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JCC shooting victim's rendition of national anthem opens Royals game

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Reat Underwood, 14, thought the ultimate stage would be a Major League ballpark. He always dreamed of singing the National Anthem for the Kansas City Royals. The team made that happen Saturday.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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