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Salina Woman Pleads No Contest In Son’s Death

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 20:00:28

Salina Woman Pleads No Contest In Son’s Death

A Salina woman will be sentenced Sept. 8 after pleading no contest to first-degree murder in the death of her 3-month-old son. Twenty-one-year-old Desirah N. Overturf is expected to be sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years. Police were called to the couple's home i...

 
 

Salina Military Presence Important

By ksal-staff On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 19:48:01

Salina Military Presence Important

The 1-108th and the Army Aviation Support Facility # 2 located at the Salina Regional Airport in Salina will be integrating new aircraft into their fleet, replacing approximately 80 percent of their current fleet of helicopters with the latest model. Built in 2013, the UH-60M Model will replace ...

 
 

Man Accused Of Goodwill Theft

By ksal-staff On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 15:34:54

Man Accused Of Goodwill Theft

A man is arrested after allegedly stealing items for the Salina Goodwill store and then selling them. Police say that back on June 13th two aluminum ramps were stolen from the Goodwill Store at 2640 Planet Avenue. On June 14th, the stolen ramps were sold to Salina Iron and Metal at 312 North 5th ...

 
 

Elderly Woman Narrowly Avoids Scam

By ksal-staff On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 15:23:40

Elderly Woman Narrowly Avoids Scam

An elderly woman in Salina narrowly avoids becoming a scam victim Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney says that a 92-year-old woman received a phone call Wednesday between 10:30 and 11:00 in the morning. She was told that she had won $3 million from Publisher's Clearing House, and also a new BMW v...

 
 

Farmers Help Harvest Neighbor’s Wheat

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 14:00:59

Farmers Help Harvest Neighbor’s Wheat

The kindness of Kansas farmers was on display again this week, when some in Harper County delayed harvesting their own crops to help an ailing 85-year-old neighbor. The harvest Wednesday on Jim Wene's farm was necessary after he was found lying on his floor at home a few weeks ago. He was hospit...

 
 

Cosmosphere Sends Liberty Bell 7 To Germany

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 13:32:07

Cosmosphere Sends Liberty Bell 7 To Germany

The Liberty Bell 7 space capsule is on its way from the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson to Germany. The Mercury space capsule used by Gus Grissom in 1961 was moved out of the Cosmosphere Wednesday to the museum's SpaceWorks division. Once it's prepared for movement, the capsule will be taken to a Hous...

 
 

Make Your Dreams a Reality

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 10:58:58

Make Your Dreams a Reality

Dreaming about what we want in life is the fun part. It’s where we languish in the thoughts that fuel our fantasies for that life we’ve always wanted to live…but just haven’t gotten around to accomplishing yet. Do you dream of being financially independent where you can spend your days on...

 
 

Lawmakers To Mull Statehouse Gun Policy

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 10:46:43

Lawmakers To Mull Statehouse Gun Policy

Visitors will be allowed to bring concealed guns into the Kansas Statehouse beginning in July unless legislative leaders intervene. Top lawmakers were reviewing the issue at a meeting Thursday. If they don't act this month, holders of concealed carry permits will be able to enter the building wit...

 
 

KSU To Name Dorm After Past President

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 10:44:56

KSU To Name Dorm After Past President

A new residence hall at Kansas State University is being named to honor Jon Wefald, the university's president from July 1986 to June 2009. The university says Wefald Hall will be the first residence hall built on the school's main campus since Haymaker Hall in 1967. Construction is scheduled to ...

 
 

Harvest Picks Up As Fields Dry

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 10:42:46

Harvest Picks Up As Fields Dry

The winter wheat harvest is picking up over a big chunk of Kansas. The industry group Kansas Wheat reports farmers were cutting Wednesday all across southern Kansas and a across a central swath extending almost to the Nebraska border. Group spokesman Marsha Boswell says growers in northeast an...

 
 
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