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Trauma, When To Get Help?

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 15:33:15

Trauma, When To Get Help?

My girlfriend was in the Aurora, Colorado theatre and witnessed the mass shooting there. She didn’t get hurt, but saw people who had been shot. She was so traumatized that it has been hard for her to get over it. How can I help her? I’m so sorry to hear that she had to witness this carnage, b...

 
 

Lost Checkbook Used in Forgery

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 15:28:54

Lost Checkbook Used in Forgery

A Salina woman is charged with forgery and theft after she allegedly wrote a check from another person's closed account. Police Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL News that 48-year-old Terry Lynn Robinson was arrested on a warrant on Wednesday. Police say Robinson apparently found a lost checkboo...

 
 

Governor To Speak At Salina Military Graduation

By ksal-staff On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 15:02:19

Governor To Speak At Salina Military Graduation

Governor Sam Brownback will be the guest speaker at a Kansas National Guard event in Salina this weekend. The Kansas Kansas National Guard 235th Regiment will host a graduation and commissioning ceremony on Saturday. According to the agency, 17 students of Officer Candidate School Class 59 will g...

 
 

Paroled Killer Back Behind Bars

By associated-press On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 13:02:32

Paroled Killer Back Behind Bars

A Kansas man who killed a woman and her 4-year-old son has been returned to prison nearly 11 years after being released on parole for the 1980 slayings. 55-year-old Tony Hobbs was taken back into custody after violating conditions of his parole supervision last month. He'll meet later with the Ka...

 
 

Requirements Low For Child Abuse Investigators

By associated-press On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 12:54:21

Requirements Low For Child Abuse Investigators

Kansas workers responsible for investigating suspected child abuse claims don't need more than a high school education to get a job in which mistakes could result in death. The Department for Children and Families has been using the workers, called special investigators, in addition to state-lice...

 
 

Kansas Gets Grant For Advanced Placement Exams

By associated-press On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 12:50:18

Kansas Gets Grant For  Advanced Placement Exams

Kansas has been awarded nearly $81,000 from the federal government to help students pay for advanced placement exams. The state is one of 38 to receive $28.4 million total in grants from the U.S. Department of Education to help prepare low-income students for college. According to the departme...

 
 

Man Arrested For Manhattan Bomb Threat

By associated-press On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 12:42:52

Man Arrested For Manhattan Bomb Threat

A 21-year-old Junction City man has been arrested after police say he phoned in a bomb threat in Manhattan, Kansas. According to authorities, the Riley County Police Department and the Manhattan Fire Department responded to a reported bomb threat at Florence Manufacturing Tuesday. The scene was s...

 
 

VIDEO: Attempted ATV Theft

By ksal-staff On Thu, 13 Aug 2015 00:02:25

VIDEO: Attempted ATV Theft

Salina Police are asking for the public's health in identifying a thief who tried to steal an ATV from a motel parking lot. Police say that on Sunday a suspect in a dark colored Dodge quad cab pickup attempted to steal an ATV from the back of another truck. The attempted theft happened in the par...

 
 

Rolling Hills Ready For “Zoo Brew”

By ksal-staff On Wed, 12 Aug 2015 22:03:46

Rolling Hills Ready For  “Zoo Brew”

Rolling Hills Zoo will be rockin' this Friday night. Organizers are ready for Zoo Brew, one of the organization's most popular fund raising events of the year. Those who attend are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to enjoy the zoo, food, drink, and live music. Salina band RockGarden will be perfor...

 
 

Kansas Officials Defend Pension Bonds After Moody’s Report

By associated-press On Wed, 12 Aug 2015 21:40:34

Kansas Officials Defend Pension Bonds After Moody’s Report

Kansas officials are defending the state's decision to sell $1 billion in bonds in an effort to boost the financial health of its public pension system after a rating agency's report suggested the move won't help much. Kansas was selling the bonds Wednesday after legislators authorized them earli...

 
 
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