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Brownback Says Kansas Public Pension System on Right Track

By associated-press On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 17:24:17

Brownback Says Kansas Public Pension System on Right Track

Gov. Sam Brownback says the public pension system in Kansas is on a solid financial footing, though he's still open to changes such as moving toward a 401(k)-style plan for new teachers and government workers. The Republican governor had a news conference Friday to discuss the financial hea...

 
 

Mowers Taken from Lot

By ksal-staff On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 15:54:39

Mowers Taken from Lot

Salina Police are investigating a business burglary. Officers were called to All Seasons Power Equipment, located at 821 N. Broadway, after someone pried the padlock off a fence and removed some used lawn equipment from the back lot. Police say three push mowers and two tillers were stolen s...

 
 

Man Threatened with Gun in Salina

By ksal-staff On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 15:35:05

Man Threatened with Gun in Salina

A argument turned violent in a west Salina home Thursday. According to Police Sergeant Jim Feldman, officers are looking for a known suspect in an assault case that happened Thursday night around 7:30pm in the 1800 block of Shady Bend. Police say two men were in a heated argument when the su...

 
 

Busy Labor Day Travel Weekend Anticipated

By ksal-staff On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 14:47:07

Busy Labor Day Travel Weekend Anticipated

Roads and highways will be busy around Kansas for the unofficial last big weekend of the summer. AAA Kansas projects that 35.5 million Americans across the country are planning to travel at least 50 miles from home over Labor Day Weekend. The organization also projects that more than 2.7 million ...

 
 

Kansas Geological Survey: Earthquake Problem Continues

By associated-press On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 14:45:30

Kansas Geological Survey: Earthquake Problem Continues

The head of the Kansas Geological Survey says no one should become complacent just because fewer earthquakes are rattling southern Kansas. Rex Buchanan says oil-waste regulations that seem to have contributed to lowering the number of earthquakes are set to expire Sept. 13. The Kansas Corporat...

 
 

Suspect Arrested After Threats Against School

By associated-press On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 13:56:12

Suspect Arrested After Threats Against School

Police have arrested a suspect after a high school in Maize was on temporary lockdown due to a threat on social media. Maize High School was placed under "modified lockdown" for a short period Thursday morning. According to Maize Superintendent Chad Higgins, a parent contacted the school's princi...

 
 

UPDATE: K-State Lockdown Lifted

By ksal-staff On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 12:07:40

UPDATE: K-State Lockdown Lifted

A lockdown on the Kansas State University campus has been lifted and classes are scheduled to resume. The lockdown was imposed early Friday after police received a report of a possible gunman on the campus. After a building-by-building search, the university said in a statement that classes an...

 
 

Kansas Supreme Court May Review Case Dealing With Its Power

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 21:46:38

Kansas Supreme Court May Review Case Dealing With Its Power

Chief Justice Lawton Nuss won't rule out having the Kansas Supreme Court review a lawsuit that involves an attempt by the Legislature to diminish the high court's administrative power. Nuss said Thursday the high court could invoke what he called "the rule of necessity" to settle whether legislat...

 
 

Kansas Courts Start Project to Centralize Electronic Filing

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 19:15:45

Kansas Courts Start Project to Centralize Electronic Filing

The Kansas Supreme Court is launching an initiative to centralize and standardize the electronic filing and storage of documents across the state. A steering committee for the "eCourt" project was having its first meeting Thursday in Topeka. The Supreme Court established the committee in April. ...

 
 

Kansas Legislature Creates Education Study Committee

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 19:13:53

Kansas Legislature Creates Education Study Committee

Kansas lawmakers have created a committee to review school standards and funding. The K-12 Student Success Interim Study Committee created Wednesday will have 15 members from the House and Senate. The Kansas City Star reports the committee will study education goals and "the best funding mechanis...

 
 
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