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County To Pay For Voter Birth Records

By associated-press On Thu, 10 Jul 2014 11:58:44

County To Pay For Voter Birth Records

A northeast Kansas county will pay for copies of birth certificates for some voters needing to document their U.S. citizenship to register if they cannot afford to obtain the records. Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew announced the policy Wednesday. Shew said he's addressing what he called an unfai...

 
 

Women’s Rights Supporters Laud Movie

By associated-press On Thu, 10 Jul 2014 11:54:37

Women’s Rights Supporters Laud Movie

Women's rights activists in Kansas are praising a romantic comedy about abortion. Julie Burkhart, founder of Trust Women and the South Wind Women's Center, says the groups asked that the movie "Obvious Child" be shown in Wichita so the community could it. She says it is time Hollywood portrayed a...

 
 

OIG Outlines Issues at Kansas VA Outreach Clinics

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 23:50:51

OIG Outlines Issues at Kansas VA Outreach Clinics

The Office of Inspector General for the Veterans Affairs Department has released its recommendations for improvements at the six community-based outpatient clinics across Kansas overseen by the Dole VA Medical Center in Wichita. The recommendations are based in part on a site visit to the Parsons...

 
 

Man Who Killed Salina Teen Dies

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 21:23:08

Man Who Killed Salina Teen Dies

A man convicted of murdering a Salina teenage girl back in 1984 has died while still incarcerated. According to Kansas Department of Corrections records, 72-year-old Lonnie McKibben died on Saturday. McKibben was incarcerated at the Lansing Correctional Facility. McKibben was convicted of 2n...

 
 

More Arrests after UP Truck Damaged

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:46:26

More Arrests after UP Truck Damaged

Police make two more arrests in a vehicle burglary case that left a Union Pacific Vehicle damaged. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, officers arrested 19-year-old Seth Morgan and 18-year-old Kevin Bartholomew, both of Salina after investigators linked the two to vandalism of a truck owned by UP....

 
 

Stabbing Under Investigation

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:09:24

Stabbing Under Investigation

A Salina man is transported to the hospital after being stabbed twice in the stomach. Salina Police are interviewing witnesses after a 48-year-old man was stabbed following a disturbance at an apartment complex at 501 E. Crawford. Police Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL News that the wounds did...

 
 

Group Says Kansas Gun Law Endangers Safety

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 15:05:59

Group Says Kansas Gun Law Endangers Safety

A national gun control group argues in a federal lawsuit that a Kansas law challenging federal authority to regulate guns is unconstitutional and endangers public safety. The Washington-based Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed the lawsuit Wednesday against a 2013 law declaring that the f...

 
 

VIDEO: Riders Call Verruckt Scary, Worth Riding Again

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 15:02:25

VIDEO: Riders Call Verruckt Scary, Worth Riding Again

Early riders on the world's tallest water slide say the Kansas City, Kansas, attraction is as scary as it looks, but they couldn't wait to go down it again. Among those getting a sneak peak at Verruckt at Schlitterbahn Waterpark on Wednesday was Kansas City Mayor Mark Holland, whose security det...

 
 

Prevention Paramount To Avoiding Chikungunya Outbreak

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 14:12:03

Prevention Paramount To Avoiding Chikungunya Outbreak

Cases of chikungunya continue to rise, with more than 100 people from the United States infected with the mosquito-borne virus that they contracted while out of the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Kansas State University's Stephen Higgs, one of the world's l...

 
 

New State Computer System Delayed Again

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Jul 2014 12:04:28

New State Computer System Delayed Again

The state has again delayed implementation of a new computer system designed to prevent fraud and improve efficiency in applications for social services. The state said Tuesday no firm date is set to take the $135 million computer system online. The program, called KEES, or Kansas Eligibility and...

 
 
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