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Fuel Thieves Caught on Camera

By ksal-staff On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 16:10:00

Fuel Thieves Caught on Camera

The Saline County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying two men who stole 25-gallons of gas from a farmstead in south central Saline County. Sheriff Glen Kochanowski tells KSAL News that the land owner noticed extra fuel consumption and placed a camera near the tank. ...

 
 

Emporia Enjoying Hostess Connection

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 15:00:08

Emporia Enjoying Hostess Connection

Snack cakes have been good for Emporia. The northeast Kansas town has seen jobs return and millions of dollars in investments since its Hostess Brands plant reopened last year and expanded this year. The company that makes Twinkies, Donettes and other cake products added $30 million in impro...

 
 

UPDATE: Evacuated Boy Scouts Back In Camp

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 14:51:40

UPDATE:  Evacuated Boy Scouts Back In Camp

About 100 Boy Scouts are back at their southern Colorado camp after being evacuated because of flooding. The scouts left the Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch on school buses and sheriff's vehicles before dawn Tuesday after rain caused a creek on the property near Walsenburg to rise. They went to a...

 
 

Trust After Foster Care?

By joan-jerkovich On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:54:25

Trust After Foster Care?

I grew up in foster care. I never had a permanent family for more than two years. People were always in and out of my life. I almost gave up on getting too emotionally involved with anyone. How do I learn to trust that people will be there for me when no one ever stuck around? When your trust in ...

 
 

Quiet Year So Far For Kansas Tornadoes

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:48:28

Quiet Year So Far For Kansas Tornadoes

It's been a quiet year for tornadoes in Kansas and weather experts are expecting that trend to continue. The National Weather Service says the state recorded 33 tornadoes by the end of June, the lowest number since 30 were recorded in 1994. Meteorologist Chance Hayes in Wichita says most o...

 
 

Storms Cause Damage, Power Outages

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:45:43

Storms Cause Damage, Power Outages

Strong wind that blew through central and northeast Kansas left trees down and created power outages but no serious injuries have been reported. Winds reaching more than 60 mph, accompanied by rain and hail hit the state late Monday and early Tuesday. Westar reported up to 25,000 customers w...

 
 

Groundbreaking Set For Bulk Solids Innovation Center

By ksal-staff On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:42:20

Groundbreaking Set For Bulk Solids Innovation Center

A groundbreaking for the Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center is set for this Thursday. The center is the project of Kansas State University with partners the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce, Salina Economic Development Corporation, U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Developme...

 
 

Board Faces Decision On Test Data

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 11:02:41

Board Faces Decision On Test Data

Kansas State Board of Education members face a decision about how much data to release from statewide math and reading tests after public schools faced problems administering the exams. The board's discussion Tuesday was a response to cyberattacks and glitches in the computerized testing system e...

 
 

K-State Media Relations Staffer Takes Job At KU

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 10:59:36

K-State Media Relations Staffer Takes Job At KU

The University of Kansas has a new director of news and media relations, and she previously held a similar job at archrival Kansas State University. KU announced Monday that Erinn Barcomb-Peterson had started the director's job on the Lawrence campus after nine years at Kansas State. Barcomb-P...

 
 

Harvest Making Slow Progress

By associated-press On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 10:49:47

Harvest Making Slow Progress

The latest government crop update shows the Kansas wheat harvest is making slow progress. The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that 70 percent of the wheat has now been harvested, compared with an early-July average of 88 percent. The agency says that some cutting was dela...

 
 
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