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Beyond John Brown Tonight

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 16:49:43

Beyond John Brown Tonight

Salina was a small trading post during the U.S. Civil War. Tonight Salinan, Dr. Merle "Boo" Hodges will be trading stories about how the War Between the States impacted Kansas. Civil War reenactor, researcher and speaker Dr. Hodges joined in on the KSAL Morning News Thursday with a look at his up...

 
 

McPherson Man Wins $50,000 Lottery Prize

By ksal-staff On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 16:38:59

McPherson Man Wins $50,000 Lottery Prize

A McPherson man wins a $50,000 lottery prize. According to the Kansas Lottery, Afton Gabriel had a great start to his week after purchasing a Kansas Lottery $5 Super Red Hot Crossword instant scratch ticket Monday morning. The 23-year-old McPherson resident revealed six red words on his ticket t...

 
 

RC Cars Stolen

By ksal-staff On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 16:00:23

RC Cars Stolen

Salina Police are investigating after someone breaks into a locked garage and removes remote control cars and RC gear. Police say thieves pried open the door on a garage located in the 1900 block of S. Ohio sometime between Tuesday at 7pm and 5:30pm on Wednesday evening, and stole four remote con...

 
 

Stolen Property Crammed into Trunk of Car

By ksal-staff On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 15:37:49

Stolen Property Crammed into Trunk of Car

Police arrest a man and woman caught driving away with a car trunk overloaded with stolen items from a Salina house. Just after midnight on Thursday morning, a concerned citizen called police after they saw two people moving items out of a vacant house in the 200 block of N. Front. A short tim...

 
 

Kansas Political Party Switching Cuts Off In July

By associated-press On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 12:23:05

Kansas Political Party Switching Cuts Off In July

Kansas voters will have less time to switch parties before the Aug. 5 primary election because of a new law championed by the state Republican Party. Party switching won't be allowed in July, when the new policy takes effect. The ban will remain in effect until the secretary of state certifies th...

 
 

Man Killed By McPherson Police Identified

By associated-press On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 12:19:15

Man Killed By McPherson Police Identified

McPherson police say the man who was shot and killed by an officer was a 56-year-old from Kanopolis. The McPherson Police Department said in a statement that Timothy Ronald Lloyd "charged" at officers before being shot Wednesday afternoon. Authorities said when officers were called to investiga...

 
 

UPDATE: Storm Downs Trees, Power Poles

By ksal-staff On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 11:37:58

UPDATE: Storm Downs Trees, Power Poles

Damaging severe thunderstorms rumbled across central Kansas early Thursday morning. The storms dropped heavy rain across much of the area, accompanied by strong wind. The National Weather Service says winds estimated up to 80 mph swept through the area early Thursday, and that rainfall amounts va...

 
 

Six High School Seniors Win Sportscasters Club Scholarships

By ksal-staff On Thu, 05 Jun 2014 02:49:38

Six High School Seniors Win Sportscasters Club Scholarships

Six of the area's recent high school graduates received a little boost to fund their college education on Wednesday night. KSAL and the Salina Media Group presented its annual Sportscasters Club Scholarship Banquet at St. John's Military School. Five Saline County high schools (Salina Central, Sa...

 
 

Police Kill Suspect in Kansas Hit-And-Run

By associated-press On Wed, 04 Jun 2014 20:30:48

Police Kill Suspect in Kansas Hit-And-Run

The Kansas Highway Patrol is helping investigate the fatal shooting of a suspect by McPherson police. The McPherson Police Department said in a statement that the suspect "charged" at officers before being shot around 1 p.m. Wednesday. No other details about the suspect were immediately released....

 
 

State Education Board Approves Teacher Regulation

By associated-press On Wed, 04 Jun 2014 20:28:35

State Education Board Approves Teacher Regulation

The State Board of Education has agreed to allow schools to hire teachers for certain subjects who have expertise but no education degree. The regulations approved Tuesday require teachers to meet one of three criteria: They would need an out-of-state license and to pass the licensure tests, or a...

 
 
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