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Convicted Serial Killer’s Kansas Death Sentence Upheld

By associated-press On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 18:22:03

Convicted Serial Killer’s Kansas Death Sentence Upheld

The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for a convicted serial killer who stuffed several of the bodies of his female victims into barrels. The ruling Friday in the case of John E. Robinson Sr. marks the first time justices have upheld a death sentence since Kansas reinstated capit...

 
 

Walk-ins Welcome

By jeff-garretson On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 17:47:16

Walk-ins Welcome

The Tammy Walker Cancer Center is hosting a free Cancer Screening and Prevention Fair on Saturday, November 7th from 8am to 11:30am. Tammy Wallker's Linda Hinnenkamp tells KSAL News that staff is ready to serve walk-ins during the event as well, "We've got openings from 9:30am to 11:15am and hope...

 
 

Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust

By hannahholt On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 17:01:45

Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust

A Wichita man is in the Saline County Jail after a routine traffic stop turned into something much more severe. Matthew Aitch, 29 of Wichita was pulled over by a deputy on I-135 near the I-70 junction for going 87mph in a 75mph zone. The deputy saw there were multiple cigarettes lit and the ve...

 
 

Jury Duty Scam Reported

By hannahholt On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 17:00:25

Jury Duty Scam Reported

Saline County Sheriff's Office are investigating a scam that has been reported twice already. An unknown male caller has been calling people on jury duty to tell them that they have failed to appear for duty, and requests that the individuals wire money to pay their fine. Neither one of the vict...

 
 

Ex-Boyfriend Arrested for Alleged Theft

By hannahholt On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 16:58:46

Ex-Boyfriend Arrested for Alleged Theft

A Salina man is being charged with burglary, theft and felony obstruction after breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home on the 1600 block of Beverly. The victim reported that Wade Dickerman, 36, allegedly entered her home and began to threaten her, causing her to run from the home. When she retu...

 
 

Theft Reported, One Arrest Made

By hannahholt On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 16:57:42

Theft Reported, One Arrest Made

One theft in Salina leads to an arrest, and another still remains unsolved. Lowe's on South 9th Street reported a theft on October 22 when a man, now identified as 38-year-old Charles Rowsen, picked up a Dyson vaccuum cleaner and returned it to the return center. He was issued a gift card of $54...

 
 

Budget Deficit Might Loom Again

By associated-press On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 13:00:14

Budget Deficit Might Loom Again

Kansas officials are preparing to issue a new fiscal forecast and it could leave the state with a projected deficit in its current budget again. University officials, legislative researchers and officials in Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's administration were meeting Friday to draft revised proje...

 
 

Embattled Teacher Will Not Resign

By associated-press On Fri, 06 Nov 2015 12:58:35

Embattled Teacher Will Not Resign

A Conway Springs teacher at the center of a controversy over showing an anti-bullying video says he has changed his mind and has decided not to resign. Tom Leahy's decision to return to the classroom could force a school board vote on whether or not he can continue teaching. Leahy and Superint...

 
 

New report: Services to Cost Kansas $47M More Than Expected

By associated-press On Thu, 05 Nov 2015 23:10:57

New report: Services to Cost Kansas $47M More Than Expected

A new report says Medicaid and other services will cost Kansas about $47 million more than expected during the next two budget years. The new estimates Thursday complicate the budget picture for Republican Gov. Sam Brownback and the GOP-dominated Legislature. The report was issued by legislative ...

 
 

Kansas Supreme Court to Take up School Funding Case

By associated-press On Thu, 05 Nov 2015 23:08:57

Kansas Supreme Court to Take up School Funding Case

The Kansas Supreme Court is preparing to weigh arguments in a lawsuit that claims the state's school districts are inadequately funded. A three-judge Shawnee County District Court panel found in June that the state's newly enacted strategy for financing 286 school districts and cuts to state aid ...

 
 
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