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Zoo Mourns Loss Of Tiger

By ksal-staff On Tue, 24 Dec 2013 00:34:06

Zoo Mourns Loss Of Tiger

Rolling Hills Zoo lost a very special animal Monday. According to the zoo, Chanda the female Amur tiger, died Monday from renal failure. She was 17 years old. Chanda was born at the Minnesota Zoo on May 9, 1996. She came to Rolling Hills Zoo on June 2, 2004 at the age of eight. Chanda was the bea...

 
 

Judge Outlines Reasons For Bomb Suspect’s Jailing

By associated-press On Tue, 24 Dec 2013 00:16:13

Judge Outlines Reasons For Bomb Suspect’s Jailing

A federal judge has explained her reasons for continuing to detain a man accused of plotting a suicide bombing at a Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport. U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen Humphreys issued a written detention order Monday against Terry Lee Loewen following last week's detention hearing. T...

 
 

Kansas Regents Seek Support For Higher College Rate

By associated-press On Tue, 24 Dec 2013 00:14:39

Kansas Regents Seek Support For Higher College Rate

Members of the Kansas Board of Regents plan to ask lawmakers to support the board's long-range plan to increase the number of Kansans with education beyond high school. Regent Vice Chairman Kenny Wilk told The Lawrence Journal-World reported heplans to put together a resolution for the Legislatur...

 
 

Dual Voter Registration Lawsuit Moved to US Court

By associated-press On Tue, 24 Dec 2013 00:12:27

Dual Voter Registration Lawsuit Moved to US Court

A legal challenge over whether Kansas will create a dual voter registration system has moved to federal court. The Equality Kansas lawsuit seeks to block Secretary of State Kris Kobach from creating a dual registration system, arguing it would violate voters' rights to equal protection. The Ameri...

 
 

KDWPT Laying off 75 Employees

By associated-press On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 18:50:22

KDWPT Laying off 75 Employees

Dozens of seasonal employees at the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism were laid off the week before Christmas. Department spokesman Ron Kaufman said Monday 75 seasonal KDWPT employees were told last week that their last day of work for the department was Friday. He said they'd rece...

 
 

Kansas Sees Increase in Dairy Production

By associated-press On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 18:40:07

Kansas Sees Increase in Dairy Production

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says milk production from Kansas dairies was up last month. The USDA says milk production from Kansas dairies totaled 244 million pounds in November, that a 7.5 percent increase from the same month last year. The production per cow averaged 1,810 pounds, up 4...

 
 

Spend Holiday with Abusive Parents?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 17:48:09

Spend Holiday with Abusive Parents?

My parents were so abusive to us children growing up, that my siblings and I have decided to cut them out of our lives. We don’t plan to spend Christmas, or any time with them during the holidays, but they don’t get it. They continue to deny how physically and emotionally abusive they were to us...

 
 

Jewelry Stolen from Home

By ksal-staff On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 16:26:31

Jewelry Stolen from Home

Salina Police are investigating a residential burglary. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, officers were sent to a home in the 100 block of E. Beloit after someone entered the house and removed numerous pieces of jewelry. Police say sometime between November 20th and December 19th, someone sto...

 
 

Police Cancel Emergency Accident Reporting Plan

By ksal-staff On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 16:16:39

Police Cancel Emergency Accident Reporting Plan

Heavy snowfall in Salina over the weekend prompted the activation of the Emergency Accident Reporting Plan by Salina Police from 2pm on Saturday until 9:30am Monday morning. According to Police Captain Mike Sweeney, snowy and slick conditions played a role in 21 accidents around the city during t...

 
 

St. John’s Seeks To Split Lawsuit

By associated-press On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 13:04:21

St. John’s Seeks To Split Lawsuit

A Salina military academy wants to split up a federal lawsuit by 11 former cadets alleging the school fostered a culture of abuse. Lawyers for St. John's Military School argue in a recent filing the defense would be harmed by failure to hold 11 separate trials. The motion contends each ex-cadet's...

 
 
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