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Topic - Steve Howe
A white supremacist charged in shootings that left three people dead at two Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City was brought into a video conference room in a wheelchair Tuesday to make his first court appearance.
Kansas legislators wrestled Tuesday with whether revelations about the federal government's domestic surveillance program should prompt limits on electronic data-gathering by state and local government agencies.
LaManno's death doesn't meet the standard for capital murder, Howe said, but he would not provide details or evidence to explain.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said specific details about actions that led to the charges against Cross are contained in an affidavit, which under Kansas law is not considered public information.