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Kansas Securities Official Eyes Stiffer Penalties

By associated-press On Mon, 14 Oct 2013 15:25:55

Kansas Securities Official Eyes Stiffer Penalties

Kansas Securities Commissioner Josh Ney intends to ask legislators to increase penalties for those who prey on the financial assets of residents age 60 and older. Ney says that he wants to enhance the penalties for criminals when the victims are older to close what he sees as a gap in current st...

 
 

Motorists Beware: Deer On The Move

By ksal-staff On Mon, 14 Oct 2013 15:17:20

Motorists Beware: Deer On The Move

In 2012, 15.0% of all accidents in Kansas involved striking deer. Deer can be spotted near our state’s roadways any time of the year. However, in the fall, motorists should be especially vigilant for deer crossing the highways. Deer breeding season peaks in mid-November, and this marks the pe...

 
 

R U Drinking too Much?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 14 Oct 2013 12:35:00

R U Drinking too Much?

We’ve all been to the party with the person who, after a few drinks, starts to get loud and obnoxious.  They think they’re being cute and charming while the rest of us are simply hoping they don’t fall over or spill their drink on us.  Whilst you are steering clear of them at the party have ...

 
 

Rivalry Week In Salina Area

By ksal-staff On Mon, 14 Oct 2013 11:30:11

Rivalry Week In Salina Area

It's rivalry week in the Salina area. Nearly a half-dozen football games feature a matchup of teams that are rivals. It started on Sunday, with the benefit Guns N Hoses football games at Salina Stadium. In a matchup between Salina Police Officers and Salina Firefighters, the Hoses of the Salina F...

 
 

Escaped Convict Caught

By associated-press On Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:19:11

Escaped Convict Caught

A Kansas inmate who walked away from his work release assignment last week has been caught in Oklahoma, and state corrections officials are trying to figure out how got there. Chad Alan Leichhardt was reported missing Friday afternoon from a Newton fabrication plant where he worked. The 39-year-o...

 
 

Higher Winter Utility Costs Anticipated

By associated-press On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 19:42:50

Higher Winter Utility Costs Anticipated

A return to normal temperatures could mean a significant rise in heating costs this winter as historically low natural gas prices also move higher. Kansas Gas Service, with 630,000 customers across the state, expects customer bills to rise about 6 percent from November to May, compared with last ...

 
 

Two Hurt In Crash Near Wilson Lake

By ksal-staff On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 19:03:46

Two Hurt In Crash Near Wilson Lake

One man and one juvenile were injured early Saturday afternoon in a one vehicle rollover wreck near Wilson Lake. According to the Russell County Sheriff's Office, the rollover occurred just to the south of Land Road on 203rd Street at about 12:50 PM Saturday. A 1996 Isuzu Trooper driven by 34-...

 
 

Deputies Make Arrests In Theft Case

By ksal-staff On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 15:04:35

Deputies Make Arrests In Theft Case

Tools stolen in Saline county are recovered, and a couple of arrests are made. According to the Saline County Sheriff's Office, between 11:30 PM on October 8th and 12:15 AM October 9th about $1,728.00 worth of welding tools were taken from the back of a flatbed truck while it was parked at the ...

 
 

Food Stamp Benefits Restored

By associated-press On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 14:55:45

Food Stamp Benefits Restored

Saturday was a day of disruption for shoppers using food stamps in 17 states across the country. Shoppers from Maine to Oklahoma had to abandon baskets of groceries on Saturday because they couldn't access their benefits via debit card. Debit-style cards used by the recipients wouldn't work for ...

 
 

Donors Helping During Shutdown

By associated-press On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 14:43:29

Donors Helping During Shutdown

The partial government shutdown is squeezing a number of programs that help people in need. So, across the country, donors big and small are opening their wallets to help keep some of those programs afloat. A pair of Texas philanthropists pledged up to $10 million to help Head Start programs a...

 
 
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