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Employee Injured in Hotel Robbery

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 16:49:38

Employee Injured in Hotel Robbery

An employee at the Howard Johnson at 222 E. Diamond Drive was struck while on duty in a robbery on Saturday morning. At 12:45 AM, a white male requested a room at the hotel, and when he was unable to provide photo I.D., the man was turned down. The man left, and the employee returned to perform m...

 
 

Two of Salina’s Most Wanted Arrested

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 14:57:57

Two of Salina’s Most Wanted Arrested

The latest list of Salina's Most Wanted went online over the weekend, and already two have been caught. According to the Saline County Sheriff's Office, Sarai Angeles and Jason Wheeler have been arrested. they were wanted for crimes that include burglary, and felony drug crimes. Since the Most...

 
 

Home-Shooled Tragedies Rarely Lead to New Rules

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 12:21:41

Home-Shooled Tragedies Rarely Lead to New Rules

The case of a missing 7-year-old Kansas boy who is believed to be dead has renewed calls for better oversight of home-schooled children, but state lawmakers say there's no reason to make any changes to home-schooling laws. Earlier this year two home-school children were found in a freezer in Detr...

 
 

YMCA Campaign Receives $150,000 Grant

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 12:14:03

YMCA Campaign Receives $150,000 Grant

The Salina Family YMCA has received a major contribution. According to the organization,  the Capitol Federal® Foundation has awarded a $150,000 grant to the Salina Family YMCA NEXT PILLAR CAMPAIGN. “We are incredibly proud to have the Capitol Federal Foundation involved in the life of the...

 
 

Appellate cases put political spotlight on Kansas judges

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 02:34:53

Appellate cases put political spotlight on Kansas judges

Two cases headed to Kansas appellate courts next week are expected to put the judges in a political spotlight that could have an impact on their careers. All 14 judges of the Kansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday will hear the state's appeal of a lower court ruling striking down a new abortion law...

 
 

Prison overcrowding expected to get attention next session

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Dec 2015 02:32:25

Prison overcrowding expected to get attention next session

Kansas lawmakers and corrections officials are looking for ways to address overcrowding in state prisons as the adult population is expected to be nearly 1,700 inmates over capacity by the middle of the next decade. The Legislature has taken some measures to address shrinking bed space, but it ha...

 
 

Hunting on Private Land is a Privilege

By ksal-staff On Sun, 06 Dec 2015 13:48:55

Hunting on Private Land is a Privilege

Property boundaries aren’t always clear-cut, but the rules for hunting private land are. Because Kansas is 97 percent privately owned, landowners still provide access for most of our hunting opportunities. Know and follow some of these key private land hunting rules to prevent an early end to your...

 
 

School Psychologist Accused of Possessing 14 Pounds of Marijuana

By ksal-staff On Sun, 06 Dec 2015 11:45:59

School Psychologist Accused of Possessing 14 Pounds of Marijuana

A Kansas high school psychologist is in custody after more than 14 pounds of marijuana were found in the trunk of her car as she and her husband returned from Colorado. The Wichita Eagle reports 46-year-old Shelly Moore and 44-year-old Frank Moore were arrested early Thursday after a Saline Count...

 
 

Teenager hospitalized after being shot by Wichita police

By associated-press On Sat, 05 Dec 2015 19:43:24

Teenager hospitalized after being shot by Wichita police

Wichita police say a black teenager was in critical condition after being shot by police as he ran with a gun toward the doors of a high school where a girls' basketball game was being played. The Wichita Eagle (http://bit.ly/1NxFOPJ) reports the teen fled after police pulled over a pickup truck ...

 
 

Construction disputes delay Fort Riley hospital opening

By associated-press On Sat, 05 Dec 2015 19:28:44

Construction disputes delay Fort Riley hospital opening

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says disagreements between the construction contractor and the government over final inspections of Fort Riley's new hospital sparked the latest delay in its opening. But the contractor who built the hospital said Friday it is working to complete items that have n...

 
 
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