Dennis Britton, an employee at the Excel Industries plant in Hesston, talked about what it was like being shot by the gunman Thursday in Hes…
Sarah J. Hopkins, 28, Newton, is charged with one count of knowingly transferring a firearm to a convicted felon.
The federal government informed WPD that it could spend $250,000 in matching funds for the program.
Capt. Roger Soldan said investigators have determined the attack on the boy happened while the bus was in Barton County.
For William Gray, it was his first day on the job at Excel, and one that he will never forget.
Jordan Schnider, Excel Employee, was impacted and experienced the tragedy first hand.
Authorities on Friday afternoon released the names of three victims who died in a shooting Thursday afternoon.
A small makeshift memorial has been started outside of Excel Industries.
Lincoln Perk, a coffee shop in Hesston, decided to make the healing process easier .
Excel released a statement regarding Thursday’s shooting.
The Hesston Mennonite Church offering prayer times every hour.
A co-worker says the man who attacked the Kansas lawnmower parts plant left work early without explanation.
“Had that Hesston officer not done what he did, this would be a whole lot more tragic,” Walton said.
The man law enforcement officers have said opened fire inside the Excel Industries plant was identified as Cedric Ford.
Officials held a press conference to update the public about Thursday night’s shooting.