Clear Channel Will Air 'Divisive' Abortion Clinic Ads

Earlier this summer, KZSN, the Clear Channel-owned radio station for Wichita, Kansas refused to air ads advertising the South Wind Women's Center, calling the ads "divisive". On Wednesday, after almost two months, Clear Channel said that they'd reinstate the ads to their airwaves. » 8/28/13 1:25pm 8/28/13 1:25pm

Anti-Choicers Say Protests at Tiller's Former Clinic Are Too Disruptve

A number of anti-abortion groups want the Wichita City Council to rezone the neighborhood that hosts the recently opened South Wind Women’s Center, located in the same building where Dr. George Tiller provided abortions before he was murdered by an anti-choicer, because the aggressive protests would disrupt residential … » 8/13/13 12:20pm 8/13/13 12:20pm

Clear Channel Won't Run Women's Center Ads Because They're ‘Divisive’

News broke Wednesday that a Wichita radio station owned by Clear Channel chose not to run ads for the South Wind Women's Center because of "decency standards." They've since elaborated to explain that yes, the ads was too controversial and they try to air "non-divisive" content at all times. » 7/26/13 11:45am 7/26/13 11:45am

Massive Media Company Pulls Ads for Famous Women's Health Center

The South Wind Women's Center, known best as the women's health clinic formerly run by Dr. George Tiller that reopened years after he was killed by an anti-abortion activist, has run into trouble yet again. Clear Channel, the media company responsible for bringing thousands of radio channels to listeners across the… » 7/24/13 6:00pm 7/24/13 6:00pm

Dr. Tiller's Former Wichita Abortion Clinic Is Finally Back in Business

Julie Burkhart and her team are finally ready to re-open the Wichita, Kansas abortion clinic George Tiller ran before he was fatally shot by anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder four years ago. The clinic, now called South Wind Women's Center, will be the first abortion clinic to operate in Wichita since Roeder was… » 4/02/13 7:00pm 4/02/13 7:00pm

George Tiller's Former Abortion Clinic Will Reopen, Dammit

The Wichita, Kansas abortion clinic George Tiller ran before he was fatally shot by anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder will soon be back in business. Julie Burkhart, its new leader (and one of Tiller's former employers and mentees) faces both old and new challenges as she and her team prepare to provide for the women … » 1/25/13 10:25am 1/25/13 10:25am