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Deduction For Kan. Gambling Losses Bites Dust

By associated-press On Mon, 29 Jul 2013 00:45:24

Deduction For Kan. Gambling Losses Bites Dust

Kansas gamblers will still be able to deduct part of their losses on their income tax forms this year, but starting next year that deduction is gone. Amid haggling over income and sales tax rates, doing away with the little-used gambling deduction was a popular idea among lawmakers during their s...

 
 

Kansas City Police Fatally Shoots Man

By associated-press On Sun, 28 Jul 2013 18:56:07

Kansas City Police Fatally Shoots Man

A Kansas City police officer fatally shot a man who refused to drop his weapon following a foot chase downtown. The Kansas City Star reports police responded to a report of something being stolen around 3 a.m. Sunday near 13th Street and Grand Avenue. Police say they began chasing the suspect,...

 
 

New Kansas law legalizes more kinds of knives

By ksal-staff On Sun, 28 Jul 2013 17:31:42

New Kansas law legalizes more kinds of knives

Kansas residents may now carry switchblades, daggers and other types of knives in most public places without fear of arrest. A new law that took effect July 1 lifted the state's ban on several kinds of bladed instruments. Gov. Sam Brownback signed the measure shortly after legislators approved it...

 
 

A Show Of Support For “22″

By ksal-staff On Sun, 28 Jul 2013 15:35:20

A Show Of Support For “22″

Salina South's Cody Busby was playing for more than just the West team during Saturday night's Shrine Bowl football game. He was also playing for a Salina child who is battling a brain tumor. If you watched the game, and thought Busby's helmet looked a little different, you were right. He had a ...

 
 

Officer Rescues Child From Creek

By associated-press On Sun, 28 Jul 2013 13:00:27

Officer Rescues Child From Creek

A Wichita police officer has rescued a 2-year-old boy from a fast-flowing Wichita creek. Sgt. Bruce Watts says the boy was walking with his grandfather Friday when he slipped down a muddy hill and fell into Gypsum Creek. The boy then became caught on a rock, face down in the 2½- to 3-foot water....

 
 

KWU Unveils Sports Complex Plans

By ksal-sports On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 21:29:25

KWU Unveils Sports Complex Plans

Kansas Wesleyan University, after completing final paperwork, is excited to announce their plans for a new sports complex. This announcement comes on the heels of Kansas Wesleyan University's hiring of Director of Athletics, Mike Hermann, and the new leadership of President Matt Thompson, who began ...

 
 

Cheer coach sentenced for sex with girls

By ksal-staff On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 21:21:26

Cheer coach sentenced for sex with girls

A former Wichita cheer coach has been ordered to spend at least 42 years in prison for having sexual relations with four young girls. Twenty-nine-year-old Timothy Wells-Lee was convicted in April on 10 counts involving girls age 12 to 14 whom he coached at Wichita cheer academies between 2006 and...

 
 

Kansas at crossroads of marijuana trafficking

By ksal-staff On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 21:02:28

Kansas at crossroads of marijuana trafficking

This is not your old man's marijuana. Authorities say a burgeoning domestic pot industry has transformed the potency of the weed now hitting the streets. In the past, law enforcement says they mostly seized compressed marijuana bricks. Now they are mostly intercepting medical-grade, domestic mar...

 
 

Brownback Calls ‘Hard 50′ Session

By associated-press On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 00:37:33

Brownback Calls ‘Hard 50′ Session

Governor Sam Brownback has called a special session of the Kansas Legislature for Sept. 3 to rewrite the state's "Hard 50" criminal sentencing law. Brownback made the announcement two days after Attorney General Derek Schmidt requested a special session. Schmidt's request had bipartisan support f...

 
 

Kansas State Gets Grant to Combat Hunger in Africa

By associated-press On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 00:34:14

Kansas State Gets Grant to Combat Hunger in Africa

Kansas State University has received a $13.7 million grant to help increase food supplies in Africa. The five-year grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development will be used to establish the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sorghum and Millet. Both crops are...

 
 
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