighborhood late Friday night. It’s the second shooting in that area in less than 24 hours and the fifth in three weeks. The shooting happened around 9:20 p.m. in the 3300 block of Humboldt Street. Police took one male victim in his mid-30’s to Stormont-Vail […]
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Vigils held for Chattanooga shooting victims

CHATTANOOGA (WATE) – Community members all across the Chattanooga area were coming together Thursday and Friday to remember and pray after the deadly shooting that killed four Marines and injured several others. An interfaith prayer vigil got underway at Olivet Baptist Church Friday evening with hundreds of people in attendance. A number of pastors and […]
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Sources: Chattanooga gunman worked in Franklin, called out sick this week

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WKRN) – Multiple sources, including coworkers, told News 2 Thursday night the gunman in the Chattanooga shooting worked in Franklin. It’s believed Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, 24, worked at Superior Essex Inc. for at least the past three months. One employee told News 2 he called out sick both Monday and Tuesday. It wasn’t […]
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