News to Know 3-27
News to Know 3-27
The news you need to know before you head out the door.
A victim in monday's shooting at a southeast kansas grocery store is now listed in fair condition.
The shooting happened at g-and-w foods in cherryvale.
Authorities say a store employee -- 28-year-old jamal brown of independence kansas -- shot a co-worker -- then shot and killed himself.
The surviving victim -- a 39-year-old man from independence -- has undergone surgery at a joplin hospital.
Authorities have not yet released his name.
Authorities in california have captured a suspect in a southeast kansas murder case.
The suspect is ty bohlander -- wanted in the murder of 64-year-old james mcfarland of tulsa.
The victim's body was discovered alongside a rural road near baxter springs in april 20-17.
Authorities believe the victim had been involved in a romantic relationship with ty bohlander's mother -- diane bohlander.
She's also a suspect in the murder -- but has not been found.
Two men head out for a quiet fishing trip - and end up saving a man's life.
Levi smith and his friend derek rice were on their way to go fishing when derek noticed flames out his window at a home in north miam-uh.
They pulled up - levi called 9-1-1 - derek kicked in the door, and found an elderly man nearly unconscious by the door.
The two men pulled him to safety - and now the family of that man, says their family, just got bigger.
Purdue pharma and its owners, the billionaire sackler family, have settled the first of many lawsuits accusing them of fueling the opioid crisis.
The makers of oxycontin agreed to pay the state of oklahoma 270 million dollars.
36 other states are also suing - and there's a federal case combining about 16-hundred lawsuits.
Tawnya: that's a check of today's top headlines.
The news you need to know -- before you head out