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Historic Dodge City home to house farm workers

By associated-press On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 04:24:15

Historic Dodge City home to house farm workers

A historic but rundown home built by one of Dodge City's earliest sheriffs is getting new life as residence, this time for low-income farm workers. The Dodge City Daily Globe reports a Hutchinson-based group called Interfaith Housing Services has renovated the home built in 1880 by George Hinkle....

 
 

Adoptive father injured in Kansas shooting dies

By associated-press On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 04:21:20

Adoptive father injured in Kansas shooting dies

An adoptive father has died from injuries suffered in a double shooting that killed his wife and led to criminal charges against the couple's son. The Wichita Eagle reports that Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter has confirmed that 48-year-old Roger Bluml died Saturday morning. Bluml had been ho...

 
 

Weekend Snow Means White Christmas

By ksal-staff On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 00:01:07

Weekend Snow Means White Christmas

The weekend snow assures a white Christmaa for a large portion of Kansas. For it to go in the record books as a white Christmas there must be at least an inch of snow on the ground Christmas Day. Temperatures are forecast to be below freezing through Christmas day, so any snow on the ground is he...

 
 

KU, K-State bemoan bioscience funding loss

By associated-press On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 18:11:28

KU, K-State bemoan bioscience funding loss

University leaders say cuts to the Kansas Bioscience Authority budget could have a negative impact on the state. The KBA invests tax dollars in and nurtures new companies in the biosciences and life sciences fields. It's been operating on a budget of more than $35 million per year in some years. ...

 
 

Analysis: Kansas insurance chief isolated within GOP

By associated-press On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 18:07:50

Analysis: Kansas insurance chief isolated within GOP

Sandy Praeger is approaching her final year as Kansas insurance commissioner with a national reputation for expertise on health care issues and a lengthy, unbroken string of election victories as a Republican in a GOP-leaning state. But Praeger acknowledges that she'd have trouble emerging from n...

 
 

Army chaplain beats cancer, runs SC marathon

By associated-press On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 16:27:01

Army chaplain beats cancer, runs SC marathon

Army Chaplain Jeremiah Catlin is running marathons, but it's taken him six years to get there after beating Stage 4 melanoma. The Wichita, Kansas, native discovered a lump growing on his chest while deployed to Iraq in 2007. Army doctors told the 32-year-old to go home and celebrate the last C...

 
 

Heavy Snow Falls In Salina

By ksal-staff On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:36:02

Heavy Snow Falls In Salina

Kansas authorities reported numerous slide-offs and one fatal wreck as a winter storm brought a mixture of freezing rain and snow this weekend. The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for a large section of central and eastern Kansas, and winter weather advisories extended into ...

 
 

John Eisenhower, Ike’s Son, Dies

By associated-press On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 04:14:52

John Eisenhower, Ike’s Son, Dies

The family of President Dwight D. Eisenhower says his son, 91-year-old John S.D. Eisenhower, has died. The retired brigadier general and military historian had resided on Maryland's Eastern Shore in the community of Trappe, Md. No cause was given for his death Saturday. John Sheldon Doud Eisen...

 
 

Don’t Let The Grinch Steal Christmas

By ksal-staff On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 00:25:03

Don’t Let The Grinch Steal Christmas

'Tis the season to be thankful, jolly and possibly stressed out. according to Wichita State Universit psychologist Greg Buell says that, too often, folks think they have to spend big bucks to make the holiday season a success. "Be careful not to let the Grinch steal Christmas by you overspendi...

 
 

Reward offered in Kansas boy’s 1999 disappearance

By ksal-staff On Sat, 21 Dec 2013 23:53:08

Reward offered in Kansas boy’s 1999 disappearance

An anonymous donor has put up a $50,000 cash reward toward solving the 1999 disappearance of a southeast Kansas boy. Adam Joseph Herrman was 11 when he vanished from his adoptive family's mobile home in the Butler County town of Towanda. The parents never reported him missing, and the case only c...

 
 
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