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Former Officers Facing Federal Gun Charges

By associated-press On Wed, 10 Dec 2014 12:27:30

Former Officers Facing Federal Gun Charges

Federal prosecutors say two former Bel Aire police officers have been indicted for their roles in a scheme to buy and sell discounted firearms by falsely claiming they would be used for law enforcement purposes. The U.S. attorney's office says in a news release that 26-year-old Nathan A. Mavia of...

 
 

KU Gets $58 Million Donation

By associated-press On Wed, 10 Dec 2014 12:24:52

KU Gets $58 Million Donation

The University of Kansas has received a $58 million gift from the estate of a couple who are the most generous private donors in school history. Madison "Al" Self and his wife, Lila, died in 2013, both at the age of 91. Their donation announced Tuesday brings the total they have given to the scho...

 
 

Teen From 2010 Murder Sentenced

By ksal-staff On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 23:02:01

Teen From 2010 Murder Sentenced

A Salina area teen who shot and killed his 9-year-old step brother back in 2010 has received the maximum possible sentence. 18-year-old Ryan Velez, who was 14-years-old when he shot and killed 9-year-old Kaden Harper in June of 2010 at their rural Saline County home near Assaria, was sentenced in Sa...

 
 

Kansas Governor Unveils Plan to Close Budget Gap

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 17:22:13

Kansas Governor Unveils Plan to Close Budget Gap

Gov. Sam Brownback's administration has outlined a plan for closing a shortfall in the current Kansas budget that includes making some cuts and diverting funds for highways and public pensions. Budget Director Shawn Sullivan outlined the proposal Tuesday in interviews with reporters. The plan avo...

 
 

Kansas City Suburb Studying Plastic Bag Ban

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 17:18:40

Kansas City Suburb Studying Plastic Bag Ban

The Kansas City suburb of Prairie Village, Kansas, is considering efforts to reduce the use of plastic grocery bags. Similar efforts in other U.S. cities have met with resistance. But some cities, such as Seattle, have banned the bags. Chicago and the state of California have enacted bans that wi...

 
 

One Of Salina’s Most Wanted Caught

By ksal-staff On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 14:41:03

One Of Salina’s Most Wanted Caught

One person on the new list of Salina's Most Wanted has been caught. The new list went online over weekend. Since then, 25-year-old Jesse Garcia has been caught. He was on the list for charges that include possession of methamphetamine and domestic violence battery. Those on the list this mont...

 
 

School Employees Suspended In FBI Probe

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:23:20

School Employees Suspended In FBI Probe

A Kansas school district superintendent says two employees have been placed on administrative leave in connection with an ongoing FBI investigation. Maize Superintendent Doug Powers tells KWCH-TV (http://bit.ly/1qoEwx6 ) the probe doesn't involve a district student but didn't say what federal aut...

 
 

Officers Pulled From Schools

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:21:10

Officers Pulled From Schools

Topeka's new police chief says his department is providing far more officers to the local school district than its contract requires and thus will be reassigning some of them. Soon after James Brown became chief in October he informed the Topeka School District of his intentions. Each year the sc...

 
 

Bill Sent To Grieving Family Waived

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:18:58

Bill Sent To Grieving Family Waived

The city of Topeka is paying a $16,000 demolition fee originally billed to a family grieving the death of an 18-year-old woman in a house fire last month. City Manager Jim Colson said Monday that he apologized to the family of Morgan Duncan, who died in a Nov. 20 fire. The bill was for the wee...

 
 

Items Stolen From Kansas Museum

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:16:28

Items Stolen From Kansas Museum

Police are seeking help to identify whoever stole items from the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame's collection. Bonner Springs police Say that thieves broke into the center on Sept. 10 and November 5. Stolen items include an antique coin collection valued at $25,000, mantel clocks an...

 
 
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