ksal.com
Salina Technical College
Getting Married

Fork Stabbing Prompts Arrest

By ksal-staff On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 15:41:23

Fork Stabbing Prompts Arrest

An incident in which a woman was stabbed with a fork lead to a couple of arrests on Tuesday. Police say that officers were called to a home at 330 N Phillips at around 10:45 Tuesday morning in regard to an argument. Allegedly, during the argument, 29-year-old Kristina Zeedyk shoved 28-year-old...

 
 

Guns Stolen From Rural Home

By ksal-staff On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 15:29:57

Guns Stolen From Rural Home

Saline County Sheriff Deputies are investigating the burglary of a rural home. According to Captain Roger Soldan, sometime Tuesday morning between 6:15 and 9:45, a home at 1785 West Shipton Road was broken into. Entry was gained by forcing open an egress window. Items taken include: Kimber...

 
 

Airplane Collides With Deer

By associated-press On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 12:56:34

Airplane Collides With Deer

A single-engine plane overturned after striking a deer during takeoff in south-central Kansas. The Kansas Highway Patrol says the pilot was trying to take off from the Kingman Airport late Monday when the deer ran in front of his plane. The patrol says the deer hit the plane's front tire, tearing...

 
 

Two Hurt In Motorcycle Collision

By ksal-staff On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 10:26:21

Two Hurt In Motorcycle Collision

A collision involving two Harley-Davidson motorcycles in rural Dickinson County sent two people to the hospital in Abilene. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, a 2002 Harley Davidson driven by 55-year-old Allen Campbell from Dallas, Georgia, was headed west on K-18 Highway. Campbell rear-e...

 
 

Drilling Slowdown Cuts Number of Kansas Quakes

By associated-press On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 09:56:17

Drilling Slowdown Cuts Number of Kansas Quakes

Oil drilling in Kansas has slowed since winter, and so have the frequency and intensity of earthquakes in the southern part of the state. State geologists say it's no coincidence that a reduction in drilling activity has resulted in fewer earthquakes. What they don't know is how much of that is c...

 
 

Parade Kicks Off Tri-Rivers Fair

By ksal-staff On Wed, 05 Aug 2015 09:28:24

Parade Kicks Off Tri-Rivers Fair

A parade down Santa Fe Tuesday night kicked off the fun and festivities of the 2015  Tri-Rivers Fair. A large crowd gathered to wave, cheer, and gather candy from the wide variety of colorful, and sometimes loud entries. Among those in the parade was Miss Kansas, McKenzie Welsh. She told KSAL...

 
 

Kansas Ends $25 Cap on Cash Benefits From ATMs

By associated-press On Tue, 04 Aug 2015 21:35:08

Kansas Ends $25 Cap on Cash Benefits From ATMs

Kansas has eliminated a $25-per-day limit on ATM withdrawals with cash assistance cards. The state Department for Children and Families said Tuesday that it was rescinding the policy before it could be put into effect for 15,000 poor residents receiving cash assistance each month. The departme...

 
 

Someone Who Bought Lottery in NE Kansas $1.8 Million Winner

By associated-press On Tue, 04 Aug 2015 21:33:18

Someone Who Bought Lottery in NE Kansas $1.8 Million Winner

The Kansas Lottery says someone who purchased a Super Kansas Cash lottery ticket in northeast Kansas is holding a $1.8 million jackpot winner. Lottery officials say a ticket matched all five numbers and the Super Cashball on Monday night. The last mega-jackpot in the Super Kansas Cash lottery was...

 
 

Kansas Lawmakers to Reopen Debate Over Police Body Cameras

By associated-press On Tue, 04 Aug 2015 21:31:58

Kansas Lawmakers to Reopen Debate Over Police Body Cameras

Kansas legislators are reopening their debate over requiring body cameras for police, and a key Republican says he's determined to resolve issues that kept lawmakers from enacting such a policy. Local officials and law enforcement groups remained concerned Tuesday about the potential costs and li...

 
 

Kansas Corn, Soybean Crops Generally in Good Shape For Week

By associated-press On Tue, 04 Aug 2015 21:29:50

Kansas Corn, Soybean Crops Generally in Good Shape For Week

Kansas corn and soybean crops were generally in good shape last week as farmers got into their fields an average of 5.7 days. The USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service says temperatures were above normal in the eastern half of the state and below normal in the west for the week ended Su...

 
 
Page 26 of 779« First...1020...2425262728...405060...Last »