KSALLINK.com
Careers at SRHC
Coaches Show

Deer Crash Sends Woman To Hospital

By ksal-staff On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 14:03:04

Deer Crash Sends Woman To Hospital

An Alabama woman is transported to the hospital in Salina late Saturday night after a truck she is riding in collides with a deer. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 42-year-old Morgan Fouliard was driving a pickup truck headed east on Interstate 70. He hit a southbound deer that crossed int...

 
 

No Powerball Winner, Jackpot Over $250 Million

By ksal-staff On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 13:44:44

No Powerball Winner, Jackpot Over $250 Million

There was no jackpot winner in Saturday night’s $221 million Powerball drawing. According to the lottery, the estimated jackpot for Wednesday is $257 million. The cash option is $151.9 million. Both of those numbers could likely rise within the next couple of days. The winning numbers Saturd...

 
 

Scam Uses Legitimate News To Con Victims

By associated-press On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 13:34:31

Scam Uses Legitimate News To Con Victims

A new email scam is playing off the good fortunes of a Kansas City man who won a huge lottery last year to entice potential victims to shell out hundreds of dollars to claim their share of the prize. People all over the U.S. have received emails saying the local mechanic who won a $71.5 million P...

 
 

Inmate Disputes Lawyer’s Claims

By associated-press On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 13:30:31

Inmate Disputes Lawyer’s Claims

A Kansas inmate whose capital murder conviction and death sentence were overturned last year is refuting his attorney's claims that the prisoner devised the trial strategy that led to his 2005 conviction. 41-year-old Phillip Cheatham says attorney Dennis Hawver coerced him into approving a strate...

 
 

Kansas Community Facing Housing Shortage

By associated-press On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 13:24:47

Kansas Community Facing Housing Shortage

A southern Kansas community is trying to figure out how to house hundreds of new employees a local company plans to start hiring in the next six months. Arkansas City is in a predicament because housing in the area is scarce and Creekstone Farms is planning to add 300 more workers to its staff of...

 
 

Kansas AG to help lead anti-trafficking group

By associated-press On Sat, 07 Jun 2014 21:13:52

Kansas AG to help lead anti-trafficking group

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has been named by his colleagues across the country as the vice chairman of their national Human Trafficking Committee. The Kansas Republican successfully pushed legislation in 2013 aimed at strengthening state laws against human trafficking and providing bet...

 
 

Tiahrt names campaign chief for race in Kansas 4th

By associated-press On Sat, 07 Jun 2014 20:03:35

Tiahrt names campaign chief for race in Kansas 4th

Former Kansas congressman Todd Tiahrt has picked a longtime colleague to manage his campaign to recapture his old seat in the state's 4th Congressional District. Tiahrt announced Tuesday that Robert Noland would serve as his campaign manager. Noland had been executive director of the Kansas Fa...

 
 

Kansas businessman opens independent US Senate bid

By associated-press On Sat, 07 Jun 2014 20:00:04

Kansas businessman opens independent US Senate bid

A northeast Kansas businessman is running for the U.S. Senate as an independent candidate and advocating open primary elections to blunt what he says is the influence of extremists in both major parties. Greg Orman of Olathe met with reporters Wednesday at the Statehouse as part of a six-city tou...

 
 

Congressman Talks VA With Veterans

By toddpittenger On Sat, 07 Jun 2014 14:38:09

Congressman Talks VA With Veterans

Kansas Congressman Tim Huelskamp was in Salina Saturday morning, speaking to a group of veterans. The congressman spoke at the state VFW convention, addressing the VA hospital and healthcare situation.  Huelskamp, who sits on the house committee of veterans affairs, has been outspoken on the iss...

 
 

Part Of Education Law To Be Challenged

By associated-press On Fri, 06 Jun 2014 22:24:15

Part Of Education Law To Be Challenged

The largest teachers' union in Kansas says it will mount a legal challenge to parts of a new law that will end guaranteed tenure in public schools and encourage corporate funding for private school scholarships. The Kansas National Education Association announced Friday that it would have a news ...

 
 
Page 100 of 496« First...102030...9899100101102...110120130...Last »