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Burglars Caught

By ksal-staff On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 16:19:36

Burglars Caught

A residential burglary is halted when the owner walks in on two suspects ransacking her house. Salina Police say the 33-year-old woman was also attacked by a female acquaintance when she confronted the man and woman who were allegedly in her home in the 1200 block of Apache on Friday night just a...

 
 

Empty Nest?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 16:06:00

Empty Nest?

My son graduated this year and I’ve been a mess this whole past year just thinking of him leaving for college. I’ve been one of those moms who helped with all the school events and was really involved. I’m not dealing with this very well. This empty nest thing is already worse than I though...

 
 

Suspected Pipe Bomb Filled with Dirt

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 16:01:55

Suspected Pipe Bomb Filled with Dirt

Salina Police get a Sunday morning call about a possible pipe bomb. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, an area resident contacted police at 11:04am on Sunday - after they noticed what looked like a pipe bomb in the alley behind the 600 block of W. Prescott. Officers cordoned off the area after...

 
 

Lawmakers to Meet with Kansas Oil Producers

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:46:41

Lawmakers to Meet with Kansas Oil Producers

The Kansas congressional delegation will be taking the stage at the annual convention of the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association. Panelists at Monday's event include Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts for a discussion of political and regulatory challenges to the nation's energy future. Robe...

 
 

Park Ranger: Kansas Fishermen Save Man from Water

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 10:34:04

Park Ranger: Kansas Fishermen Save Man from Water

A Kansas park ranger says two fishermen saved a man who accidentally drove into the Cheney Reservoir in south-central Kansas. Cheney State Park ranger Mike Satterlee tells KWCH-TV the accident occurred Saturday night. He says the driver "got turned around" and drove down a boat ramp into the wate...

 
 

Brownback: Friend not shoo-in for court vacancy

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 05:50:14

Brownback: Friend not shoo-in for court vacancy

Gov. Sam Brownback says that his friend and former aide is not his obvious choice to fill a vacancy on the Kansas Supreme Court. Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall was Brownback's chief counsel until the governor appointed him to the state's second-highest court in January of this year. ...

 
 

Lawrence schools to use national sex ed standards

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 05:46:35

Lawrence schools to use national sex ed standards

The Lawrence school district is using national sexuality education standards in all of its schools this year. District employee Sarah Oatsvall says the national standards are more comprehensive than state standards approved by the State Board of Education in 2006. The goal of the standards is to ...

 
 

57 Wild Horses Die after Transfer to Kansas

By associated-press On Sun, 17 Aug 2014 20:37:16

57 Wild Horses Die after Transfer to Kansas

Federal investigators say 57 wild horses that died after being transferred to a corral in Kansas likely succumbed to stress, age and changes caused by the move. A preliminary report says federal investigators found no signs of infectious or contagious disease in the horses. The report says the sh...

 
 

Woman Sentenced to 14 Years in Topeka Homicide

By associated-press On Sun, 17 Aug 2014 20:34:23

Woman Sentenced to 14 Years in Topeka Homicide

The 36-year-old wife of the gunman who killed one man and wounded a woman in a shooting in Topeka has been sentenced to 14 years and one month in prison. Jamie Engstrom was sentenced Friday for conspiracy to commit second-degree murder and other charges in the February 2013 death of 34-year-old R...

 
 

Failed Canal Nominated for Historic Register

By associated-press On Sun, 17 Aug 2014 20:26:11

Failed Canal Nominated for Historic Register

The humble remnants of a canal that was part of a 19th-century plan to irrigate southwest Kansas farms are among the state's latest nominees for the National Register of Historic Places. The Hutchinson News reports the Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review voted recently to forward nine nominatio...

 
 
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