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Small Fire Cancels Game

By associated-press On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 13:53:54

Small Fire Cancels Game

A basketball game between Sterling and Tabor colleges was postponed until Monday after a fire broke out at Sterling's gym. The college says about 300 to 400 people were evacuated from the gym when the fire began Thursday evening at the Gleason Center gymnasium. No injuries were reported. Th...

 
 

Burroughs Final Journals Donated To KU

By associated-press On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 13:51:36

Burroughs Final Journals Donated To KU

The final personal journals of novelist William S. Burroughs have been donated to the University of Kansas. Burroughs lived in Lawrence from 1982 until his death in 1997. Besides the journals, the donation to the Kenneth Spencer Research Library includes typescripts and editing materials. The mat...

 
 

Two Horses Found Shot

By associated-press On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 13:40:43

Two Horses Found Shot

Douglas County sheriff's deputies are investigating after two older horses that got loose were found shot to death. The horses apparently had been wandering south of Stull for several days before being found dead this week. Darrel Harden says he owned one horse and was keeping the other for an ...

 
 

Unruly Kids at Expensive Dinner Out?

By joan-jerkovich On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 13:00:08

Unruly Kids at Expensive Dinner Out?

As a special treat, my husband and I went out to a very expensive restaurant for dinner only to find a couple of preschool age kids seated at the table next to us. Everything was fine while the kids were eating, but once they were done and the adults were sitting around drinking, the kids started to...

 
 

Huckabee A Big Hit In Salina

By toddpittenger On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 02:29:11

Huckabee A Big Hit In Salina

A nationally known politician and commentator spent a little time in Salina Thursday. Former governor, and potential future presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee was in town as the keynote speaker for the 103rd Salina Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet and Membership Meeting. Huckabee is the...

 
 

Teen Braves Storm, Tows 53 Stuck Vehicles

By associated-press On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 01:29:18

Teen Braves Storm, Tows 53 Stuck Vehicles

A northeast Kansas teenager who braved this week's winter storm to pull dozens of cars out of the snow has been recognized for his good deeds. 19-year-old Andrew Flood headed out from his Lenexa home in a pickup truck Tuesday night amid snow blanketing the Kansas City metro region. One by one, he...

 
 

K-State Police Targeting Drunk Drivers

By associated-press On Fri, 07 Feb 2014 01:22:11

K-State Police Targeting Drunk Drivers

Campus police at Kansas State University are cracking down on drunken drivers, calling them a hazard to pedestrians and bicyclists. The university's police department has arrested 15 people suspected of drunken driving so far this year on and around the Manhattan campus. Kansas State officials...

 
 

House Panel OKs Tanning Salon Bill

By associated-press On Thu, 06 Feb 2014 21:03:54

House Panel OKs Tanning Salon Bill

A Kansas House committee has endorsed legislation that would bar people younger than 18 from using commercial tanning beds. Thursday's 11-4 vote by the Health and Human Services Committee sends the bill to the full House for consideration. Businesses that allow people under 18 use their tann...

 
 

Congress Will Not Fund U.N. Arms Treaty Implementation

By ksal-staff On Thu, 06 Feb 2014 20:50:33

Congress Will Not Fund U.N. Arms Treaty Implementation

In October 2009, President Obama reversed the policies of both President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush by committing the United States to U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) negotiations. In the years that followed, the Senate made it clear to the president on numerous occasions that it will no...

 
 

State Weathers Storm, More To Come

By associated-press On Thu, 06 Feb 2014 20:36:46

State Weathers Storm, More To Come

State officials say that Kansas residents weathered the snowstorm that dropped more than a foot of snow in some areas, though the danger from cold temperatures remains. Gov. Sam Brownback says Thursday that residents heeded warnings to prepare for the storm and to stay off the roads earlier this...

 
 
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