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Depressed And Bored After Job Layoff?

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 11 Aug 2016 15:02:58

Depressed And Bored After Job Layoff?

Some days I just feel so down. I was recently laid off from my job of 5 years and I haven’t found any work yet. I feel like the only things that take my mind off it are drinking and T.V. I’m no alcoholic but it helps to pass the time. I’m single so I don’t have a family to support. I’m ...

 
 

Salina Men Accused in Officer Shooting Case

By associated-press On Thu, 11 Aug 2016 14:22:41

Salina Men Accused in Officer Shooting Case

Authorities say three Salina men have been charged in connection with the shooting of a southern Illinois police officer last month. Carbondale, Illinois,  police said in a news release that the three men were arrested Sunday and Monday in Salina. Those arrested include: Alex Karcher, 22, o...

 
 

Professor’s Robotics Education Article Published

By ksal-staff On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 21:25:56

Professor’s Robotics Education Article Published

Tim Bower, a computer systems technology professor at Kansas State University's Polytechnic Campus, is being recognized for his teaching methods in robotics programming by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE. Bower composed an article in April last year about his strate...

 
 

$2 Million Grant For Salina KU Med School

By ksal-staff On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 20:01:56

$2 Million Grant For Salina KU Med School

A shot of adrenaline in the form of a $2 million grant will help in the relocation, and expansion, of the Salina campus of the KU School of Medicine. The Dane G. Hansen Foundation awarded a $2 million grant to the Salina Regional Health Foundation to assist in the remodeling of the new medical educa...

 
 

School Bell Rings In All-Day K in Salina

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 19:13:42

School Bell Rings In All-Day K in Salina

The Class of 2029 will begin their education journey on Thursday morning in Salina - in an All-Day Kindergarten classroom. "It's going to be so exciting, seeing all those kindergarten kids actually come and stay for lunch and stay for the entire day," said Superintendent Bill Hall. "Research a...

 
 

Source Says Boy Decapitated on Waterslide

By associated-press On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 17:53:05

Source Says Boy Decapitated on Waterslide

A 10-year-old boy was decapitated as he rode a waterslide at a Kansas water park. A person who is familiar with the investigation but is not authorized to speak about the boy's death told The Associated Press Wednesday that Caleb Schwab was decapitated Sunday on the "Verruckt" ride at the Schlitt...

 
 

Shoplifter Leaves Empty Handed

By ksal-staff On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 16:28:33

Shoplifter Leaves Empty Handed

Police are looking for a white male with red hair who attempted to leave a Salina business with a power saw on Tuesday evening without paying. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, staff at Waters True Value Hardware, 460 S. Ohio, confronted the suspect after he used store wire cutters to sever the ...

 
 

Arrest Made in June Burglary

By ksal-staff On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 15:41:37

Arrest Made in June Burglary

A Salina woman is jailed on charges that she took part in a home invasion and battered a woman inside. Police arrested 49-year-old Lisa Hinderliter on a warrant Tuesday in connection to an incident at an east Salina home on June 6th. Police allege that Hinderliter and a male accomplice forced ...

 
 

Patrol Planning Weekend RAVE

By ksal-staff On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 14:24:05

Patrol Planning Weekend RAVE

This weekend, troopers across the state of Kansas will be mobilizing for a statewide Roving Aggressive Violation Enforcement, or RAVE, to address the increase in fatal crashes. The enforcement will be held Friday and Saturday. A RAVE is a saturation patrol that takes place when many troopers conv...

 
 

Restrictions on Fracking Tightened

By associated-press On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 14:04:09

Restrictions on Fracking Tightened

The Kansas Corporation Commission has expanded restrictions on the amount of oilfield wastewater that can be injected underground, a practice that has been linked to earthquakes in south central Kansas in recent years. During a meeting Tuesday, the commission left in place an 8,000-barrel per day...

 
 
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