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Police Seek Man Who Hit, Tased Woman

By ksal-staff On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 16:56:27

Police Seek Man Who Hit, Tased Woman

Salina Police are looking for a known suspect after a woman calls for help. Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL News that officers were sent to a home in west Salina around 5am Wednesday morning after an argument turned violent between two acquaintances. A female in her 20's told police the suspec...

 
 

Man In Joker Mask Robs Restaurant

By associated-press On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 12:17:52

Man In Joker Mask Robs Restaurant

Police say a man was wearing a Joker mask and black spandex when he robbed a pizza restaurant in Wichita this week. Police are asking anyone with information about the robbery of Picasso's Pizzeria in Wichita to call Crime Stoppers. Authorities said Wednesday that the armed man, wearing the m...

 
 

Three Killers Up For Parole

By associated-press On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 12:12:35

Three Killers Up For Parole

Three convicted killers who have spent a total of more than 90 years in prison are among 29 Kansas inmates eligible for parole. The Kansas Prisoner Review board will hear public comments regarding the inmates on Jan. 16 in the Topeka Municipal Court chambers. 59-year-old Albert D. Williams, 73...

 
 

Latest Technology, Conservation Highlight Farm Conference

By ksal-staff On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 01:00:38

Latest Technology, Conservation Highlight Farm Conference

A meeting that aims to increase crop production in northwest Kansas and the central High Plains is planned for later this month in Kansas. Dubbed the "Cover Your Acres" conference, the event is hosted by Kansas State Research and Extension and the Northwest Kansas Crop Residue Alliance. It is set...

 
 

Kansas Leaders Approve Additional $231 Million For NBAF

By associated-press On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 00:56:59

Kansas Leaders Approve Additional $231 Million For NBAF

A state panel consisting of the Kansas governor and legislative leaders has authorized an additional $231 million in bonds to help pay for the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility under construction near Manhattan. The State Finance Council's authorization Tuesday is contingent on the U.S. Depa...

 
 

Federal Prison Sentence In Salina Meth Case

By ksal-staff On Wed, 07 Jan 2015 20:46:18

Federal Prison Sentence In Salina Meth Case

A Salina man will spend nearly 11 years in federal prison in connection with a drug case. According to U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom's Office,  30-year-old Lofton Clark has been sentenced to 130 months in federal prison for trafficking methamphetamine. Clark pleaded guilty to one count of distribu...

 
 

Five Fleeing Shoplifters Caught

By ksal-staff On Wed, 07 Jan 2015 18:16:49

Five Fleeing Shoplifters Caught

Five people from Wichita are arrested in Harvey County after allegedly fleeing with stolen items from Salina. Police say that five people went into the Dillards at the Central Mall Tuesday evening are 8:45. All five allegedly filled their arms with children's and adult clothing, and were getting ...

 
 

VIDEO: Man Shot By Sheriff Deputies Dies

By ksal-staff On Wed, 07 Jan 2015 07:39:59

VIDEO: Man Shot By Sheriff Deputies Dies

One person died after being shot by two sheriff's deputies late Tuesday night at a home in rural Saline County. Saline County Sheriff Glen Kochanowsk released more details on the officer involved shooting that happened at a rural Saline County home. Deputies went to a home at 2388 East K-4 Hi...

 
 

Cozy Inn Named Most Iconic Restaurant In Kansas

By ksal-staff On Wed, 07 Jan 2015 01:00:44

Cozy Inn Named Most Iconic Restaurant In Kansas

A longtime Salina eating establishment has been named the "most iconic" restaurant in Kansas. The Yahoo! website this week published what it has deemed to be every state's "most iconic" restaurant. It deemed Salina's Cozy Inn as the most iconic in Kansas. Here is what was written about the Coz...

 
 

Arctic Blast Likely to Cause Some Winterkill to Wheat

By associated-press On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 18:34:15

Arctic Blast Likely to Cause Some Winterkill to Wheat

Arctic air pushing into the Midwest is expected to cause winterkill damage to wheat in some areas but will mostly spare Kansas. Agricultural meteorologist Don Keeney of MDA Weather Services said Tuesday a third of the nation's wheat belt will likely be affected. Some damage is expected Wednesday ...

 
 
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