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Bank Employees Facing Federal Charges

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Jul 2013 15:54:14

Bank Employees Facing Federal Charges

Three southwest Kansas women are facing federal charges accusing them of embezzling more than $100,000 from a bank where they worked and staging a robbery to cover it up. A fourth woman is accused of embezzling money with two of the others for more than two years after the July 24, 2010, staged robb...

 
 

Police Investigating Alleged Burglary, Theft

By toddpittenger On Thu, 18 Jul 2013 15:51:25

Police Investigating Alleged Burglary, Theft

Salina Police are investigating an alleged burglary and theft. Police say that on Wednesday of this week, sometime between 10 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon, various electronic items were stolen from a home at 1210 N 10th Street. Missing items include a laptop computer, a video game system...

 
 

UPDATE: Man Accidentally Backs Over Wife

By toddpittenger On Thu, 18 Jul 2013 15:25:40

UPDATE: Man Accidentally Backs Over Wife

A woman is seriously hurt when her husband accidentally backs over her. Salina Police say that a 91-year-old man was backing out of his driveway Thursday morning at 907 E Jewell. He did not see his 64-year-old wife, who had walked behind the car. The woman was hit, and seriously injured. The d...

 
 

Foreign Military Officers To Visit Kansas Capital

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Jul 2013 13:43:26

Foreign Military Officers To Visit Kansas Capital

Seventy foreign military officers are planning to tour the Kansas Statehouse as part of a program about state government and the state's court system. The officers scheduled to visit Topeka on Thursday are students at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth. Students ...

 
 

Disclosure Of Abuse Claims Did Not Violate Order

By associated-press On Thu, 18 Jul 2013 09:16:13

Disclosure Of Abuse Claims Did Not Violate Order

A judge has ruled that former cadets who sued St. John's Military School didn't violate a protective order when their attorney disclosed in a filing that 339 students had complained of being beaten, hazed, harassed or abused over the past five years. U.S. Magistrate Judge Kenneth Gale ruled Wedne...

 
 

Kansas Lawmaker Seeks Fall Hearing on Court Nominee

By associated-press On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 23:34:13

Kansas Lawmaker Seeks Fall Hearing on Court Nominee

The Kansas Senate Judiciary Committee's chairman says he hopes to have a hearing this fall on Gov. Sam Brownback's next nominee to the state Court of Appeals. Chairman Jeff King said Wednesday he's hoping to have a full-day meeting in October or November. He says senators will take the job of vet...

 
 

Group Says Farm Bill Eases Rules For Coal Plant

By associated-press On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 23:27:29

Group Says Farm Bill Eases Rules For Coal Plant

The U.S. House-approved farm bill contains a provision that environmentalists say would ease rules for building a coal-burning power plant in southwest Kansas. Environmentalists have won federal court decisions requiring an environmental review before Hays-based Sunflower Electric Power Corp. can...

 
 

Salina Drug, Domestic Violence Programs Funded

By ksal-staff On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 20:34:49

Salina Drug, Domestic Violence Programs Funded

A couple of Salina organizations that deal with drug and domestic violence prevention are awarded state funds. According to Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt the 28th Judicial District Community Corrections was awarded $59,086 to fund a Drug Court Intensive Supervision Officer. Domestic...

 
 

Workers Restoring Second-Oldest Military Cemetery

By associated-press On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 15:35:54

Workers Restoring Second-Oldest Military Cemetery

Workers are toiling under the hot summer sun to restore the nation's second-oldest military cemetery in Kansas. The work at the Baxter Springs National Cemetery No. 2 Soldier's Lot will include resetting and aligning all 217 headstones, which weigh about 100 pounds each. After the Civil War,...

 
 

Copper Theft

By davidweiner On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 15:35:34

Copper Theft

On July 11, T & R Dirt Construction reportedly started noticing that it was missing copper from some of it's construction sites. Salina Police say that workers for the company suspected that employee Jonathan Schmidt was involved in the missing copper. He allegedly bragged about making good m...

 
 
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