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Police Investigating Residential Burglaries

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:55:59

Police Investigating Residential Burglaries

Money and a GPS are taken from a Salina home. Officers were called to the 1400 block of Rush after the owner of the home reported missing items. Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL news the home was burglarized sometime between November 1, 2013 and April 3, 2014. A Garman GPS system which was s...

 
 

Credit Card Stolen

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:32:25

Credit Card Stolen

A wallet and credit card are stolen from a car at a local restaurant. Salina Police are investigating after 25-year-old Azucena Castenada-Nava of Salina alerted authorities someone entered her 2007 Ford 500 while it was parked at Coyote Canyon on South Ninth. Castenada-Nava believes the vehi...

 
 

Voting Deadline is Noon Tuesday

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:18:24

Voting Deadline is Noon Tuesday

The ballots continue to be counted at the Saline County Clerk's Office, as voters decide whether to approve a  $110.7 million bond issue to improve facilities at USD 305. Saline County Clerk and Election Officer Don Merriman tells KSAL News that his office has counted 12,897 ballots so far with ...

 
 

Local Man Scammed

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:10:21

Local Man Scammed

A Salina man is scammed over $700 via the internet. According to Captain Mike Sweeney a 55-year-old man contacted Salina Police on April 4th after realizing he had been fooled by thieves. The man applied for a $2000 loan on the website eloans.com to find out it was a fraudulent site. Upon appl...

 
 

Kansas Testing Continues Despite Problems

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 11:18:00

Kansas Testing Continues Despite Problems

Kansas student testing is moving forward despite several hurdles, from computer problems to cyber attacks. After the tests in mathematics, science and reading started March 10, system glitches prevented many schools from completing the federally mandated tests. Once those issues were fixed, the t...

 
 

School Funding Bill Takes Teacher Tenure Away

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 10:42:24

School Funding Bill Takes Teacher Tenure Away

Kansas lawmakers have given final approval to a plan that would increase aid to poor school districts and eliminate tenure for public school teachers. The House voted 63-57 on Sunday to approve a compromise bill drafted by Republicans in both legislative chambers. The Senate earlier backed the bi...

 
 

Kansas massage parlor worker faces sentencing

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 09:07:41

Kansas massage parlor worker faces sentencing

A former Wichita massage parlor worker ensnared in a sex trafficking scheme faces sentencing. Xiuqing Tian (shoo-ching tee-AHN') of Framingham, Mass., has a hearing Monday in federal court in Wichita. She pleaded guilty in November to helping induce an immigrant to reside unlawfully in the United...

 
 

Kansas governor to help launch tourism campaign

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 09:06:00

Kansas governor to help launch tourism campaign

Gov. Sam Brownback and Kansas tourism officials are planning an event in Wichita this week to launch this year's promotional campaign for promoting the state's destinations. The event is scheduled for Wednesday morning at Exploration Place in Wichita. Brownback and the other officials are unveili...

 
 

Missing Topeka man found dead

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 03:44:26

Missing Topeka man found dead

Authorities say a Topeka man reported missing recently has been found dead in northeast Kansas. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that Jackson County authorities were notified Sunday about a missing Topeka man who was reportedly headed to Jackson County. Jackson County Sheriff's deputies and ...

 
 

Wichita to consider water supply options

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 03:41:56

Wichita to consider water supply options

The Wichita City Council is expected to consider several options for the city's long-term water supply. The Wichita Eagle reports the council on Tuesday will hear from public works officials who'll present several options for a new long-term water source. The options were still being fine-tuned l...

 
 
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