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Friend Stretches the Truth?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 27 Jan 2014 13:00:49

Friend Stretches the Truth?

I have a casual friend who is a big talker in that he always has something to say and he often stretches the truth. Recently, he tried to tell me that he has lots of money in the bank because he used to be part owner in a business. He lives like a pauper but explained that away by saying he chooses ...

 
 

Owner’s Death Leaves Dogs Abandoned

By associated-press On Mon, 27 Jan 2014 12:12:53

Owner’s Death Leaves Dogs Abandoned

A Wichita area woman is seeking a home for three older dogs whose owner committed suicide in December. The dogs are 10-year-old cattle dog and Doberman mixes. They are litter mates and have lived their entire lives together. Carlene Hinton has hopes to keep it that way. Animal control took the...

 
 

60-Mile-Per-Hour Wind Rocks Salina

By ksal-staff On Mon, 27 Jan 2014 01:47:18

60-Mile-Per-Hour Wind Rocks Salina

60-mile-per-hour wind that rolled through Salina caused some headaches Sunday evening. A powerful cold front brought very strong wind just after 6:00. At 6:10 the National Weather Service clocked a 60 mph gust at the Salina Municipal Airport. The wind blew down limbs, trees, and powerlines. ...

 
 

VIDEO: Shoplifter Caught On Camera

By toddpittenger On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 19:11:51

VIDEO: Shoplifter Caught On Camera

Police are looking for a suspected shoplifter who was caught on video. According to Salina Police, a suspect wearing a black hat and white coat is suspected of shoplifting from Kmart on January 19th. The suspect left the store in a gray or charcoal colored minivan. If you can identify the man...

 
 

Bill would put Kansas court rulings on time limit

By ksal-staff On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 18:21:09

Bill would put Kansas court rulings on time limit

A key Senate leader is pushing passage of a measure that would restrict the amount of time judges in the Kansas court system could take before issuing opinions. Senate Vice President Jeff King said the bill would set a deadline for district courts, the Kansas Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supre...

 
 

Saline County to consider weapons policy

By associated-press On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 18:12:46

Saline County to consider weapons policy

Saline County commissioners are expected consider a policy that would allow county employees who have concealed carry permits to carry their weapons while at work. The Salina Journal reports  the policy would prohibit those employees from from storing or leaving firearms in bags, coats, purses o...

 
 

Storm Fury On The Plains Coming

By toddpittenger On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 13:30:02

Storm Fury On The Plains Coming

A "Storm Fury On The Plains" will soon be rolling across Kansas. National Weather Service meteorologists are preparing to spread out across the state and present their annual spring severe weather safety and spotter classes. The annual "Storm Fury on The Plains" presentations from the Wichita off...

 
 

I-70 reopened in Kansas after semi-trailer fire

By associated-press On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 10:30:01

I-70 reopened in Kansas after semi-trailer fire

One lane of westbound traffic on Interstate 70 in northeast Kansas has reopened after a semi-trailer fire closed that portion of the highway. The Topeka Capital-Journal report that the section of highway in Wabaunsee and Riley counties was reopened to traffic Saturday morning after the fire was p...

 
 

Kansas group to write its own social media policy

By associated-press On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 10:28:27

Kansas group to write its own social media policy

A group charged with recommending changes to the Kansas Board of Regents' new social media policy will compose its own social media proposal. The Lawrence Journal-World reports Kevin Johnson, general counsel at Emporia State University and co-chair of the social media working group, says the grou...

 
 

WSU hosting panel on human trafficking

By associated-press On Sun, 26 Jan 2014 10:23:31

WSU hosting panel on human trafficking

Wichita State University is scheduled to host an upcoming conference on combatting human trafficking. The Wichita Eagle reports several of the state's leading authorities on human trafficking are expected to attend the event Monday. Karen Countryman-Roswurm, executive director of WSU's Center ...

 
 
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