Chiefs owner John Dorsey dies at 88

Chiefs owner and chairman John Dorff died Monday at 88.

Dorsey is survived by his wife, daughter and son.

The Kansas City Star reports Dorsey had cancer in his lung and underwent surgery in September.

Dorff had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2013.

Dorries wife, Nancy, died in 2014.

Dorner, a former LAPD officer, was accused of assaulting a woman and fired by the LAPD in October.

Dorson was arrested in August 2016 and charged with multiple felonies and a murder.

Dorseys father, Bill, was charged with second-degree murder in the June 2015 shooting of his ex-wife.

Dorons daughter, Kimberley, died of cancer in May.

Dorz, who worked as a consultant for NBC’s “Sunday Night Football,” had served as president of the Los Angeles Chargers for more than 15 years.

He died at his home in Corona del Mar, Calif.

Dorfers son, Brandon, and two daughters, Lola and Megan, were named honorary members of Dorsey’s legacy.

Doros foundation said it was honoring Dorsey with a memorial service on Thursday.

Police: Man killed by gas in Walmart parking lot in north Georgia

UPDATE 8:20 p.m.

Authorities say a man who died Saturday while being transported to a hospital for treatment of suspected gas poisoning in an Ohio Walmart parking lots was killed by a gas leak.

The Columbus Dispatch reports police responded to a call at a Walmart in the 800 block of West Main Street about 4:15 p.d.

Authorities said a man died after suffering from a possible gas leak and an officer smelled gas.

The man was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

An officer found the man on the ground and pronounced him dead at the scene.

The cause of death is under investigation.