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Rain Prompts Hays To Lift Fireworks Ban

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:41:15

Rain Prompts Hays To Lift Fireworks Ban

After a two-year ban, fireworks will be allowed this year in the city of Hays. The Hays City Commission voted Monday night to allow fireworks within city limits July 2-4. The commission chose in May to continue the ban for a third year. But vendors and residents have asked the commission to re...

 
 

Wildlife Rescue Group Money Woes

By toddpittenger On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:08:50

Wildlife Rescue Group Money Woes

A northeast Kansas organization that helps returned injured animals to the wild is suffering from some financial injuries. Operation Wildlife in Linwood is facing an unexpected $12,000 in repair costs after its well, washing machine and air conditioner broke down in the last month. Director ...

 
 

Business Border War Truce Offered

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 12:06:09

Business Border War Truce Offered

Missouri is offering a truce to Kansas in their ongoing battle to lure businesses across the state line with lucrative tax breaks. Gov. Jay Nixon was to sign legislation Tuesday in Kansas City that would prohibit Missouri from offering incentives to businesses that relocate from one of four Kansa...

 
 

Arrest After Shooting, Standoff

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 12:00:03

Arrest After Shooting, Standoff

A man is in custody after a shooting at a gas station and a four-hour standoff at a house in central Topeka. Police say 51-year-old Daniel Lynn Cregut was booked into jail Monday night on several charges, including four counts of attempted murder. Officers went to a gas station after a woman c...

 
 

Governor Candidate Compared To Graves

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 11:44:43

Governor Candidate Compared To Graves

Former Kansas Lt. Gov. Gary Sherrer is comparing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis to former Republican Gov. Bill Graves. The Davis campaign announced Monday that Sherrer would serve as one of its two senior economic advisers. Sherrer is a lifelong Republican who served as lieutenant ...

 
 

International Teachers Join Kansas Schools

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 11:42:30

International Teachers Join Kansas Schools

Nine international teachers will be in Kansas classrooms this fall to give students exposure to other cultures and languages. The state Department of Education began the Visiting International Teacher program in 2001. The program allows certified teachers from Spain and China to spend up to th...

 
 

Federal Prison For Saline County Sex Offender

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 11:34:10

Federal Prison For Saline County Sex Offender

A registered sex offender who sent obscene material while he was a patient at Larned State Hospital has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom announced that 34-year-old Christopher Case was sentenced Monday to transferring the material. Prosecutors say Case ...

 
 

“Stormtrooper Sam” In Salina

By ksal-staff On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 03:05:24

“Stormtrooper Sam” In Salina

Christopher Burns spends most of his working day as an area manger for Jimmy John's Restaurant - but give him 6-seconds and he'll make you laugh as Stormtrooper Sam. The movie maker who posts his work on Vine Video caught the attention of Salina Police yesterday after a customer at a downtown bus...

 
 

Kansas Officials: June Revenues Miss Mark by $28M

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 00:39:48

Kansas Officials: June Revenues Miss Mark by $28M

Kansas Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan says June's tax collections missed estimates by $28 million, pushing the shortfall for the fiscal year that ended Monday to nearly $338 million. Preliminary figures released Monday showed Kansas collecting nearly $5.5 billion in taxes and fees in fiscal 2014. ...

 
 

Kansas Wheat Harvest Hits 40 Percent Mark

By associated-press On Tue, 01 Jul 2014 00:38:18

Kansas Wheat Harvest Hits 40 Percent Mark

Widespread rainfall over several days in the past week has slowed the Kansas winter wheat harvest, and hail has damaged the crops in the northwest part of the state. The National Agricultural Statistics Serve reported Monday that 40 percent of the wheat crop has now been cut, well behind the aver...

 
 
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