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Kansas Doctor Still Barred Over Abortion Referrals

By associated-press On Sat, 10 Jan 2015 00:15:59

Kansas Doctor Still Barred Over Abortion Referrals

A Kansas board won't reinstate a doctor after concluding she kept inadequate records about young patients whom she referred for late-term abortions. The State Board of Healing Arts on Friday upheld its 2012 revocation of the license allowing Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus of Nortonville to provide chari...

 
 

Abilene Man Wins $25,000 Lottery Prize

By ksal-staff On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 21:52:25

Abilene Man Wins $25,000 Lottery Prize

An Abilene man wins a $25,000 lottery prize. According to the Kansas Lottery, the first full week of January has been very exciting for Terry Kiser of Abilene. On Monday the 44-year-old celebrated his birthday. Friday he ended the week by claiming a $25,000 top prize playing the Kansas Lottery’...

 
 

Credit Agency Critical of Kansas’ Budget Outlook

By associated-press On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 18:42:26

Credit Agency Critical of Kansas’ Budget Outlook

A leading bond-rating company says projected funding shortfalls and a recent court ruling that Kansas must spend more on its public schools appear to be creating growing budget problems. Standard & Poor's said Friday in a release that Gov. Sam Brownback's plan to address a $279 million shortf...

 
 

Trio Charged with Blackmail

By ksal-staff On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 18:25:26

Trio Charged with Blackmail

A Salina man writes a check for $4,000 to a group now charged with blackmail. The 57-year-old victim told police that two men and one woman threated to tell authorities that he sexually assaulted the woman back in September of 2014. Police have been investigating the false claims and arrested 39-...

 
 

Arrest Made in Assault Case

By ksal-staff On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 17:55:03

Arrest Made in Assault Case

Salina Police find a man wanted for choking a woman. Miguel Villefranc, 25 of Salina was arrested on Thursday for charges connected to an incident back on September 19, 2014. Police allege Villefranc choked a female acquaintance with his forearm before throwing her down in the parking lot at S...

 
 

Salina Man Hurt in Rollover Crash

By ksal-staff On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 17:08:49

Salina Man Hurt in Rollover Crash

A Saline County Sheriff's Deputy witnesses a rollover crash after the driver hit speeds of over 100-mph. Sheriff Glen Kochanowski tells KSAL News that a deputy began to trail a vehicle that rolled through a stop sign early Friday morning at the intersection of Waterwell and Burma Roads. The Sh...

 
 

Eisenhower Airport Name Change Official

By associated-press On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 13:17:27

Eisenhower Airport Name Change Official

The Wichita Mid-Continent Airport has officially had a new name for several weeks, although it's not obvious at the airport. The Federal Aviation Administration began using the name Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport in November. The airport's signs, websites and other materials still ...

 
 

Senate Panel Approves Keystone Bill Despite Veto Threat

By associated-press On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 01:02:51

Senate Panel Approves Keystone Bill Despite Veto Threat

A bill to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared a key Senate committee Thursday, setting up a floor debate next week as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called on President Barack Obama to rescind his veto threat. The Energy and Natural Resources committee moved the bill closer to the floor...

 
 

Bill Would Raise Kansas’ Minimum Wage $3 by 2017

By associated-press On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 01:00:01

Bill Would Raise Kansas’ Minimum Wage $3 by 2017

A Wichita Democrat is sponsoring a bill that would raise the state's minimum wage by $3 dollars by 2017. Rep. Jim Ward's proposal would raise the wage by $1 - to $8.25 an hour- on July 1. The wage would then go up to $1 a year during the next two years. Ward says a full-time worker should not ...

 
 

11 Kansas Hospitals Penalized For Rates of Infections

By associated-press On Fri, 09 Jan 2015 00:58:14

11 Kansas Hospitals Penalized For Rates of Infections

Eleven Kansas hospitals are among hundreds nationwide that have been penalized for having high rates of infections or patient injuries. Medicare reimbursements at the hospitals will be reduced by 1 percent during the fiscal year that began Oct.1, 2014. The Hutchinson News reports Medicare eval...

 
 
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