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Autopsy Begins on Kansas Woman Found Raped, Burned

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 18:41:09

Autopsy Begins on Kansas Woman Found Raped, Burned

An autopsy has begun on a Kansas woman who died this weekend, days after she was sexually assaulted and set on fire in a park. Sedgwick County spokeswoman Brittany Clampitt said Monday that coroner's officials were investigating, but it wasn't clear when the examination would be complete. Rela...

 
 

Forgery Arrest

By ksal-staff On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 18:33:58

Forgery Arrest

An employee at a Salina retirement community is accused of forgery and theft. Police arrested 35-year-old Karis Ann Ratcliff of Salina on Saturday. Police allege that while Ratcliff was a dietary assistant at Presbyterian Manor, 2601 E. Crawford, she removed blank checks from an 80-year-old fe...

 
 

Kansan Unfit For Trial In Vegas Casino Heist

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 17:45:26

Kansan Unfit For Trial In Vegas Casino Heist

A 34-year-old Kansas felon has been declared psychologically unfit for trial in federal court in the July armed robberies of a Las Vegas Strip casino cashier and a bank. Trial was canceled Friday for Scott Alan Carmitchel on charges of interference with commerce by robbery at the Bellagio and ar...

 
 

Alleged Armed Robber Arrested

By ksal-staff On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 17:26:45

Alleged Armed Robber Arrested

A suspect wanted for pistol whipping a man in October - is caught by police after allegedly robbing a Salina liquor store on Friday night. Police used video from Dalila's Liquor, 915 W. Crawford to help identify 21-year-old Calvin Frenzley, and a tip from a concerned citizen to locate him on Satu...

 
 

Kansas Colleges Seeking Rate Hike

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 15:01:43

Kansas Colleges Seeking Rate Hike

State universities in Kansas are seeking to hike their room and board rates for the upcoming school year. The Kansas Board of Regents is expected to approve the increases in December. There was a first reading of the proposals last week. At the University of Kansas, a typical rate for a resi...

 
 

Kansas Teacher Of The Year

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 14:58:51

Kansas Teacher Of The Year

A high school biology teacher from Dodge City High School is the 2015 Kansas Teacher of the Year. Shannon Ralph has taught for 18 years in middle and high school, with 13 years at Dodge City High School teaching biology, honors biology and AP biology. Her selection was announced by Kansas Interi...

 
 

Annoying Friend Talks Through Movie?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 13:00:06

Annoying Friend Talks Through Movie?

I recently went to the movies with some friends and one of them kept talking through the entire movie. I think he thought he was being funny but all of us were just really annoyed. Some of the other people in the audience were annoyed too because they kept looking over at us. I’m new to this gr...

 
 

Hutchinson vandalism is about Marilyn Monroe

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:57:14

Hutchinson vandalism is about Marilyn Monroe

A vandal with an apparent love of Marilyn Monroe has targeted a Hutchinson neighborhood. The Hutchinson News reports that the sultry star's likeness appears spray-painted on a column portion of a roundabout. The image of Monroe appears in a stencil on all four sides with her last name written abo...

 
 

Kids give first lady sarcastic “thanks” on Twitter

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:53:14

Kids give first lady sarcastic “thanks” on Twitter

School kids are giving thanks to first lady Michelle Obama just in time for the holiday - with a sarcastic Twitter hashtag about unappealing school lunches. Along with photos of unsavory-looking school meals, the hashtag (hash)ThanksMichelleObama was among the top trends on Twitter within the Uni...

 
 

Kansas prisons face staffing shortages

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:49:41

Kansas prisons face staffing shortages

The interim director of the Kansas Association of State Employees says state correctional officers are being put at risk because of critical staffing shortages in state prisons. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Rebecca Proctor testified last week before the Joint Committee on Pensions, Inv...

 
 
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