ksal.com
Salina Surgical Hospital
Leadercast 2015

Hospital Files Lawsuit Against City

By ksal-staff On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 21:04:30

Hospital Files Lawsuit Against City

A dispute about the proposed demolition of the vacated former St. John's Hospital facility prompts Salina Regional Health Center to file a lawsuit against the City of Salina. Salina Regional Health Center filed suit Wednesday morning, and is seeking an order to overturn action by the Salina City ...

 
 

Drug Sale Leads To Arrest

By ksal-staff On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 17:10:44

Drug Sale Leads To Arrest

A drug purchase in Salina by an I 135 / I 70 Drug Task Force confidential informant leads to the arrest of an an Abilene man. Drug Task Force Commander Lt. Bill Cox says that 25-year-old Joel Anthony Hensley sold a bag of marijuana to a confidential informant. According to Cox, shortly after the ...

 
 

Fake Money Used At Salina Government Office

By ksal-staff On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 16:53:44

Fake Money Used At Salina Government Office

More counterfeit money has surfaced in Salina, including at a government office. According to Salina Police, a counterfeit $20 bill was passed on Tuesday of this week at the Casey's convenience store at 1100 East Iron. It was discovered in a bank deposit. On Tuesday, and on Wednesday of this w...

 
 

School Bus Involved In Crash

By ksal-staff On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:10:49

School Bus Involved In Crash

A Salina USD 305 school bus was involved in a minor crash on a slick street early Thursday morning. The bus, and a pickup truck pulling a trailer loaded with snow removal equipment, were both headed west on Iron Avenue. The bus slid into the back of the trailer, and partially onto it. There wa...

 
 

Snow Blankets Area

By ksal-staff On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:45:36

Snow Blankets Area

A blanket of light snow that fell across a wide area of Kansas late Wednesday into early Thursday is making things look a lot like Christmas, but not causing a lot of problems. Snowfall amounts range from a trace to up 5 inches in some areas. The Salina area received 2 to 3 inches. A little furth...

 
 

Kansas Officials Consider Changes After Crash

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:41:06

Kansas Officials Consider Changes After Crash

The Kansas Department of Transportation is considering a safety improvement after two men were killed in a highway crash. Spokeswoman Kim Qualls told the Topeka Capital-Journal on Wednesday that officials are considering installing a flashing beacon or an interchange at the intersection of N.W. 6...

 
 

Wichita Residents Can Track Snow Plows With New Online Site

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 10:53:33

Wichita Residents Can Track Snow Plows With New Online Site

Residents in Wichita can now track the location of the city's snow plows on a new interactive website. The city on Wednesday unveiled the site that provides citizens with real-time data from all 50 of the city's GPS-equipped snow plows. That allows people to determine which streets and areas have...

 
 

KU Puts Kappa Sigma Fraternity on Probation

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 10:51:06

KU Puts Kappa Sigma Fraternity on Probation

The University of Kansas has ordered two years of probation for a fraternity that was the focus of a sexual assault investigation. Kappa Sigma is barred from having alcohol in its chapter house and must turn over materials to investigators and offer sexual assault prevention training. The Kans...

 
 

Bedbugs Found in Kansas State Office Building

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 10:49:27

Bedbugs Found in Kansas State Office Building

Kansas officials say bedbugs have been found inside a state office building near the Statehouse targeted for demolition. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the pests were discovered on the third floor of the Docking State Office Building, west of the Capitol. The floor houses Department of R...

 
 

KCC Approves Rate Increase For Black Hills Energy

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 01:01:08

KCC Approves Rate Increase For Black Hills Energy

The Kansas Corporation Commission approved a rate increase for natural gas customers of Black Hills Energy. The Wichita Eagle reports the KCC on Tuesday approved an increase that will cost the average customer about of $3 a year. The settlement gives Black Hills an overall increase of $5.23 milli...

 
 
Page 109 of 684« First...102030...107108109110111...120130140...Last »