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Snow, Ice, Floods, Tornadoes

By associated-press On Mon, 28 Dec 2015 12:06:47

Snow, Ice, Floods, Tornadoes

A Missouri sheriff says four soldiers from another country who were temporarily stationed at Fort Leonard Wood are among the six people who have died in flooding in the state. Pulaski County Sheriff Ronald Long said in a statement late Sunday night that a witness saw a car drive into a flooded ro...

 
 

UPDATE: Winter Storm Impacting Kansas

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Dec 2015 11:30:08

UPDATE: Winter Storm Impacting Kansas

A winter storm with freezing rain and snow is expected to hit Kansas. The National Weather Service on Sunday issued winter storm warnings for several sections of the state, including eastern and south-central Kansas. The weather service said the warnings are in effect through Monday night. The...

 
 

Police Officer’s Killer Dies in Prison

By associated-press On Mon, 28 Dec 2015 03:02:53

Police Officer’s Killer Dies in Prison

A Topeka man serving a life sentence for killing a Topeka police officer has died in prison. The Kansas Department of Corrections says that 32-year-old Ross Preston Lane was found unresponsive in his cell at the El Dorado Correctional Facility on Dec. 24. He was pronounced dead later that mornin...

 
 

Zoo To Ring In New Year

By ksal-staff On Sun, 27 Dec 2015 21:00:37

Zoo To Ring In New Year

Kids looking for an exciting new way to ring in the New Year can find it at Rolling Hills Zoo. On December 31st, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., children ages 3 – 12 can ring in 2016 during the Noon Year’s Eve Party in the conference center at Rolling Hills Zoo. During this kid-centered event k...

 
 

KU Program Tailored for Those With Intellectual Disabilities

By staff On Sun, 27 Dec 2015 13:30:35

KU Program Tailored for Those With Intellectual Disabilities

A new University of Kansas program that begins next fall will give a handful of students with intellectual disabilities a chance to take classes at the school for the first time. The KU Transition to Postsecondary Education for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities program is being funded through ...

 
 

Army to resume Cleanup at Former Sunflower Ammunition Plant

By staff On Sun, 27 Dec 2015 13:27:59

Army to resume Cleanup at Former Sunflower Ammunition Plant

The U.S. Army is preparing to resume work removing pollutants on a 15-square-mile tract that's considered the largest potentially developable chunk of land in the Kansas City metropolitan area, but the project is expected to take far longer than officials had envisioned. Environmental cleanup at ...

 
 

5 Taken to Hospital After KC Police Chase Ends in Crash

By staff On Sat, 26 Dec 2015 12:05:52

5 Taken to Hospital After KC Police Chase Ends in Crash

Five people were taken to a hospital after a car fleeing from Kansas City police collided with another vehicle. The Kansas City Star reports the incident began around 2 p.m. Thursday when police officers spotted a black Chevrolet Impala they suspected of being carjacked. Police say the driver ...

 
 

Kansas Man Killed in Nebraska Crash, Sheriff’s Office Says

By staff On Sat, 26 Dec 2015 11:59:51

Kansas Man Killed in Nebraska Crash, Sheriff’s Office Says

Authorities say a Kansas man has been killed in a south-central Nebraska highway crash. The accident was reported around 5 p.m. Wednesday on Nebraska Highway 78, east of Red Cloud in Webster County. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the Webster County Sheriff's Office identified the victim...

 
 

Off-Road Drivers Causing Damage at State Park Near Lawrence

By staff On Sat, 26 Dec 2015 11:58:27

Off-Road Drivers Causing Damage at State Park Near Lawrence

Officials at Clinton Wildlife Area say illegal off-road drivers are causing damage around Clinton Lake that has forced the closure of some roads. The Lawrence Journal-World reports the Rock Creek Boat Ramp on the southwest side of the lake and portions of Green Road on the wildlife area's western...

 
 

Skunks Blamed For Increase in Kansas Cattle With Rabies

By staff On Sat, 26 Dec 2015 11:53:39

Skunks Blamed For Increase in Kansas Cattle With Rabies

A Kansas State University researcher says a rise in the number of rabid skunks in the state likely has contributed to an increase in cattle rabies cases. Gregg Hanzlicek is director of production animal field investigations for the university's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. He says 13 rabies ...

 
 
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