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Counterfeit Bills Continue Circulation

By ksal-staff On Mon, 11 Jan 2016 16:52:56

Counterfeit Bills Continue Circulation

The Salina Police Department is investigating two new cases of counterfeit $100 from over the weekend. One bill was passed at the Lone Star Convenience Store at 100 North Broadway in a deposit. The bill was passed on January 7 between 4-11PM. Two bills were used at Chili's on January 9; one at...

 
 

UPDATE: Salina Man Killed in Crash

By ksal-staff On Mon, 11 Jan 2016 13:54:42

UPDATE: Salina Man Killed in Crash

Slick roads caused several crashes in Saline County Monday morning, including one in which a Salina man was killed. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 39-year-old Eduiges Gonzalez-Najera of Salina was killed when he lost control of a pickup truck on Interstate 135, slid across the median, an...

 
 

Here Come The Brides

By ksal-staff On Mon, 11 Jan 2016 02:11:36

Here Come The Brides

Several hundred brides-to-be enjoyed a special event Sunday afternoon at the Salina Bicentennial Center. The soon-to-be-married ladies were joined by family and friends at the Salina Bridal & Prom Expo. Future brides and grooms had a chance to meet with over 50 vendors throughout the day to g...

 
 

Top Democrats predict extension of Kansas school funding law

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 21:48:38

Top Democrats predict extension of Kansas school funding law

The Kansas Legislature's top Democrats are predicting that Republican lawmakers will try to extend a new law for funding public schools that's been criticized by many educators. Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley of Topeka and House Minority Leader Tom Burroughs of Kansas City said Sunday tha...

 
 

Feds: Don’t ask WIC participants about immigration status

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 20:55:47

Feds: Don’t ask WIC participants about immigration status

Federal authorities are warning Sedgwick County officials that asking some health clinic clients about their immigration status would violate federal rules. U.S. Department of Agriculture officials told the county in emails obtained by The Wichita Eagle (bit.ly/1nbqgY1) that asking participants i...

 
 

Kansas lawmakers have caucuses before opening annual session

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 19:12:38

Kansas lawmakers have caucuses before opening annual session

Democratic lawmakers were meeting to discuss school funding issues before the Kansas Legislature opened its annual session. Democrats from both chambers gathered Sunday afternoon for a joint caucus. They were having a briefing on budget issues and hearing from Deputy Education Commissioner Dale D...

 
 

No Winner, Powerball At $1.3 Billion

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 14:02:11

No Winner, Powerball At $1.3 Billion

If a potential jackpot of nearly $950 million wasn't enough reason to buy a Powerball lottery ticket, then how about $1.3 billion? No jackpot-winning numbers were drawn Saturday for what's already the biggest price in U.S. lottery history so $1.3 billion or more will be the top prize Wednesday. ...

 
 

Man Pleads Guilty to Knife Attack at Kansas Shelter

By staff On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 11:46:37

Man Pleads Guilty to Knife Attack at Kansas Shelter

A Kansas City, Missouri, man has admitted in a Kansas court that he tried to kill a homeless shelter employee by slashing his throat. The Lawrence Journal-World reported that 22-year-old Christopher McCay pleaded guilty in Douglas County to attempted first-degree murder. He admitted that in Ma...

 
 

Highway Patrol seeks title fee hike to hire more troopers

By associated-press On Sat, 09 Jan 2016 20:01:41

Highway Patrol seeks title fee hike to hire more troopers

The Kansas Highway Patrol is asking state lawmakers to support a $7.50 increase in vehicle title fees to hire an additional 75 troopers to address a sharp decline in manpower. The Wichita Eagle (bit.ly/1ZiEFmG) reports more than one-third of the counties in Kansas have no Highway Patrol presence,...

 
 

New school named after Eisenhower opens in his boyhood home

By associated-press On Sat, 09 Jan 2016 19:20:43

New school named after Eisenhower opens in his boyhood home

A new elementary school named after President Dwight D. Eisenhower has opened in his boyhood home of Abilene, Kansas, 46 years after he left office. Parents considered Eisenhower as a name for an Abilene elementary school in the 1960s. But it wasn't until Thursday that fourth- and fifth-grade stu...

 
 
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