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Officials Fear Kansas is Complacent About Tornado Season

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 19:01:11

Officials Fear Kansas is Complacent About Tornado Season

Weather officials in Kansas are worried that the state's lack of tornados last year will make citizens complacent going into tornado season this spring. The Wichita Eagle reports that officials are urging residents to not have a false sense of security since the state saw only 40 tornados last ye...

 
 

Meddling Grandmother Reported Granddaughter To Child Protective Services

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 18:45:56

Meddling Grandmother Reported Granddaughter To Child Protective Services

Dear Joan, My Grandmother and I have always been very close. She is definitely the “matriarch” of our large family. I’ve always held her up on a pedestal, because she’s my hero. She’s persevered through a LOT of hard times, and she’s always done it with grace. I love her. I try to emulat...

 
 

Kansas Teen Pleads Not Guilty to Counts Linked to Fatal Fire

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 18:23:21

Kansas Teen Pleads Not Guilty to Counts Linked to Fatal Fire

A 15-year-old central Kansas boy ordered to stand trial as an adult in the fire-related deaths of his mother and sister has pleaded not guilty to murder charges. KWCH-TV of Hutchinson reports that Buhler High School student Sam Vonachen was arraigned Monday in Reno County on two counts of premedi...

 
 

KU Spending Big Money On Private Jets

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 17:56:41

KU Spending Big Money On Private Jets

The University of Kansas has spent $3.5 million of taxpayer money flying coaches and university administrators on 641 trips on private jets. The university's planes were bought by donors but taxpayers pay the costs of their operation. About two-thirds of those expenses were for flights by Kansas ...

 
 

Police Log 3-2-15

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 17:40:55

Police Log 3-2-15

Salina Police are investigating the theft of a wood deck, metal trailer from Construction Rental, 515 N. Broadway. Staff recently contacted police to report a trailer that was rented back in December on a month-long contract that has not been returned. The trailer is valued at $5,475. An Apple ...

 
 

Inside Look at Law Enforcement

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 16:59:33

Inside Look at Law Enforcement

The Saline County Sheriff's Office in a joint effort with the Salina Police Department is getting set to host the Advanced Citizen's Academy training class this spring. Sheriff Glen Kochanowski tell KSAL News that officials will be reviewing applications for the 8 week course that begins on the l...

 
 

Severe Weather Awareness Week

By ksal-staff On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 12:33:32

Severe Weather Awareness Week

Though there is snow on the ground, severe weather comes to the forefront this week across Kansas. This week, March 2nd - 6th, is severe weather awareness week. It is a week where citizens are urged to become educated about severe weather, and about what to do when it threatens. In 2014 Kansas sa...

 
 

Woman Dies Trying To Save Dog

By associated-press On Mon, 02 Mar 2015 12:05:08

Woman Dies Trying To Save Dog

Police in Kansas say a woman has died after falling through ice on a pond while trying to retrieve her dog. Sergeant John Ryan with the Wichita Police Department said Sunday afternoon that divers recovered the woman's body from the pond in park on the city's northeast side. Ryan told the Wichi...

 
 

11 injured in chain of accidents on Missouri highway 44

By associated-press On Sun, 01 Mar 2015 17:54:01

11 injured in chain of accidents on Missouri highway 44

Police say a tractor-trailer crashed into the rear of a Greyhound bus in snowy weather on Interstate 44 in Missouri, setting off a chain of accidents involving dozens of vehicles. At least 11 people were sent to a hospital with minor to moderate injuries. Sgt. Cody Fulkerson, a spokesman for the ...

 
 

Kansas lawmakers pass raft of bills before deadline

By associated-press On Sun, 01 Mar 2015 17:48:58

Kansas lawmakers pass raft of bills before deadline

Kansas legislators have reached the midpoint of their annual session having advanced gun-rights and teacher collective bargaining proposals but having left measures to legalize medical marijuana, expand the Medicaid program and restrict fracking to languish. Most bills had to be passed out of the...

 
 
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