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Police Reviewing YouTube Video

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 16:28:10

Police Reviewing YouTube Video

Salina Police are reviewing an arrest made outside a local bar after a YouTube video comes out. According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, officers were called to the Speakeasy, 2030 S. Ohio, just after 11pm Friday night after an argument inside spilled into the parking lot. Lt. Siemsen tells KSAL News t...

 
 

Wife Throws Mistress off Cliff

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 15:09:28

Wife Throws Mistress off Cliff

Yep, that’s exactly what a wife from Peru did to her husband’s mistress!  The mistress escaped serious injury and denied being sexually involved with the husband.  But wait!  There is a video!  In the video you can see her touching him in a way that, most women would agree, only a mistress w...

 
 

Job Seekers Invited To Salina Employment Expo

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 13:41:47

Job Seekers Invited To Salina Employment Expo

An employment expo event for anyone looking for work, or for a career change, will be held in Salina this week. Over 40 area employers will set up booths at the Salina Central Mall on Tuesday, accepting resumes and talking with prospective employees. Anyone looking for work is encouraged to ...

 
 

KU Athletics Considering Changes To Late Night

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 13:20:18

KU Athletics Considering Changes To Late Night

University of Kansas athletic officials are considering changes to Late Night in the Phog after complaints about a lack of crowd control at the event last Friday. The Late Night festivities mark the official beginning of the basketball season and fans typically line up for hours before it starts...

 
 

Government Shutdown Impacting Agriculture

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 11:10:40

Government Shutdown Impacting Agriculture

The shutdown of the federal government is delaying crucial information farmers use to plant and market crops and postponing the payouts of subsidies to the nation's growers. That is adding to the uncertainty among producers who depend on both the marketplace and government money. Among the cas...

 
 

School Litigation Saga Returns To Courtroom.

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 11:02:33

School Litigation Saga Returns To Courtroom.

A long-awaited appeal of a ruling requiring the state of Kansas to increase funding for public schools takes center stage Tuesday. The case is aimed at resolving whether policymakers arbitrarily shortchanged students or did the best they could in difficult financial times. The appeal comes fro...

 
 

Attorney hopes to keep lid on client’s confession

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 05:07:28

Attorney hopes to keep lid on client’s confession

A Kansas attorney is asking a judge to suppress statements his client made when he went into Sedgwick County jail in December and asked to be arrested for killing his wife. Guy Wayne Palmer is charged with first-degree murder in the Dec. 16 death of his 61-year-old wife, Debra. The Wichita Eagle ...

 
 

Mandela’s civic organization to receive Dole prize

By ksal-staff On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 05:05:38

Mandela’s civic organization to receive Dole prize

The Dole Leadership Prize is going to a civic organization started by former South Africa President Nelson Mandela. The Robert Dole Institute of Politics plans to present the 2013 Dole prize to Mandela's great-grandson, Luvuyo Mandela, on Oct. 27 at the University of Kansas. The $25,000 monetary ...

 
 

5-year-old girl, firefighter burned in house blaze

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Oct 2013 05:01:34

5-year-old girl, firefighter burned in house blaze

A 5-year-old girl has died and a firefighter who tried to save her suffered second-degree burns to the face after a house fire in Kansas City, Kan. The Kansas City Star reports the fire was reported just after 4 a.m. Sunday, and when emergency crews arrived they found heavy flames coming from the...

 
 

Enrollment Drops At Kansas Community Colleges

By associated-press On Sun, 06 Oct 2013 13:32:07

Enrollment Drops At Kansas Community Colleges

A new report says enrollment is down this fall at the 19 community colleges in Kansas. The report for the Kansas Board of Regents says statewide community college enrollments are down 3.82 percent, which is a drop of 3,095 students from last fall. The total number of students at the colleges was ...

 
 
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