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Dry Winter Leaves Much of Kansas in Some Level of Drought

By staff On Sun, 03 Apr 2016 10:57:31

Dry Winter Leaves Much of Kansas in Some Level of Drought

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Weather officials say a dry winter has left much of Kansas back in the grip of some level of drought. Recent data from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows that nearly 75 percent of Kansas was experiencing some drought at the end of March. That compared with barely 2 percent just t...

 
 

K-State Student Found Dead

By ksal-staff On Sun, 03 Apr 2016 00:48:52

K-State Student Found Dead

The death of a Kansas State University student is under investigation. According to the Kansas State University Police Department,  at approximately 11:09 Saturday morning the department was notified of a possible deceased person in a parking lot on the Manhattan campus. Upon arrival, officer...

 
 

Kansas Supreme Court: Convicted Killer Needs Resentencing

By staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 11:10:31

Kansas Supreme Court: Convicted Killer Needs Resentencing

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered a new sentencing for a man initially ordered to spend a half century in prison for a 2011 killing involving mistaken identity. The state's high court made the ruling Friday while upholding Charles Christopher Logsdon's conviction. Prosec...

 
 

Report: Airplane Lost Engine Power, Crashed Onto Golf Course

By staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 11:09:37

Report: Airplane Lost Engine Power, Crashed Onto Golf Course

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - A preliminary report says a rented airplane with two teenagers aboard lost engine power when it crashed onto a Kansas golf course. The National Transportation Safety Board said Friday that a Federal Aviation Administration inspector who examined the 1966 single-engine Mooney,...

 
 

Hot Spot Monitoring From Kansas, Oklahoma Blaze Continues

By staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 11:07:17

Hot Spot Monitoring From Kansas, Oklahoma Blaze Continues

MEDICINE LODGE, Kan. (AP) - Crews continue extinguishing hot spots from a wildfire that has burned hundreds of square miles since starting last week in Oklahoma and spreading into rural Kansas. The heaviest damage has been in Barber County, Kansas where authorities said the fire was 95 percent co...

 
 

Alaska Cancels Standardize Testing After Internet Problems

By staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 11:06:01

Alaska Cancels Standardize Testing After Internet Problems

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Alaska education department says it's canceling its computer-based statewide student assessments amid Internet problems at the University of Kansas where the test developer is based. Testing is on hold for more than a dozen other states. The university's Center for ...

 
 

Kansas Tax Collections in March Close to Hitting Estimates

By staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 11:03:56

Kansas Tax Collections in March Close to Hitting Estimates

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas is reporting that its tax collections came close to hitting projections in March, falling short by less than $2 million. The report Friday from the Department of Revenue said the state collected almost $447.8 million in taxes last month, when it expected to take in $449...

 
 

New Faces On Salina’s Most Wanted

By ksal-staff On Sat, 02 Apr 2016 05:01:17

New Faces On Salina’s Most Wanted

The latest list of Salina’s Most Wanted is online. The first weekend of each month a new list of Salina’s Most Wanted is released. Those on the list this month are wanted for crimes that include aggravated assault, burglary, theft, identity theft forgery, and felony drug crimes. Since the ...

 
 

War on Wheels

By jeff-garretson On Fri, 01 Apr 2016 19:15:46

War on Wheels

Jammers and Blockers will be colliding on the floor in Roller Derby combat Saturday at the Bicentennial Center Saturday night. "Each team puts five skaters out there - four Blockers and one Jammer," said Salina Siren Noel Schriber. She and teammate Amanda Virgason joined in on the KSAL Morning...

 
 

OSHA Cites Russell Stover after Ammonia Release Shuts Plant

By associated-press On Fri, 01 Apr 2016 18:03:55

OSHA Cites Russell Stover after Ammonia Release Shuts Plant

Federal officials are seeking $193,600 in penalties from Russell Stover Candies after a hazardous chemical was released at an eastern Kansas plant. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration also announced Thursday that it was placing the candy maker in its Severe Violator Enforcement Prog...

 
 
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