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Democrats To Outline State Budget Opposition

By associated-press On Fri, 23 Jan 2015 12:37:28

Democrats To Outline State Budget Opposition

Top Kansas Democratic lawmakers are preparing to speak out against Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's budget proposals. Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley of Topeka and House Minority Leader Tom Burroughs of Kansas City are expected to detail their objections to the governor's proposals during a...

 
 

Kansas governor pledges to sign new anti-abortion proposal

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 23:56:45

Kansas governor pledges to sign new anti-abortion proposal

Gov. Sam Brownback has promised to sign legislation to ban a procedure used to terminate hundreds of pregnancies in Kansas every year. Brownback made his pledge Thursday during a Statehouse rally with hundreds of abortion opponents. The event was sponsored by Kansans for Life and marked the 42nd ...

 
 

Kansas lawmakers consider hate crime bill

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 23:54:03

Kansas lawmakers consider hate crime bill

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would toughen punishments for hate crimes. Democratic Sen. David Haley spoke in favor of the bill, which would double sentences for offenses determined to be hate crimes. Haley said the bill would help protect potential victims from crimes motivated by...

 
 

Regulators cite company over deadly fireworks explosion

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 23:50:40

Regulators cite company over deadly fireworks explosion

Federal regulators have cited a company for violations stemming from a deadly southeast Kansas fireworks explosion. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed $55,000 in fines against Lone Star Management LLC after finding nine serious safety violations. The blast happened ...

 
 

AUDIO / VIDEO: President Speaks At KU

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 18:17:49

AUDIO / VIDEO: President Speaks At KU

President Barack Obama is pitching a plan for universal child care at a liberal stronghold deep in Republican territory, promoting his Democratic party agenda while calling for less partisanship in Washington. He says that with two working parents in many U.S. households, high-quality child care...

 
 

Burglary on South Santa Fe

By ksal-staff On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 17:15:44

Burglary on South Santa Fe

Dozens of items are stolen from a Salina business. Salina Police are investigating a business burglary at La Jerezana Mexican Store located at 1318 S. Santa Fe Avenue. Police say someone shattered the glass on the front door to gain access inside sometime between Tuesday night at 8pm and Wedne...

 
 

Prostitution Charges

By ksal-staff On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 17:03:22

Prostitution Charges

A man and woman are charged in a sex for sale case. Salina Police responded to a call about possible illegal activity Wednesday night at the 24/7 Truck Stop, at 671 Westport Blvd. Police Captain Mike Sweeney says their investigation determined that money was exchanged between a man and woman f...

 
 

Shortage Of Troopers Means Less Tickets, DUIs

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 16:04:43

Shortage Of Troopers Means Less Tickets, DUIs

With fewer Kansas Highway Patrol troopers patrolling the state's highways, the number of tickets and traffic stops also has dropped. That might seem like good news for drivers but safety advocates say the decline in troopers is putting motorists at risk. The number of troopers has dropped 1...

 
 

Fire At Salina Truck Stop

By ksal-staff On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 13:15:23

Fire At Salina Truck Stop

There were no injuries when a truck caught fire at a north Salina truck stop early Thusday morning. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol a semi truck caught fire at the fuel pumps at the Petro 2 Truck Stop at I-70 and 9th street in Salina. The truck was extensively damaged, and there was also d...

 
 

Sedgwick County rejects state grant to address obesity

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Jan 2015 00:33:53

Sedgwick County rejects state grant to address obesity

Sedgwick County commissioners have rejected a $580,000 state grant aimed at controlling obesity and diabetes because the majority said overweight people already know why they're fat. Commission Chairman Richard Ranzau says he's overweight because he eats too much and doesn't exercise enough. He s...

 
 
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