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Mud Citations

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 May 2016 16:54:55

Mud Citations

Deputies with the Saline County Sherrif's Office handed out seven citations over the weekend to drivers who were out mudding in trucks on wet roads. Undersherrif Roger Soldan tells KSAL News that deputies responded to multiple locations around Saline County - where pickup trucks where stuck in th...

 
 

Burglary Arrest

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 May 2016 16:40:56

Burglary Arrest

Investigators follow information provided from a Salina pawn shop - back to a burglary suspect. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, 25-year-old Joshua Mudd was arrested over the weekend on burglary and theft charges. Police say Mudd entered a home at 828 Choctaw on two occasions, April 24th and...

 
 

Man Suffers Broken Leg in Fight

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 May 2016 15:58:25

Man Suffers Broken Leg in Fight

A fight outside a Salina area bar sends one man to the hospital, the other to jail. Deputies from the Saline County Sheriff's Office were called to Outlaws, 1676 W. State at 11:15pm on Saturday night to the report of a fight. Officers found 37-year-old Mario Brown of Hutchinson on the ground c...

 
 

Kansas Legislators Adjourned Until June 1

By associated-press On Mon, 02 May 2016 11:52:32

Kansas Legislators Adjourned Until June 1

Kansas legislators have approved a plan for balancing the state budget that gives Republican Gov. Sam Brownback broad discretion to make spending cuts. The Senate approved the measure on a 22-18 vote early Monday morning. The measure initially was failing, but several GOP senators switched their ...

 
 

PHOTO GALLERY: Salina Discovered, Naturally

By toddpittenger On Mon, 02 May 2016 00:00:58

PHOTO GALLERY: Salina Discovered, Naturally

A chilly, wet day did not dampen the enthusiasm at a gathering in Lakewood Park to "Discover Salina, Naturally."  The unique Salina event was a celebration of the natural side of Salina, and positive environmental impacts that are being made in the community. There were nearly 60 booths an...

 
 

Court: OK to deny benefits to worker who objected to vaccine

By associated-press On Sun, 01 May 2016 19:06:43

Court: OK to deny benefits to worker who objected to vaccine

The Kansas Court of Appeals says a hospital can deny unemployment benefits to a former employee who objected to receiving a flu vaccine. The appeals panel affirmed a lower court ruling dismissing the case of Debra Rhodenbaugh, who had been an emergency department clerk at McPherson Hospital. In 2...

 
 

Kansas lawmakers weigh budget-fix plan: Dump it on Brownback

By associated-press On Sun, 01 May 2016 19:04:16

Kansas lawmakers weigh budget-fix plan: Dump it on Brownback

Top Republicans in the Kansas Legislature hope to finish work on a plan for balancing a state budget that would require GOP Gov. Sam Brownback to do most of the work. The House was taking the measure up first Sunday. If its members approved the bill, the Senate would decide whether to send it to ...

 
 

New Sculptures Ready to be Unveiled

By ksal-staff On Sun, 01 May 2016 14:13:55

New Sculptures Ready to be Unveiled

Out with the old, in with the new. The 2016 version of SculptureTour Salina will be unveiled on Saturday. The 26 sculptures that have been in Downtown Salina for the past year are coming down to make way for 22 new sculptures. All of the new sculptures will be unveiled simultaneously when a ca...

 
 

Topeka man faces 16 years for 2014 crash that killed 2

By associated-press On Sun, 01 May 2016 01:03:12

Topeka man faces 16 years for 2014 crash that killed 2

A north-central Kansas man faces more than 16 years in prison for a vehicle crash that killed a teenager and her father. Jason Jeardoe of Bennington was convicted earlier of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol in the 2014 deaths of Jason Pisocki and his daughter,...

 
 

House rejects giving governor more say in judicial selection

By associated-press On Sun, 01 May 2016 00:59:45

House rejects giving governor more say in judicial selection

The Kansas House has rejected a proposal that would have given the governor a bigger voice in who is nominated for the Kansas Supreme Court, following outcries from some lawyers who said it would have damaged the separation of powers between the branches of government. The House voted 57-56 again...

 
 
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