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  • March and prayer vigil for Olathe shooting victims

    Hundreds of mourners gathered Sunday at the Ball Conference Center in Olathe for a peace march and prayer vigil in response to the shooting Wednesday at an Olathe bar that left one dead and two wounded. Police are investigating whether the attack was racially motivated as two of the victims were of Indian descent.

Hundreds of mourners gathered Sunday at the Ball Conference Center in Olathe for a peace march and prayer vigil in response to the shooting Wednesday at an Olathe bar that left one dead and two wounded. Police are investigating whether the attack was racially motivated as two of the victims were of Indian descent. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Hundreds of mourners gathered Sunday at the Ball Conference Center in Olathe for a peace march and prayer vigil in response to the shooting Wednesday at an Olathe bar that left one dead and two wounded. Police are investigating whether the attack was racially motivated as two of the victims were of Indian descent. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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