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Salina Police Log 7-13-16

By ksal-staff On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 15:59:18

Salina Police Log 7-13-16

An identity theft case and a stolen gun highlight Wednesday's Salina Police log. Police say that 33-year-old Gary Ingram Jr. was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly using his father's credit to make make $408 in purchases from the Sears store in the Salina Central Mall. Ingram was in the process of...

 
 

Damaging Storms Bring 80-MPH-Wind

By ksal-staff On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 13:18:47

Damaging Storms Bring 80-MPH-Wind

For the second consecutive day damaging severe weather rolled through Central Kansas. Storms that developed west of Hays quickly intensified. The heaviest storms rolled through portions of Ellis, Russell and Lincoln counties. The storms dropped heavy rain, and produced strong wind. Wind up to ...

 
 

Kansas Cops Save Hanging Dog

By ksal-staff On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 10:36:09

Kansas Cops Save Hanging Dog

Two members of the Arkansas City Police Department are being credited with saving the life of a dog outside of a business. Sergeant Jason Legleiter and Officer Wade Hammond were at the Walmart on North Summit for a shoplifting case on Friday when a store employee saw a dog hanging by his leash ou...

 
 

Hundreds In Wichita Protest Police Shootings

By associated-press On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 10:13:07

Hundreds In Wichita Protest Police Shootings

Hundreds of people gathered in Wichita for a peaceful protest against recent fatal police shootings. A group of about 400 people demonstrated Tuesday evening. The group started their protest at McAdams Park before marching along 13th Street where they blocked traffic. Th crowd walked toward In...

 
 

Lead Tests Coming Back Negative

By karen-shade On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 10:00:36

Lead Tests Coming Back Negative

Results from over half of the people recently tested for lead in Saline County are coming back, and there have been very few positive results.  Jason Tiller, Health Department Director, discussed that, and other issues with county commissioners on Tuesday. The loss of the Health Department’s H...

 
 

Kansas Board OKs Rule to Reject Votes Over Citizenship Rule

By associated-press On Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:57:26

Kansas Board OKs Rule to Reject Votes Over Citizenship Rule

A Kansas board has approved a temporary rule requiring county election officials to throw out thousands of votes cast in state and local races by people who have registered without providing proof of their U.S. citizenship. The State Rules and Regulations Board's action Tuesday came only a day be...

 
 

Teen Accused of Hutchinson High School Plot Sentenced

By associated-press On Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:55:30

Teen Accused of Hutchinson High School Plot Sentenced

A 14-year-old Hutchinson boy was sentenced to nearly four years in juvenile detention for his role in a plan to launch a pipe bomb attack on Hutchinson High School. The teenager was sentenced Tuesday to 45 months in detention, followed by three years of aftercare. Authorities say he and a 15-y...

 
 

Brownback Says He Has Right to Wait to Fill Magistrate Role

By associated-press On Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:53:35

Brownback Says He Has Right to Wait to Fill Magistrate Role

Governor Sam Brownback says he has the right to wait longer than 90 days to fill a vacant district magistrate position. A written response filed Monday in the Kansas Supreme Court on Brownback's behalf says the "precise timing of the appointment is left to the Governor's constitutionally-provided...

 
 

Report: US Wheat Production Much Higher Than Expected

By associated-press On Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:51:15

Report: US Wheat Production Much Higher Than Expected

A new government report is forecasting a much bigger U.S. winter wheat crop than had been expected just a month ago. The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Tuesday that it now expects the nation's wheat production to come in at 1.63 billion bushels. That number is up 8 percent f...

 
 

Advocates Seek Federal Action on Kansas Medicaid Backlog

By associated-press On Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:36:11

Advocates Seek Federal Action on Kansas Medicaid Backlog

Advocates for people with disabilities are urging the federal government to require Kansas to quickly clear its backlog of Medicaid applications and to resolve problems with its application process as a condition for approving any renewal of its privatized program. The Disability Rights Center as...

 
 
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