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Kansas To Hold Water Research Event

By associated-press On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 11:36:12

Kansas To Hold Water Research Event

The University of Kansas is looking at ways to involve more of its academic departments in research on water-related issues. A five-hour workshop scheduled Friday on the Lawrence campus will bring together more than 100 faculty and staff from more than 30 research centers and departments, includi...

 
 

KWU Hosting Community Day At Salina Stadium

By ksal-staff On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 02:24:58

KWU Hosting Community Day At Salina Stadium

Kansas Wesleyan University is hoping to pack Salina Stadium Saturday evening. The school is inviting all of Salina out for "Community Day". According to the school, Kansas Wesleyan opens the home portion of its football schedule on Saturday when the Coyotes host No. 22 ranked Evangel (Mo.) at 6 p...

 
 

Abilene Man To Launch Congressional Campaign

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 23:47:00

Abilene Man To Launch Congressional Campaign

An Abilene man who intends to run for Congress is planning a town hall meeting this weekend. David Joyce was a member of the Abilene High School class of 1980. He did not graduate with the class, rather earning a GED. He then attended Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned a Bachelors ...

 
 

Audit Finds Commerce Department Mishandled PEAK

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 23:43:31

Audit Finds Commerce Department Mishandled PEAK

A state audit says that the Kansas Department of Commerce mishandled an economic development program and violated state law by extending tax breaks above a statutory cap. Auditors said Wednesday that the commerce department authorized $7.5 million in incentives through the Promoting Employment Ac...

 
 

Brownback Moves to Shrink Waiting List for Disabled

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 23:40:10

Brownback Moves to Shrink Waiting List for Disabled

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says the state will move more quickly than expected to shrink waiting lists for disabled residents who are seeking in-home services. Brownback announced Wednesday that his administration is immediately releasing funds set aside by lawmakers earlier this year to address t...

 
 

New Kansas Appeals Judge to Take Seat in January

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 23:38:03

New Kansas Appeals Judge to Take Seat in January

Budget constraints and the need to remodel office space will keep newly confirmed Kansas Court of Appeals appointee Caleb Stegall from taking his seat until January. Chief Judge Thomas Malone announced Wednesday that Stegall will be sworn in Jan. 3. Stegall is Gov. Sam Brownback's chief counsel. ...

 
 

Miss Kansas Shows Tattoos At Miss America Pageant

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 21:00:00

Miss Kansas Shows Tattoos At Miss America Pageant

Miss Kansas Theresa Vail says she wants to break the stereotype that women with visible tattoos don't compete in pageants. So during the swimsuit portion of the Miss America competition on Tuesday, Vail revealed two tattoos - the Serenity Prayer on her right side and the insignia of the U.S. Arm...

 
 

Fort Riley Soldier Sentenced to Life for Murder

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 17:11:16

Fort Riley Soldier Sentenced to Life for Murder

A Fort Riley private has been convicted in the stabbing death of another soldier and sentenced to life in prison without parole. A court martial panel at Fort Riley sentenced Pvt. John Hughes Tuesday for the death of 21-year-old Pvt. Thomas Lavrey, of West Seneca, N.Y. Lavrey was found unrespo...

 
 

Smoke Alarm Sounds at Jail

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 16:39:24

Smoke Alarm Sounds at Jail

A Saline County Jail inmate is facing additional charges after allegedly lighting a small fire. According to Saline County Sheriff Glen Kochanowski, members from the Salina Fire Department responded to the jail on Monday at 5:30pm, after smoke was discovered in an air vent. Sheriff Kochanowski...

 
 

Deaf Amputee Bricklayer To Be Honored

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 16:06:50

Deaf Amputee Bricklayer To Be Honored

A Kansas community will honor a deaf, double amputee who became a famous bricklayer before his death more than six decades ago. On Thursday, the northeast Kansas town of Atchison will unveil a statute honoring William Boular. He once was featured in "Ripley's Believe It or Not! and was credited ...

 
 
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