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Settlement Prospects Dim in Wheat Lawsuits against Monsanto

By associated-press On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 17:06:41

Settlement Prospects Dim in Wheat Lawsuits against Monsanto

No agreement has been reached yet on the settlement of remaining claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Monsanto wheat in an Oregon field. U.S. District Judge Kathryn H. Vratil on Tuesday set a status conference for Jan. 29 in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas...

 
 

Vacated Abilene Alco Facility Purchased

By ksal-staff On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 12:36:44

Vacated Abilene Alco Facility Purchased

The recently closed Abilene Alco distribution center has been purchased and will soon be reborn. Orscheln Farm and Home LLC, a Midwest family owned rural retailer, on Monday announced its acquisition of a 357,000 square foot distribution center located on 54 acres in Abilene. In announcing the...

 
 

Kansan Sues Walmart Over Black Friday Incident

By associated-press On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 12:23:21

Kansan Sues Walmart Over Black Friday Incident

A southeast Kansas woman who says she was knocked down and trampled during an "early Black Friday" promotion is suing Walmart for not doing enough to protect her. Amanda DuVall of Fort Scott says she got to the local store at 5 p.m. on Nov. 28, 2013, to wait for the 8 p.m. sale of a $49.99 tablet...

 
 

AUDIO: City Voices Support Of County Workers

By ksal-staff On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 01:42:42

AUDIO: City Voices Support Of County Workers

Salina City Commissioners Monday evening spoke out in support of Saline County employees, and the three Saline County department heads who last week were let go from their jobs without warning. At last Tuesday's Saline County Commission meeting, in a 2-1 vote, the commission did away with the pos...

 
 

AUDIO: Bi-Center Petition Headed to Court

By ksal-staff On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 01:09:59

AUDIO: Bi-Center Petition Headed to Court

In a meeting that became feisty and heated at times, Salina City Commissioners Monday evening elected to let a  judge  decide if a petition effort to reverse a resolution to make nearly $13 million in improvements to the Bicentennial Center is legal.   Ray Hruska of Salina is circulatin...

 
 

12 Ways To Succeed With New Years Resolutions?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 23:59:00

12 Ways To Succeed With New Years Resolutions?

Every New Year I make resolutions I end up abandoning within a month or two. I like the idea of starting the New Year off fresh setting goals for better habits but wonder if I should even bother since they don’t go far. How can I follow through better with my New Years Resolutions? Don’t we a...

 
 

Man Sentenced In Railroad Embezzlement Case

By ksal-staff On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 23:26:34

Man Sentenced In Railroad Embezzlement Case

A Dickinson County man has been ordered to pay back money he stole from a railroad union. According to U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom's office, a former secretary-treasurer of a railroad union was sentenced Monday to time served and two years on supervised release for embezzling union funds. He also...

 
 

VIDEO: Suspected Thief Caught On Camera

By ksal-staff On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 21:52:03

VIDEO: Suspected Thief Caught On Camera

A suspected thief is caught on video. According to Salina Police, on December 13th a credit card was stolen from a vehicle while it was parked at the Casey's convenience store at 2404 S. 9th.  The credit card was later used at a Kwik Shop in Wichita by a white male wearing a black colored shirt....

 
 

Salina Mayor To Run For Reelection

By ksal-staff On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 21:14:27

Salina Mayor To Run For Reelection

Mayor Aaron Householter plans to run for a second term on the Salina City Commission. Householter, whose four-year-term is up in April, announced Monday afternoon that he will seek reelection.  He issued a statement saying "I’m proud of what has been accomplished by the current commission and ...

 
 

Inspectors Find food Safety Violations at State Prisons

By associated-press On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 18:59:14

Inspectors Find food Safety Violations at State Prisons

The Kansas Department of Corrections acknowledges that its inspectors consistently found dirty kitchens and other food safety violations at several state prisons. The department does its own inspections, although it follows Kansas Department of Agriculture food safety guidelines. The Topeka Ca...

 
 
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