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Sexual Assaults Persists At KU

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 13:58:50

Sexual Assaults Persists At KU

A University of Kansas survey shows that one in 10 students has been a victim of sexual harassment, including sexual assault. A University of Kansas official says about 30 reported incidents over a two-year span involved men raping or sexually assaulting woman who were drunk. Kansas Univers...

 
 

Small Kansas Colleges Have $980 Million Impact

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 13:56:54

Small Kansas Colleges Have $980 Million Impact

A new study says small, private colleges might not be well known but they are having a big impact on the state's economy. The study, commissioned by the Kansas Independent College Association, says the 18 colleges contribute more than $980 million a year to Kansas' economy. Matt Lindsey, pre...

 
 

Students Headed Back To School

By ksal-staff On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 11:17:34

Students Headed Back To School

It's the last days of summer vacation for students in Salina.  In preparation of the new school year, school zone lights in Salina were activated last week, and teachers returned to the classroom. The annual Saline County Back to School Fair, where nearly 2,000 backpacks full of school supplies ...

 
 

Teen Hurt In Fall From Car

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 10:46:39

Teen Hurt In Fall From Car

Police say a teenager has been critically injured after falling off of a moving car. Police say the 19-year-old man was with a group of people at the Side Pockets sports bar and billiards parlor Sunday morning in Wichita. They say the teenager jumped onto the back of a moving car as the group the...

 
 

Roberts favored in Kansas Senate race

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 02:35:22

Roberts favored in Kansas Senate race

Although Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts looked vulnerable after winning his Republican primary race last week with only 48 percent of the vote, he still has an easier path to victory in November than his remaining opponents. Democrat Chad Taylor must hold his party's smaller base and build on it with GO...

 
 

Man dies in Kansas skydiving accident

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 02:33:46

Man dies in Kansas skydiving accident

Franklin County authorities say a 54-year-old man has died in an apparent skydiving accident in eastern Kansas. The sheriff's office says the accident happened Saturday night in a field outside Ottawa, which is located about 60 miles southwest of Kansas City. Franklin County undersheriff Rick ...

 
 

After several good years, farmers take hit in 2014

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Aug 2014 02:18:57

After several good years, farmers take hit in 2014

A poor wheat crop and falling prices for corn and soybeans have Kansas farmers preparing for a sharp drop in their incomes after several prosperous years. The Wichita Eagle reports the state's wheat harvest is down by 26 percent from last year, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture statisti...

 
 

Republican district helps Huelskamp campaign bid

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Aug 2014 10:32:37

Republican district helps Huelskamp campaign bid

U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp faces a stronger opponent November after surviving a revolt in the primary from farmers in his rural district. But the incumbent has two advantages that are seemingly insurmountable for his Democratic opponent - a heavily Republican district and lots of campaign cash. T...

 
 

Future of closed McCune school center of dispute

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Aug 2014 10:28:28

Future of closed McCune school center of dispute

An elementary school in southeast Kansas that was closed in May after a year of controversy is still the subject of debate between groups discussing its future. The McCune school, part of the Southeast School District based in Cherokee, was closed in May, despite protests from several area reside...

 
 

Bridges key piece to toting big soybean harvest

By associated-press On Sun, 10 Aug 2014 10:24:49

Bridges key piece to toting big soybean harvest

Small bridges across the soybean-growing Midwest can't handle fully loaded farm trucks. The Soy Transportation Coalition and other soybean-industry trade groups are focusing on those obscure bridges as part of a multimillion-dollar campaign to try to improve the transportation infrastructure farm...

 
 
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