Even worse, local TV news was first to break more important news about sketchy probation deals. Moreover, our blog community and social media called out gang connections way before dead-tree scribes . . . But today the newspaper relies on shock value to try and amass a crowd as they publish typical anti-gun sentiment. Meanwhile, booze, illegal immigration and even lackluster private security are all equally at fault. Checkit:
Shannon Watts was devastated when she woke up Sunday and saw the news. Her family had moved to Kansas City, Kansas, in the late 1990s. It wasn't considered an up-and-coming area, but it felt safe.