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Love and Encouragement in Recipe to Help Taryn

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 20:32:12

Love and Encouragement in Recipe to Help Taryn

Family and friends continue to rally around a Central High Senior who is battling cancer. With encouragement baked in to every cake and cookie made, organizers are preparing for a fund raiser to help 17-year-old Taryn Edwards of Salina who was diagnosed with Large B-Cell Lymphoma in March. Org...

 
 

3 New ATVs Stolen

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 19:04:43

3 New ATVs Stolen

The Saline County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of three ATVs from a Salina machinery business. Sheriff Glen Kochanowski tells KSAL News that 3 Polaris brand ATVs were stolen early Saturday morning sometime between 1:45am and 2:07am from Straub International, 3637 S. 9th. Deputie...

 
 

Computers, Vehicles Stolen

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 18:44:33

Computers, Vehicles Stolen

Salina Police are investigating several residential burglary and theft cases from over the long holiday weekend. Police are investigating a burglary and theft that occurred on Wednesday in the 100 block of N. College. The owner told officers he returned home to find his back door left open and a ...

 
 

Over 7k in Drum Cymbals Stolen

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 17:50:24

Over 7k in Drum Cymbals Stolen

Four bags of drum cymbals are stolen from a room at Kansas Wesleyan University. Salina Police report that sometime between November 8th and November 16th, someone removed 4 bags of Zildjian drum cymbals from the percussion room on KW's campus at 100 E. Claflin. Police say instructor Dean Kranz...

 
 

Deputies Seeking Man Hurt in Fight

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 17:23:03

Deputies Seeking Man Hurt in Fight

A Minneapolis man is in jail after a fight in a bar parking lot. Saline County Sheriff's Deputies found 43-year-old Jeremy Throwbridge on the ground outside Outlaws Tavern, 1676 State Street, early Saturday morning, after an argument turned violent. Deputies say just before 2am, Throwbridge wa...

 
 

Will Thanksgiving Sales Eat Into Cyber Monday?

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 12:00:24

Will Thanksgiving Sales Eat Into Cyber Monday?

They already have taken a chunk out of Black Friday shopping totals. And we should find out soon if the Thanksgiving Day sales many retailers held will also eat into Cyber Monday sales. Today is the traditional day when people flock online to pick up bargains at what was traditional the start of...

 
 

WSU Researcher Wants To Make Google Glasses Safer

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 11:51:59

WSU Researcher Wants To Make Google Glasses Safer

A Wichita State University instructor is conducting research aimed at making Google's Internet-connected eyeglasses safer for drivers. Assistant psychology professor Jibo He runs the school's Human Automation Interaction Lab, which uses an advanced driving simulator, eye trackers and sensors to s...

 
 

K-State Works To Improve Astronaut Outerwear

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 11:49:45

K-State Works To Improve Astronaut Outerwear

Kansas State University researchers are laying the groundwork for a next-generation spacesuit that could monitor astronauts' health and use body heat to power electronics. A team of students and professors in electrical and computer engineering is working with a model spacesuit. The replica is ma...

 
 

Kansas Statehouse To Mark Hanukkah

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 11:47:49

Kansas Statehouse To Mark Hanukkah

Gov. Sam Brownback will help mark the eighth night of Hanukkah during a ceremony at the Kansas Statehouse. Wednesday evening's event will feature the lighting of the menorah by Brownback, Lt. Col. Moran Omer of the Israel Defense Force and Spec. Eliezer Godblatt of the Army's 1st Infantry Divisio...

 
 

Students find frog-killing fungus in Kansas

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 03:32:20

Students find frog-killing fungus in Kansas

An amphibian-killing fungus has turned up in streams and ponds in Kansas, raising concerns among biologists. The Wichita Eagle reports that the discovery was made by students working with biologist Mary Liz Jameson in her Wichita State University field ecology class. Called chytrid, the infectiou...

 
 
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