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K-State Salina Is “K-State Proud”

By ksal-staff On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 15:14:14

K-State Salina Is “K-State Proud”

K-State Salina is becoming "K-State Proud" on Friday. According to the school, K-State Proud is a Kansas State University student-led fundraising campaign that was established in 2007. Students, faculty, staff and members of the community are encouraged to stop by the information table at the ...

 
 

“Point of Rocks” Landmark Might Move

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 14:35:46

“Point of Rocks” Landmark Might Move

A landowner says Dodge City will have to move a longtime landmark on the western edge of the city if the state installs a 60-foot median when it widens U.S. 50. The Kansas Department of Transportation wants to expand U.S. 50 to four lanes between Cimarron and Dodge City. The $69 million project ...

 
 

Wind Causes Car To Crash

By ksal-staff On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 12:35:37

Wind Causes Car To Crash

Two teens are hurt in a crash near Abilene caused by the wind. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 17-year-old Kade Stroud of Abilene was driving a Chevrolet Prizm west on Interstate 70. A strong gust of wind caught the car, pushing it out of its lane. Stroud over-corrected. The car slid ...

 
 

Hawley Uses Hubble Data For Research

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 12:20:53

Hawley Uses Hubble Data For Research

A former NASA astronaut who helped put the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit now uses the images it captures to conduct research at the University of Kansas. Physics and astronomy professor Steven Hawley first researched an abnormal planetary nebula called Tololo 26 as a young astronomer, before ...

 
 

Weather Professionals Gather For Event

By ksal-staff On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:49:01

Weather Professionals Gather For Event

Over 100 weather professionals from three states gathered Wednesday to discuss weather related issues. The National Weather Service office in Wichita organized the 2014 Integrated Warning Team gathering. Meteorologists from National Weather Service offices in Kansas and Nebraska participated, al...

 
 

Kansas Abortion Laws Defense Tops $1M

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:41:45

Kansas Abortion Laws Defense Tops $1M

The Kansas attorney general's office has spent slightly more than $1 million on outside attorneys defending anti-abortion laws enacted in the past three years. Attorney General Derek Schmidt's office disclosed the figures Wednesday at the request of The Associated Press. The costs include $179,00...

 
 

Judge Sets Hearing in Voter Citizenship Lawsuit

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:37:27

Judge Sets Hearing in Voter Citizenship Lawsuit

A judge has set an evidentiary hearing next month on requests by Kansas and Arizona for a court order forcing federal election officials to modify voter registration forms to require proof-of-citizenship documentation for their residents. U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren on Wednesday scheduled a ...

 
 

Hundreds of Abortion Foes Rally at Kansas Statehouse

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:35:41

Hundreds of Abortion Foes Rally at Kansas Statehouse

Anti-abortion leaders have told hundreds of people at the Kansas Statehouse that history is on the side of abortion opponents as they work to eventually end the procedure nationwide. The rally Wednesday marked the 41st anniversary of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion across...

 
 

Kobach: Birth-Records Scan Helps 7,700 Kansas Voters

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:32:22

Kobach: Birth-Records Scan Helps 7,700 Kansas Voters

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says reviewing the state's birth records will allow election officials to remove 7,700 people from the list of voters whose registrations are on hold for failing to meet a proof-of-citizenship requirement. Kobach told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he...

 
 

Kansas Chief Justice Nuss Lauds Passage of Pay Bill

By associated-press On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 02:30:32

Kansas Chief Justice Nuss Lauds Passage of Pay Bill

Kansas Chief Justice Lawton Nuss is thanking legislators for passage of a pay increase for certain non-judicial employees, hoping that the deal leads to resolution of other funding needs. Nuss says Wednesday during his annual State of the Judiciary address that a measure passed earlier in the day...

 
 
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