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Easter Egg Hunt on April 15

By ksal-staff On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 14:00:08

Easter Egg Hunt on April 15

Have your little ones ready for some fun at the East Crawford Recreation Area at 841 Markley Road in Salina. This Saturday, April 15th are the 16th Annual Community-wide and 5th Annual Vision Impaired Easter Egg Hunts. The Community-wide Easter Egg Hunt begins on Field 3 at 10:30 A.M. for chi...

 
 

Bill allows heavier trucks hauling ag loads on some roads

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:24:23

Bill allows heavier trucks hauling ag loads on some roads

Heavier trucks apparently will be allowed on some Kansas roads but only if they are hauling agricultural loads. The Kansas Legislature this week approved a bill that would allow six-axle semitrailer-tractor vehicle combinations with a gross weight of up to 90,000 pounds on some Kansas roads, if t...

 
 

Kansas Legislature passes oversight after waterslide death

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:20:15

Kansas Legislature passes oversight after waterslide death

Kansas lawmakers have agreed to strengthen the state's lax oversight of amusement park rides after a legislator's son was killed on a waterslide last year. The state Senate approved the bill Friday on 35-2 vote. The plan now heads to the governor. Rep. Scott Schwab's 10-year-old son Caleb died...

 
 

Kansas to give parents more say in children’s critical care

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:17:07

Kansas to give parents more say in children’s critical care

Kansas is taking steps to give parents of critically ill or disabled children more control over medical decisions about whether those children receive care to prolong their lives. Supporters of a bill signed into law Friday by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback hope it becomes a model for other states...

 
 

Kansas expands access drugs that stop opioid overdoses

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:15:48

Kansas expands access drugs that stop opioid overdoses

First responders and bystanders in Kansas will soon be able to administer life-saving drugs that stop the effects of opioid drug overdoses. Gov. Sam Brownback signed a bill Friday allowing first responders to administer drugs like naloxone, called "opioid antagonists." The drugs stop fatal sympto...

 
 

Man cleared of attempted-murder charges linked to shooting

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:14:26

Man cleared of attempted-murder charges linked to shooting

A Kansas jury has cleared a man of attempted-murder charges linked to a shooting nearly a year ago. The Topeka Capital-Journal  reports a Shawnee County jury acquitted 29-year-old Joshua Mathews Yasuo Valdivia on Friday, also clearing him of a weapons count. Jurors did find him guilty of interfe...

 
 

Judge dismisses case against woman in 1989 Kansas killing

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 13:12:48

Judge dismisses case against woman in 1989 Kansas killing

A judge has dismissed a Kansas murder case against a woman who was arrested last year in the killing of a teenager nearly 30 years ago. Wyandotte County prosecutors issued a statement Friday announcing the dismissal of the case against 48-year-old Carolyn Heckert of Smithville, Missouri. They did...

 
 

Zebra Mussels Found in Lawrence Water Line

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 01:58:53

Zebra Mussels Found in Lawrence Water Line

Lawrence, Kansas, officials approved the purchase of special equipment after utility workers found a thick coat of zebra mussels in one of the city's water transmission mains. An inspection found a nearly 2-inch thick layer of mussels stretching about 2,000 feet in the main. Utility officials say...

 
 

Kansas Fires Blowing Smoke Into Nebraska

By associated-press On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 01:51:23

Kansas Fires Blowing Smoke Into Nebraska

Officials are warning that the air quality in parts of eastern Nebraska could suffer this weekend as south winds blow in smoke from Kansas agriculture fires. Douglas County health officials have warned that residents in and around Omaha and Lincoln should monitor the Air Quality Index on Saturday...

 
 

Eisenhower Marathon: Runners Like Ike

By todd-pittenger On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 01:27:13

Eisenhower Marathon: Runners Like Ike

Hundreds of runners laced up their shoes early Saturday morning and pounded the pavement in and around Abilene. They enjoyed a mild, albeit windy day as the Dickinson County community came together to host the 15th running of the Eisenhower Marathon. The event included a men's and women's maratho...

 
 
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