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Hutchinson Woman Pleads Guilty to Strangling Ex-Lover

By associated-press On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 17:14:39

Hutchinson Woman Pleads Guilty to Strangling Ex-Lover

A Hutchinson woman will be sentenced July 22 for killing her former lover and leaving her body in a rural Reno County creek bed. Jamie Hatfield pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree intentional murder for the June 2015 strangulation death of 38-year-old Mary Ann Arnett. The plea agreement amende...

 
 

Rape Investigation

By ksal-staff On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 17:12:12

Rape Investigation

Salina Police are investigating an alleged rape charge after a 26-year-old female victim contacted police on Sunday night. Captain Chris Trocheck tells KSAL News that the victim and suspect are acquaintances and the crime took place in a central Salina home on Sunday night around 11pm....

 
 

Arrest Made after Short Chase

By ksal-staff On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 16:19:05

Arrest Made after Short Chase

A Salina man is in custody after leading police on a short car chase. Captain Chris Trocheck tells KSAL News that an officer on patrol attempted to pull over a car for an illegal tag on Sunday at about 11:30am in the 200 block of N. Ohio. Police say the driver of the Chevy Celebrity sped away ...

 
 

Farmer Suffers Broken Leg in ATV Rollover

By ksal-staff On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 16:00:25

Farmer Suffers Broken Leg in ATV Rollover

A rural Saline County farmer suffered a broken leg after the 3-wheel ATV he was riding overturned in a pasture near the intersection of Sundberg and Corner on Friday evening at about 5pm. According to the Saline County Sheriff's Office, Eldon Tillberg, 75, was flown by helicopter to Salina Region...

 
 

Advance Button Sales End at Midnight

By ksal-staff On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 15:37:47

Advance Button Sales End at Midnight

As crews begin to turn Oakdale Park into an artistic village for the 40th Anniversary of the Smoky Hill River Festival this week, patrons will need to rush to area outlets to pick up their $10 festival button before the clock strikes midnight tonight. In years past, festival buttons were availabl...

 
 

University of Kansas Seeks to Stop Another Fiber Cable Cut

By associated-press On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 13:17:43

University of Kansas Seeks to Stop Another Fiber Cable Cut

The University of Kansas is working to prevent another internet fiber cable cut that crippled the campus earlier this spring, with some officials arguing for funding to build a backup system. On March 29, construction crews accidentally cut a section of fiber, shutting down internet access across...

 
 

Kansas Democrats Start Petition for Special Session

By associated-press On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 11:48:05

Kansas Democrats Start Petition for Special Session

Kansas Democratic lawmakers say they've been circulating a petition to force a special legislative session to address the school funding. The move comes after the Kansas Supreme Court rejected the Legislature's latest attempt to enact a constitutionally equitable school funding system. The high ...

 
 

Body Found Downstream from Search area for Wichita Boy, 11

By associated-press On Mon, 06 Jun 2016 11:45:28

Body Found Downstream from Search area for Wichita Boy, 11

Authorities have found a body downstream from where they'd been searching for a missing 11-year-old boy who fell into a Kansas creek. The Wichita Eagle reports  that Wichita police Deputy Chief Hassan Ramzah says the body was found Saturday by a kayaker. Ramzah couldn't confirm the identity of the...

 
 

Search Continues For Missing Man

By toddpittenger On Sun, 05 Jun 2016 12:10:55

Search Continues For Missing Man

A river area in Ottawa County has been searched three times and there is still no sign of a missing local man. 37-year-old Nathan Lancaster has not been seen since May 27th. He was last seen in the area of the Solomon River in Ottawa County around 180th Road. Lancaster was with several friends...

 
 

Kansas Food Pantry Helps Low-Income Families With Allergies

By staff On Sun, 05 Jun 2016 11:01:05

Kansas Food Pantry Helps Low-Income Families With Allergies

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City-area food pantry seeks to help low-income people with food allergies. The ReNewed Health Food Pantry has provided more than 12,000 pounds of allergen-free food since opening last April. Co-Founder Emily Brown says she started the pantry because of her first c...

 
 
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