WICHITA, Kansas (AP) - Attorneys for the woman who opened an abortion clinic in Wichita have cited the city's decades-long history of anti-abortion violence in a case seeking to protect her from a pastor.
Trust Women founder Julie Burkhart wants to make a protection from stalking order against Mark Holick permanent. A Thursday hearing on the request was delayed.
Holick is accused of picketing Burkhart's home and handing out "wanted-style" fliers with Burkhart's address. He also allegedly held a sign that read, "Where's your church?"
Holick contends his actions are protected under the First Amendment.
A new filing calls Holick's statements incitements to violence.
The Trust Women clinic opened in the building that housed a clinic run by Dr. George Tiller, who was gunned down in 2009 at his church by an abortion opponent.
The preliminary hearing for four suspects has been delayed.
A Wichita man says he was robbed after seeing a movie. Now, police are trying to locate the victim for more questioning.
The Wichita City Council voted Tuesday to allow concealed/carry weapons inside libraries, recreation centers and some other city-owned buildings.
David Kwiatkowski's six-month stint at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs medical center was about to end in 2008 when a doctor proposed extending the traveling technician's contract. Don't do it, one nurse warned.
Residents along the East Coast and in the Appalachians woke up to snow Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
Grand jury clears cop seen pushing K-9 into a surrendering suspect's car window after a chase and crash.
Police release few details in death of 14-year-old Mesa, Arizona girl.