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VIDEO: Suspected Counterfeiters Caught On Camera

By ksal-staff On Mon, 04 Aug 2014 14:06:11

VIDEO: Suspected Counterfeiters Caught On Camera

Three people suspected of using counterfeit money in Salina are caught on video. According to Salina Police, the two white females and white male in the video are suspected of passing counterfeit bills at Rod's, 1401 S. Santa Fe on July 27th. Counterfeit bills have been used to make purchases ...

 
 

UPDATE: Drowning Victim Identified

By associated-press On Mon, 04 Aug 2014 12:19:49

UPDATE: Drowning Victim Identified

A 21-year old Topeka man drowned Saturday evening while attempting to swim across Deep Creek at the Pillsbury Crossing Wildlife Area east of Manhattan. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism identifies the victim as 21-year-old Anthony Bernard Strange Jr. from Topeka. An autopsy w...

 
 

State Doesn’t Require Newborn Defect Screening

By associated-press On Mon, 04 Aug 2014 12:10:19

State Doesn’t Require Newborn Defect Screening

Kansas is one of 10 states that don't require newborns be screened for a critical heart problem, but state health officials have been working to educate health care providers about the benefits of the testing. Despite not being required to, most hospitals and birthing facilities in Kansas screen ...

 
 

Football Coach Hurt In Crash

By ksal-staff On Mon, 04 Aug 2014 11:49:11

Football Coach Hurt In Crash

The coach of three Kansas state championship football teams was hurt early Sunday in a motorcycle crash. Osborne County Sheriff Kurt Miner says Steve Tiernan was four miles west of Tipton on Highway 181 when he crashed early Sunday morning. He was not wearing a helmet. Miner said Tiernan was s...

 
 

Back To School Fair Is This Week

By ksal-staff On Mon, 04 Aug 2014 11:33:03

Back To School Fair Is This Week

Organizers are preparing to distribute 1,850 backpacks full of school supplies. The annual Saline County Back to School Fair is this week. Through the support of community sponsors, the event provides an opportunity to distribute free basic school supplies to 1,850 income- eligible Saline County ...

 
 

Grass Burns Not Limited To Spring

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 20:27:16

Grass Burns Not Limited To Spring

Kansas State University researchers have concluded that the decades-long practice of Kansas ranchers burning grassland in late April could take place virtually any time with no ill effects. E. Gene Towne and Joseph Craine based their research on 20 years of data collected from burning at the Kon...

 
 

Wichita won’t take part in free meals program

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 16:24:29

Wichita won’t take part in free meals program

The Wichita school district isn't participating this year in a new federal program that aims to reduce the stigma of applying for low-cost meals by offering free meals to all students regardless of family income. Officials in the Wichita school district say the district doesn't plan to apply for ...

 
 

Old issue still dogs Kansas tea party candidate

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 16:21:03

Old issue still dogs Kansas tea party candidate

Tea party candidate Milton Wolf's chances of knocking off three-term Sen. Pat Roberts in Kansas have been complicated by renewed attention to an episode in the challenger's past. A Kansas newspaper recently reported that a state medical board is investigating Wolf's posting of graphic X-ray image...

 
 

5 in GOP run for Kansas insurance commissioner

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 16:15:39

5 in GOP run for Kansas insurance commissioner

Five Republicans are running for Kansas insurance commissioner and seeking to replace retiring three-term GOP Commissioner Sandy Praeger. The GOP field in Tuesday's primary includes state Sen. Clark Shultz, of Lindsborg. He formerly served in the Kansas House as its Insurance Committee chairman ...

 
 

Jenkins faces tea party challenger in Kansas 2nd

By associated-press On Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:41:58

Jenkins faces tea party challenger in Kansas 2nd

Kansas congresswoman Lynn Jenkins faces a Republican primary tea party challenger who accuses her voting to allow the indefinite detention of American citizens. Joshua Joel Tucker, of Pittsburg, also said Friday that the House's GOP leaders aren't doing enough to challenge Democratic President Ba...

 
 
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