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iPad Taken from Store

By ksal-staff On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 16:42:32

iPad Taken from Store

A computer tablet is stolen from a Salina business. Police are investigating after someone allegedly walked into Pop Culture, 121 E. Walnut between Noon and 6pm and walked out with a Apple iPad Mini. Staff told officers that one employee was out on errands, the other in the back of the store w...

 
 

100% sure of Breakup?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 14:51:29

100% sure of Breakup?

I broke up with my boyfriend for 2 weeks but we got back together again. I thought we would give it another try because we’ve been together so long and all our friends are mutual, but I was happier when we were broken up. I’m 75% sure I should end my two-year relationship. Will I ever be 100% su...

 
 

Body Recovered In Cheney Lake

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 14:31:21

Body Recovered In Cheney Lake

Reno County authorities say they have recovered the body of a man who was reported missing after he went canoeing at Cheney Lake. Reno County Sheriff's Capt. Wayne Baughman says the body of 31-year-old Sheldon Martin of Hutchinson was recovered early Monday. The man's family reported him mis...

 
 

Price Drops Rise Popularity Of LED Christmas Lights

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 12:49:09

Price Drops Rise Popularity Of LED Christmas Lights

LED Christmas lights are gaining traction as prices drop and retailers increase the amount of shelf space set aside for the energy-efficient bulbs. Wal-Mart is devoting half of its shelf space for Christmas lights to LEDs, which can save about 80 percent of the energy consumed by incandescent bul...

 
 

Governor Seeks School Finance Dialogue

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 12:37:11

Governor Seeks School Finance Dialogue

Kansas school districts have a long tradition of going to court over funding for public education when their efforts fail in the Statehouse. Gov. Sam Brownback says he wants that to change and is encouraging legislators and superintendents from the state's 286 school districts to open discussions...

 
 

Strong Wind Whips Through Central Kansas

By ksal-staff On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:40:58

Strong Wind Whips Through Central Kansas

A windy, mild Sunday will give way to cold and wintry weather by week's end. According to the National Weather Service, the peak wind gust on Sunday was in Russell, where a peak gust of 54 miles-per-hour was clocked. A 51 mile-per-hour- gust was clocked in Hutchinson. Wind reaching 49 miles-per-h...

 
 

Some Kansa Public University Salaries Top $250K

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:17:27

Some Kansa Public University Salaries Top $250K

Newly obtained salary information shows 60 public university employees in Kansas earn more than $250,000 in state-paid wages. The salary information it obtained is for wages paid from July 2012 to this June. Three-quarters of the top earners were professors or administrators at the University ...

 
 

Deadly Severe Weather Rolls Across Midwest

By associated-press On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:13:37

Deadly Severe Weather Rolls Across Midwest

Deadly severe weather rolled across the Midwest Sunday. Officials say that at least three people died when tornadoes hit central and southern Illinois. Melanie Arnold of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency says that a person was killed in Washington when a tornado struck that central Illi...

 
 

Salina Woman Hurt In Crash Involving Deer

By ksal-staff On Sun, 17 Nov 2013 14:55:55

Salina Woman Hurt In Crash Involving Deer

A Salina woman is hurt in a crash involving a deer. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 27-year-old Christine Munoz of Salina was driving a car early Saturday morning, headed west on K4 Highway, when a deer ran in front of her. Munoz swerved to avoid the deer, veered to the left across the...

 
 

Fort Riley To Honor Fallen International POWs

By ksal-staff On Sun, 17 Nov 2013 14:30:24

Fort Riley To Honor Fallen International POWs

Fort Riley will honor international prisoners of war during a German and Italian Memorial Ceremony on Thursday at the post cemetery. During World War II, Fort Riley was designated as one of about 600 prisoner of war camps in the U.S. From 1943 to 1946, about 4,500 POWs were incarcerated at Fort R...

 
 
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