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Earthquake Rattles Southern Kansas

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 20:29:46

Earthquake Rattles Southern Kansas

A third earthquake has shaken rural southern Kansas, less than a week after a panel commissioned by Gov. Sam Brownback found there isn't enough evidence to link recent quakes to oil and gas exploration in the region. The U.S. Geological Survey reports the latest quake with a 4.4 magnitude struck...

 
 

KWU Sports Complex Nearing Donation Goal

By ksal-staff On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 16:23:58

KWU Sports Complex Nearing Donation Goal

To use a football analogy, the Sports Complex at Kansas Wesleyan University is deep in the red zone. After announcing a $400,000 matching grant on September 18, the university has received more than $500,000 in pledges and gifts. This pushed the total raised in the two-week period to nearly $1 milli...

 
 

Mailbox Check Altered in Forgery Case

By ksal-staff On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 15:45:27

Mailbox Check Altered in Forgery Case

A stolen check from a mailbox may lead to theft and forgery charges. Salina Police are investigating an attempted theft case that began last week when a known suspect allegedly stole an outgoing piece of mail that contained a credit card payment to the Bank of America for $4,400. The suspect t...

 
 

Soldier Accused Of Killing Child

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:31:26

Soldier Accused Of Killing Child

A Fort Riley soldier is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse in a death that occurred in February. Twenty-two-year-old Alexander McConnell, of Manhattan, made his first court appearance Wednesday via video from the Riley County Jail. Riley County officials have not released any inf...

 
 

Woman Charged In Groin Shooting Case

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:26:35

Woman Charged In Groin Shooting Case

A Wichita woman who police say shot her boyfriend in the groin after she found him having sex with another woman has been charged with aggravated battery. Forty-four-year-old Christina Martinez was charged Wednesday in Sedgwick County District Court with battery and a probation violation. Wich...

 
 

Man Gets 5 Years For Hiding Under Bed

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:22:51

Man Gets 5 Years For Hiding Under Bed

A Kansas man who hid under a bed at his children's home to spy on them has been sentenced to five years in prison. Thirty-five-year-old Earl Brockington Jr., of Kansas City, Kansas, was sentenced Wednesday for five crimes, including robbery and domestic battery. Prosecutors say Brockington ent...

 
 

School Bus Involved In Crash

By ksal-staff On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:18:59

School Bus Involved In Crash

There were no serious injuries in a crash inolving a school bus carrying nine students in Ottawa County late Wednesday afternoon. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, a semi pulling two trailers loaded with rock was headed west on K 18 Highway. A school bus, which was headed north on Solomon R...

 
 

Court: Democrats Don’t Need Kansas Senate Nominee

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:23:05

Court: Democrats Don’t Need Kansas Senate Nominee

A Kansas court has ruled that Democrats can go without a U.S. Senate candidate after their nominee dropped out of the race against three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts. The ruling Wednesday is a blow to the GOP in a key race in the national battle over Senate control. A panel of three Shawne...

 
 

Amazon Closing Distribution Plant in Kansas

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:21:32

Amazon Closing Distribution Plant in Kansas

Amazon.com plans to close a distribution center in southeast Kansas in February, a move that is expected to affect hundreds of workers. The Seattle-based online retailer said in an email Wednesday that the decision was not made lightly, and that it is committed to supporting employees through the...

 
 

Kansas State University to Lead Food Project

By associated-press On Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:18:22

Kansas State University to Lead Food Project

A Kansas university says it's leading a five-year food project that includes other schools and developing countries in examining ways small farms can increase production. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports Kansas State University recently announced that it received a $50 million grant from the U....

 
 
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