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  • Homicide victims of 2016 remembered at prayer vigil

    The AdHoc Group Against Crime and community members held a prayer vigil outside its offices at 3116 Prospect Avenue for the family and friends of homicide victims from the past year. The names of area homicide victims were read and balloons were released.

The AdHoc Group Against Crime and community members held a prayer vigil outside its offices at 3116 Prospect Avenue for the family and friends of homicide victims from the past year. The names of area homicide victims were read and balloons were released. Jill Toyoshiba and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star
The AdHoc Group Against Crime and community members held a prayer vigil outside its offices at 3116 Prospect Avenue for the family and friends of homicide victims from the past year. The names of area homicide victims were read and balloons were released. Jill Toyoshiba and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star

The killing began quickly and continued all year — KC’s 2016 homicide toll rises to 125

December 31, 2016 8:00 AM