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Sheriff K: To-Do-List Before Retirement

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 20:13:09

Sheriff K: To-Do-List Before Retirement

Last week Sheriff Glen Kochanowski announced that he would not pursue another term as Saline County Sheriff. Kochanowski, who has held the office since winning the 1996 election, joined in on the KSAL Morning News on Thursday with a look ahead. "Come January 15th of 2017 I'll walk out the door...

 
 

$20 Million Topeka Power Plant Criticized

By associated-press On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 18:37:02

$20 Million Topeka Power Plant Criticized

Lawmakers from both parties are criticizing Gov. Sam Brownback's administration for its handling of a contract for a new state power plant in Topeka. House and Senate members on Wednesday said a $20 million lease-purchase deal for the plant was done without legislative oversight and essentially e...

 
 

Breathing Easy Gets Harder

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 16:23:54

Breathing Easy Gets Harder

A Salina woman had a CPAP machine stolen out of the back of her vehicle. Sophia Kency of Salina bought a new machine and was going to sell back the old one. Sometime between November 15 and January 12, someone stole the old machine out of the back of her vehicle. Copyright © Alpha Media, 2016...

 
 

Walmart Chainsaw Misdemeanor

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 16:18:22

Walmart Chainsaw Misdemeanor

Two chainsaws were stolen from the bed of a truck in the Walmart parking lot yesterday afternoon. Cole Malmberg of Minneapolis was exiting Walmart yesterday when he saw someone standing next to his truck. The individual then took two chainsaws out of Malmberg's truck, one an Echo the other a Stih...

 
 

99 Bottles of Beer at the Clerk

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 16:09:35

99 Bottles of Beer at the Clerk

A Salina man was arrested yesterday after throwing beer around Walgreens at 700 South Broadway and at the clerk working at the store. 49-year-old William Jimerson went into Walgreens last night around 7:00 PM. He was intoxicated, and got charged with assault, damage to property and disorderly con...

 
 

Bob Dole: “Nobody Likes” Ted Cruz

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 15:38:53

Bob Dole: “Nobody Likes” Ted Cruz

Longtime Republican statesman Bob Dole says the GOP will see "wholesale losses" if Ted Cruz is the party's nominee for President this year. The former Kansas Senator, Senate Majority Leader, and 1996 Republican presidential nominee told the "New York Times" on Wednesday that he doesn't know how C...

 
 

Kansas Turnpike Tolls Increasing

By associated-press On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 15:29:38

Kansas Turnpike Tolls Increasing

Drivers who pay tolls with cash on the Kansas Turnpike will have to pay more, beginning in May. The Kansas Turnpike Authority announced Wednesday that cash tolls will increase 10 percent while costs for those who use the electronic K-Tag will get discounts. The revenue from the tolls will help...

 
 

Great Lakes Airlines Excited to Fly Salina

By toddpittenger On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 02:45:58

Great Lakes Airlines Excited to Fly Salina

News of new flights to Denver from a new air carrier, Great Lakes Airlines, came out of the Salina Regional Airport last week on Wednesday. That was followed just a couple of days later, late Friday night, by news of the current carrier, Seaport Airlines, abruptly ending its Salina service. Portl...

 
 

Closings, Cancellations, Road Conditions

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 Jan 2016 23:56:26

Closings, Cancellations, Road Conditions

Numerous roads across western and central Kansas are snow-packed and icy as a winter storm moves across the state. Some of the worst conditions were reported Wednesday in Hays, Salina, Hutchinson and Plainville. Kansas Department of Transportation spokeswoman Ann Williamson advised people to stay...

 
 

Group Meets to Discuss Jail Crowding

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 Jan 2016 21:23:37

Group Meets to Discuss Jail Crowding

Acknowledging that the process may take time, Director of Community Corrections Annie Grevas chaired the first meeting of the Committee to Reduce Jail Population. The Saline County Commission organized stakeholders and interested citizens to offer insights on a variety of criminal justice issues. ...

 
 
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