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Eleven Vehicle Crash Kills Three

By associated-press On Fri, 17 Jan 2014 12:40:06

Eleven Vehicle Crash Kills Three

The Kansas Highway Patrol says blowing dust caused an 11-vehicle pileup that left three people dead in northwest Kansas. The crash happened Thursday afternoon on Highway 83 near Rexford, in Thomas County. The patrol says seven tractor-trailer trucks and four passenger vehicles collided. The patro...

 
 

Kansas Democrats Doubt GOP Can Sustain New Spending

By associated-press On Fri, 17 Jan 2014 02:02:01

Kansas Democrats Doubt GOP Can Sustain New Spending

Democrats don't believe Kansas can sustain new spending proposed by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback because of massive personal income tax cuts previously enacted at his urging. Brownback on Thursday outlined proposed changes in the state's budget for its current fiscal year and the fiscal year beg...

 
 

Inmate Found Guilty Of Escape

By toddpittenger On Fri, 17 Jan 2014 01:38:18

Inmate Found Guilty Of Escape

A Kansas Department of Corrections inmate was found guilty Thursday of aggravated escape from custody while being housed in the Ottawa County Jail in 2012. According to Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, 24-year-old Santos M. Carrera-Morales was found guilty by an Ottawa County jury of aggrav...

 
 

Strong Wind Causes Problems

By associated-press On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 22:17:39

Strong Wind Causes Problems

High wind and low visibility prompted the closings of some highways in northwest Kansas Thursday afternoon. The Kansas Department of Transportation shut down Interstate 70 from Colby to the Colorado border at mid-afternoon Thursday. Sections of Kansas 27 and U.S. Highways 36 and 83 in Sherman, C...

 
 

US Attorney To Join Salina Celebration

By ksal-staff On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 19:30:12

US Attorney To Join Salina Celebration

Salina is preparing to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A series of events begin on Friday. According to organizers, the theme for the 2014 weekend and holiday is Remember! Celebrate!! Act!!! A variety of events including an open-mic presentation, a literacy progr...

 
 

Friday Deadline Looms in Voter Citizenship Case

By associated-press On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 17:10:36

Friday Deadline Looms in Voter Citizenship Case

Federal election regulators face a court-imposed deadline this week to decide whether to modify the national voter registration form so Kansas and Arizona can fully enforce proof-of-citizenship requirements for their residents. U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren has given the U.S. Election Assistan...

 
 

Gov. Staff Outlines Kansas Budget Proposal

By associated-press On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 16:35:45

Gov. Staff Outlines Kansas Budget Proposal

Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing minor funding changes in the current fiscal year, including restoration of salary cuts for state university employees imposed last year by Kansas legislators. Details of the $6 billion budget are being shared Thursday with members of the House and Senate budget com...

 
 

Police Issue 18 Seat Belt Citations

By ksal-staff On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 16:23:33

Police Issue 18 Seat Belt Citations

Salina Police issued multiple citations on Wednesday night for seat belt violations. Lt. Russ Lamer tells KSAL News that officers focused on occupants who were not buckled up in vehicles moving through two intersections on 9th Street; at 9th Claflin and 9th and Crawford. Police say they made 1...

 
 

Flu Prompts Visitor Restrictions At Salina Hospital

By ksal-staff On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 13:36:22

Flu Prompts Visitor Restrictions At Salina Hospital

A widespread flu outbreak prompts restrictions on visitors at Salina Regional Health Center.  According to the hospital, the following restrictions are being enforced: *Do not visit if you are ill or have signs and symptoms of the flu. *Immediate family members only. Infants and small chil...

 
 

Regents Unlikely To Suspend Social Media Policy

By associated-press On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 13:11:02

Regents Unlikely To Suspend Social Media Policy

The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents says the board is unlikely to suspend a controversial new policy on social media use by university faculty and staff. Chairman Fred Logan said Wednesday the policy likely would stay in place while a group of university representatives study its implicat...

 
 
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