An Arkansas City woman is requesting cards for her children as they deal with the death of their youngest brother, Tucker Shannon.
An Arkansas City woman is requesting cards for her children as they deal with the death of their youngest brother, Tucker Shannon. Dawn Shannon Courtesy photo
An Arkansas City woman is requesting cards for her children as they deal with the death of their youngest brother, Tucker Shannon. Dawn Shannon Courtesy photo

Christmas cards requested for Kansas kids who miss their baby brother

December 17, 2017 12:59 PM

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    9-year-old Miles Harris was named chief for a day by the Topeka Police Department after calling 911 when his grandparents scaffolding collapsed underneath them. (Music by Bensound.com)