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Kansas Candidates Scrambling in Competitive House Race

By associated-press On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:14:52

Kansas Candidates Scrambling in Competitive House Race

Kansas' unexpectedly competitive special congressional election pulls Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to Wichita to campaign for Republican candidate Ron Estes amid a flood of out-of-state GOP money in a late-hour scramble for votes. His Democratic rival James Thompson is spending the final day of campaignin...

 
 

St. John Pilot Uninjured when Plane Flips on Muddy Takeoff

By associated-press On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:12:16

St. John Pilot Uninjured when Plane Flips on Muddy Takeoff

Authorities say an 86-year-old Kansas man wasn't hurt when his plane flipped on a muddy field. The Wichita Eagle reports that Milton "Bud" Pinkston went off a grass runway while preparing to take off Sunday afternoon from the Stafford airport. The Kansas Highway Patrol says the plane's landing...

 
 

Arrests Made after Memorabilia Found

By ksal-staff On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:00:32

Arrests Made after Memorabilia Found

Salina Police arrested two suspects on Sunday after stolen sports memorabilia was found in their car and house. Police took 20-year-old Gelynn Cook into custody and informed 21-year-old John Grennan of his additional charges as he sat in the Saline County Jail Sunday. The charges link back to ...

 
 

Scammer Claimed to be Federal Agent

By ksal-staff On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 15:27:58

Scammer Claimed to be Federal Agent

An elderly Salina man falls victim to a phone scam. According  to Police Sergeant Jim Feldman a 75-year-old man received a phone call last month informing him that he had won a big cash prize in the California Lottery. The caller claimed to be a "federal agent" and convinced the victim he nee...

 
 

Kansas State to Remember Soldiers Who Died in WWI

By associated-press On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 14:21:04

Kansas State to Remember Soldiers Who Died in WWI

Kansas State University is remembering 48 students who died in World War I as the nation marks the recent 100-year anniversary of entering the global conflict. The Manhattan Mercury reports that the event is planned for April 21 at Memorial Stadium, where football games were played from the 1920s...

 
 

Fire Damages Salina Apartment Fourplex

By todd-pittenger On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 20:06:38

Fire Damages Salina Apartment Fourplex

A weekend fire badly damaged a South Salina fourplex apartment unit. First responders were called during the noon hour Sunday to the report of a fire in the Schilling area, at 2949 Foxboro. Salina Fire Department Battalion Chief David Turner told KSAL News at the scene that the front of the compl...

 
 

The Great American Eclipse of 2017

By ksal-staff On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 14:29:34

The Great American Eclipse of 2017

Kansas State University is celebrating the sight of a lifetime: the Great American Eclipse of 2017. On Aug. 21, the moon will completely cover the sun and portions of the U.S. — including northeast Kansas — will experience a total eclipse of the sun. It is the first total eclipse of the sun vis...

 
 

Easter Egg Hunt on April 15

By ksal-staff On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 14:00:08

Easter Egg Hunt on April 15

Have your little ones ready for some fun at the East Crawford Recreation Area at 841 Markley Road in Salina. This Saturday, April 15th are the 16th Annual Community-wide and 5th Annual Vision Impaired Easter Egg Hunts. The Community-wide Easter Egg Hunt begins on Field 3 at 10:30 A.M. for chi...

 
 

Bill allows heavier trucks hauling ag loads on some roads

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:24:23

Bill allows heavier trucks hauling ag loads on some roads

Heavier trucks apparently will be allowed on some Kansas roads but only if they are hauling agricultural loads. The Kansas Legislature this week approved a bill that would allow six-axle semitrailer-tractor vehicle combinations with a gross weight of up to 90,000 pounds on some Kansas roads, if t...

 
 

Kansas Legislature passes oversight after waterslide death

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:20:15

Kansas Legislature passes oversight after waterslide death

Kansas lawmakers have agreed to strengthen the state's lax oversight of amusement park rides after a legislator's son was killed on a waterslide last year. The state Senate approved the bill Friday on 35-2 vote. The plan now heads to the governor. Rep. Scott Schwab's 10-year-old son Caleb died...

 
 
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