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Kansas man crashes, dies during police chase

By associated-press On Mon, 16 Jun 2014 05:32:57

Kansas man crashes, dies during police chase

An eastern Kansas man is dead after crashing his car into a power pole while fleeing from Emporia police. 20-year-old Javier Escobedo of Emporia tried to elude officers who attempted to pull him over around 2:30 a.m. Sunday for failing to stop at a stop sign. Police say Escobedo wasn't wearing a...

 
 

Kansas farmland prices remain stable in June

By associated-press On Mon, 16 Jun 2014 05:27:54

Kansas farmland prices remain stable in June

Stable farm income and a relatively small number of farms on the market left farmland prices in Kansas largely unchanged, contrary to concerns that an agriculture bubble could be deflated. Land auctioneer Farmers National Company says irrigated farm land sold at auction this month cost about the ...

 
 

Nearly 63,000 Attend Smoky Hill River Festival

By toddpittenger On Mon, 16 Jun 2014 00:25:57

Nearly 63,000 Attend Smoky Hill River Festival

The 2014 Smoky Hill River Festival is history. Organizers tell KSAL News that on Sunday 7,008 people crossed the bridges into the park to enjoy the final day of the festival. The total attendace for the weekend was 62,860, which is 552 more than last year. Mother nature was a big factor in the...

 
 

Casey Kasem, king of the Top 40 countdown dead

By associated-press On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 15:50:30

Casey Kasem, king of the Top 40 countdown dead

Casey Kasem, the smooth-voiced radio broadcaster who became the king of the top 40 countdown, has died at age 82. Danny Deraney, publicist for Kasem's daughter, Kerri, says Kasem died Sunday morning. Kasem's "American Top 40" began on July 4, 1970, in Los Angeles. The No. 1 song on his list th...

 
 

Home-schooling parents rally against Common Core

By associated-press On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 15:39:40

Home-schooling parents rally against Common Core

Strong opposition to the Common Core education standards around the country is coming from home-schooling parents. They're not required to teach their children using those standards. But many parents are concerned that their use will mean pressure to teach their kids a certain way. The standar...

 
 

Events outside Kansas cloud Senate race

By associated-press On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 15:34:46

Events outside Kansas cloud Senate race

Even with tea party challenger Milton Wolf's feisty rhetoric and daily attacks, many Kansas Republicans saw U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts coasting to a comfortable victory in the state's Aug. 5 Republican primary. But that assessment was less certain after U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's stunnin...

 
 

PHOTO GALLERY: Festival Is A Breeze

By ksal-staff On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 07:13:28

PHOTO GALLERY: Festival Is A Breeze

It was a breeze, in more ways than one, on Saturday at the Smoky Hill River Festival. The trend of large crowds continued Saturday at the Smoky Hill River Festival. According to Salina Arts and Humanities, 22,519 people on Saturday passed through the gates and into Oakdale Park. Though hea...

 
 

Severe Weather Rumbles Across Area

By ksal-staff On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 06:45:23

Severe Weather Rumbles Across Area

Severe weather rumbled across central Kansas early Sunday morning. Damaging wind, large hail, and heavy rain fell across much of the area. The strongest wind was reported in Ottawa County. Wind up to 65 mph knocked down limbs an trees in Minneapolis, Tescott, Culver, and Bennington. There were...

 
 

Impacts of voting case extend past Kansas, Arizona

By associated-press On Sat, 14 Jun 2014 20:49:00

Impacts of voting case extend past Kansas, Arizona

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and other top lawmakers are urging a federal appeals court to overturn a decision by a judge in Kansas that they say would limit the authority of Congress to regulate federal elections. The lawmakers contend the ruling could limit Congress' ability to pass legisl...

 
 

Kansas college weighs sale of farm

By associated-press On Sat, 14 Jun 2014 20:41:23

Kansas college weighs sale of farm

Officials of Allen Community College are considering selling the school's 240-acre farm, citing low enrollment in agriculture courses. The Iola Register reports the farm's fate has drawn high interest among the eight students who live on the property, located five miles from the main campus in so...

 
 
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