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Pipes Stolen from Basement Plumbing

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 16:30:16

Pipes Stolen from Basement Plumbing

Copper pipes are cut and removed from a Salina basement. Police say copper thieves entered a vacant rental home in the 600 block of N. 9th sometime between August 7th and August 13th and cut out 15-feet of copper plumbing from the basement. A neighbor contacted the property owner when he notic...

 
 

Hearings Upcoming On Massive Kansas Power Line

By associated-press On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 16:25:42

Hearings Upcoming On Massive Kansas Power Line

Public hearings are scheduled for a massive power line that will cross the state of Kansas and deliver electricity to Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. The Grain Belt Express line will cross Russell and Osborne counties and send 600,000 volts of electricity from wind farms. The Kansas Corporation C...

 
 

Suspects Try to Sell Guitar, Flute

By ksal-staff On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 16:16:20

Suspects Try to Sell Guitar, Flute

Police make two arrests in a burglary, theft case. According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, two suspects attempted to sell a stolen Fender guitar and Pearl flute at SM Hanson Music in Salina. Police say staff at the music store had been tipped off by the victim of the crime, who called area music store...

 
 

Police Step Up DUI Patrols

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 15:59:30

Police Step Up DUI Patrols

Salina Police are planning to crack down on drunk drivers through the Labor Day Holiday. Beginning tonight, through Saturday night, police will have two additional officers on the streets specifically looking for impaired drivers. Police will use a grant from the Special Traffic Enforcement Pr...

 
 

Kansas Voters’ Limbo Shows Hitch In Citizenship Law

By associated-press On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 10:50:30

Kansas Voters’ Limbo Shows Hitch In Citizenship Law

Nearly 15,000 Kansas residents who registered to vote are having their voting rights held up under a new law requiring voters to prove U.S. citizenship. The law took effect in January and aims to keep immigrants in the U.S. illegally and other noncitizens from casting fraudulent ballots. Criti...

 
 

Georgia Recognizes Kansas Concealed Carry Licenses

By associated-press On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 10:46:52

Georgia Recognizes Kansas Concealed Carry Licenses

Kansas residents with concealed carry permits will now be allowed to carry their weapons in Georgia. Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Wednesday that Georgia has become the 33rd state to honor permits issued in Kansas. Schmidt said Georgia's decision came after Kansas lawmakers passed new gu...

 
 

KWU Sports Complex Plans Progressing

By ksal-staff On Thu, 15 Aug 2013 01:51:10

KWU Sports Complex Plans Progressing

Kansas Wesleyan University's plans for a new sports complex are progressing. The Salina Heritage Commission on Wednesday approved plans to demolish Glenn L. Martin Stadium. Glenn L. Martin Stadium has been the home field for Kansas Wesleyan University since its official name dedication in 1940. K...

 
 

VIDEO: Suspected Shoplifter Caught On Camera

By ksal-staff On Wed, 14 Aug 2013 20:36:20

VIDEO: Suspected Shoplifter Caught On Camera

A suspected shoplifter is caught on video. According to Salina Police, on Monday of this week a white male in a blue colored T-shirt was suspected of stealing approximately $360 worth of items from Target, 2939 Market Place. It is unknown if the suspect seen leaving with him is involved. If yo...

 
 

Kidnapping Suspect Found Dead In Kansas Jail

By associated-press On Wed, 14 Aug 2013 19:53:21

Kidnapping Suspect Found Dead In Kansas Jail

A 23-year-old man accused of leaving a Missouri home with a 15-year-old girl he was legally prohibited from contacting has been found dead in a Kansas jail cell. The Wyandotte County sheriff's office says Tuesday's death of 23-year-old Elijah McPike appeared to be a suicide. An autopsy was sched...

 
 

Kansas Officials Seek To Calm Data Concerns

By associated-press On Wed, 14 Aug 2013 19:48:37

Kansas Officials Seek To Calm Data Concerns

Kansas education officials are seeking to calm concerns about the student data that is being collected as the state switches to new education standards. Two Kansas State Department of Education officials answered questions during Tuesday's board meeting. The questions are coming amid the switch ...

 
 
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