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Bill Fekas Feeds Salina Christmas Dinner

By toddpittenger On Thu, 25 Dec 2014 21:53:40

Bill Fekas Feeds Salina Christmas Dinner

For the 32nd year in a row Salina Chef Bill Fekas prepared the biggest Christmas dinner in Salina. A large crowd enjoyed the annual Bill Fekas Family Christmas Dinner. Fekas had a dream 31-years-ago to prepare and serve a free dinner for anyone who was alone on Christmas Day. Late Salina business...

 
 

Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa

By ksal-staff On Thu, 25 Dec 2014 13:42:30

Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa

The following is the most printed, and famous, newspaper editorial in history. Virginia O'Hanlon, age 8, wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Sun. The response by newsman Francis P. Church was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897. Dear Editor: I am 8 years old. Some of my...

 
 

Good Samaritans Pay Off Layaways

By associated-press On Thu, 25 Dec 2014 13:31:04

Good Samaritans Pay Off Layaways

Melody McKenzie headed to the Lawrence Wal-Mart this week planning to remove an item from layaway that she had intended to purchase for her 12-year-old daughter before money got too tight for that to happen. The Lawrence woman thought she stilled owed $87 on the karaoke machine after paying $15 t...

 
 

Kansas Tribes Take Cautious Approach to Marijuana

By associated-press On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 18:06:17

Kansas Tribes Take Cautious Approach to Marijuana

Some northeast Kansas American Indian tribes say they need more information before making a decision on whether to grow and sell marijuana on tribal land after the federal government said it wouldn't interfere with those who do. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports Kickapoo Tribe spokesman Fred Tho...

 
 

Christmas Eve on KSAL

By ksal-staff On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 17:07:44

Christmas Eve on KSAL

The sounds of Christmas on the KSAL Morning News included a live acoustic performance from Dru Davis and the story of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus born in a manger – from Pastor Shawn Deterding from Trinity Lutheran Church in Salina. The two joined Rich and Jeff during the third hour of Wedn...

 
 

Two Injured in Crash

By ksal-staff On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 16:38:00

Two Injured in Crash

A Gypsum woman and her daughter are hurt in a single vehicle crash. Deputies from the Saline County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to a rollover accident on Tuesday afternoon on Simpson Road. Officers say 46-year-old Tasha Trout of rural Gypsum was driving southbound on Simpson when her 2003...

 
 

A Couple Of Ways To Track Santa

By ksal-staff On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 13:34:11

A Couple Of Ways To Track Santa

Santa's journey around the world is underway. The NORAD Santa Tracker is up and running, and so are a couple of others. This year, in addition to the website, there's also a Santa Tracker app, so you can monitor Santa's movements wherever you are. NORAD has teamed up with Microsoft for the new te...

 
 

Homicide Suspect Says Victim Begged to Die

By associated-press On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 13:29:16

Homicide Suspect Says Victim Begged to Die

Court records say a Lawrence health care attendant who is charged in the killing of man with cerebral palsy told authorities the victim wanted to die. Forty-eight-year-old Ronald Eugene Heskett, of Eudora, is charged with first-degree murder in the asphyxiation death of Vance Moulton. The 65-year...

 
 

Kansas, Arizona Seek Rehearing in Voter Citizenship Lawsuit

By associated-press On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 13:26:30

Kansas, Arizona Seek Rehearing in Voter Citizenship Lawsuit

Kansas and Arizona have asked an appeals court for a rehearing of its ruling that their residents can register to vote using a federal form without having proof of citizenship. A petition filed late Monday contends the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals overlooked certain issues when it sided against ...

 
 

Bill Would Let Terminally Ill Use Unapproved Meds

By associated-press On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 13:20:30

Bill Would Let Terminally Ill Use Unapproved Meds

A suburban Kansas City lawmaker is proposing a measure that would allow terminally ill patients to use medications that haven't received federal approval. KAKE-TV reports Shawnee Republican Rep. Brett Hildabrand plans to present the "Right to Try" bill when legislators return to Topeka on Jan. 12...

 
 
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