Kirkwood City Hall Shooting: Ten Years Later - KMOV.com

A candle was lit for each life lost. Credit: KMOV A candle was lit for each life lost. Credit: KMOV

Remembrance ceremony held to mark 10 years since the Kirkwood City Hall shooting

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A remembrance ceremony was held Wednesday to mark 10 years since six people died in a shooting at Kirkwood City Hall

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'I've taken a chair to a gunfight and this act can’t work much longer': City attorney recalls Kirkwood City Hall shooting Video included

John Hessel recounted the Kirkwood City Hall shooting 10 years later (Credit: KMOV) John Hessel recounted the Kirkwood City Hall shooting 10 years later (Credit: KMOV)
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Kirkwood City Attorney John Hessel was in city hall when Charles Lee ‘Cookie’ Thornton opened fire in 2008.

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Son remembers father killed at Kirkwood City Hall: 'He was mine and my brother's best friend'

The Biggs Family (Credit: Family) The Biggs Family (Credit: Family)
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Sgt. Biggs' widow, Cindy, told News 4 it feels like the shooting happened forever ago, and yet at the same time, as if it were just yesterday. While she didn't want to speak on camera, their son, Cody, shared his memories of his father.

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Remembrance held to honor victims of 2008 Kirkwood City Hall shooting

Police surround Kirkwood City Hall after a gunman opened fire inside in Feb. 7, 2008 (Credit: KMOV) Police surround Kirkwood City Hall after a gunman opened fire inside in Feb. 7, 2008 (Credit: KMOV)
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The city of Kirkwood is planning to honor the lives lost after a gunman went on a shooting rampage at city hall 10 years ago with a remembrance ceremony.

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Kirkwood Shooting Archives: Wife of shooter speaks out

February 7, 2018 marks the 10-year anniversary of the Kirkwood City Hall shooting that left seven dead, including the shooter, Charles "Cookie" Thornton.

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