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Day Care License Suspended After Child Dies

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 15:08:38

Day Care License Suspended After Child Dies

The license of a Hays day care center is temporarily suspended while authorities investigate the cause of an 8-week-old infant's death. Hays Police Chief Don Scheibler says the infant died Saturday at a Wichita hospital. The child was hospitalized after emergency personnel went to Michelle M. Sa...

 
 

A Core Concern

By ksal-staff On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 13:26:14

A Core Concern

The Hutchinson News: Overblown concerns about Common Core won't improve education Some political groups and Kansas lawmakers who are pushing against the adoption of Common Core Standards in public schools could use a dose of education, and perhaps something to refresh their memories. Common...

 
 

Kansas Chamber Shows Hand In Singling Out Lawmakers

By ksal-staff On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 13:23:19

Kansas Chamber Shows Hand In Singling Out Lawmakers

The Garden City Telegram: John Doll sounded surprised to hear he didn't make a list supposedly tied to job growth. As a newer lawmaker with just one session under his belt, the state representative for Garden City hasn't established much of a voting record on the issue. Ditto for fellow GOP R...

 
 

Safeguard Voting Rights

By ksal-staff On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 13:16:01

Safeguard Voting Rights

The Wichita Eagle: If Gov. Sam Brownback and Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt feel a responsibility to safeguard voting rights, Kansans wouldn't know it from their comments Monday related to the state's 8-month-old requirement of proof of citizenship to register to vote. The voter regist...

 
 

Wet Conditions Prompt Mosquito Population Growth

By ksal-staff On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 13:11:08

Wet Conditions Prompt Mosquito Population Growth

The recent wet weather has helped the mosquito population quickly grow. According to the Salina-Saline County Health Department, mosquitoes have more places to breed this year, due to recent rains and flooding. West Nile Virus and other diseases can be spread by mosquito bites. The department...

 
 

Toddler Recovering After Wall Falls On Her

By toddpittenger On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 13:02:59

Toddler Recovering After Wall Falls On Her

A 2-year-old Kansas girl who was critically injured when a stone wall fell on her is surprising her family with her quick recovery. Trayleigh Humphries of Halstead was injured Friday night while trying to crawl on the 6 1/2-foot wall, when 2-inch thick bricks fell on her. Her falther, Steve...

 
 

Kansan Sentenced In Scheme That Led To Arson Death

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 12:57:37

Kansan Sentenced In Scheme That Led To Arson Death

A man involved in a convenience store robbery that set off a chain of events leading to the death of a Kansas State University researcher has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison. 23-year-old Frank Joseph Hanson of Manhattan pleaded guilty earlier this year to brandishing a weapon duri...

 
 

Black Bear At Zoo Dies

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 11:13:23

Black Bear At Zoo Dies

A male black bear at the Great Bend zoo has died. The bear — named Clyde — was euthanized Sunday. The bear had undergone emergency surgery Thursday. But zoo director Scott Gregory commented at the time that the procedure was risky and Clyde's condition was critical. Clyde's problem stemmed...

 
 

Moran Plans Visit With Kansas Business Leaders

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 11:03:34

Moran Plans Visit With Kansas Business Leaders

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran is planning to meet with business leaders and hospital administrators in south-central Kansas. The Kansas Republican scheduled a Tuesday morning tour of the National Institute for Aviation Research, followed by remarks at the monthly meeting of the Wichita Independent Busine...

 
 

Kansas Wheat Crop at 328 Million Bushels

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 00:30:21

Kansas Wheat Crop at 328 Million Bushels

A new report estimates that Kansas farmers took in 328 million bushels of winter wheat this season, down 14 percent from last year. The projection in Monday's report from the National Agricultural Statistics Service is based on an average yield of 40 bushels of wheat per acre cut from 8.2 million...

 
 
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