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The final four all got to draw a key to a brand new Ford F150 or 250 trucks. Inside each truck was an envelope containing a prize, so each were surprised to see what was inside when they opened the truck coordinating with their key.

Salina Man Wins Country Stampede VIP Package

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

A Salina man will be making his first ever trip to the Country Stampede next week thanks to a Salina radio station. Cory Saylor of Salina was the grand prize winner over the weekend in the Salina Media Group radio station Y93.7 Long McArthur Country Stampede VIP ticket giveaway. Finalists had to qualify at event sponsor locations previously to Saturday's grand finale. Sponsor locations included:...

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National Guard Teen Camp This Week

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

The Kansas National Guard Teen Camp is going on this week at the Webster Conference Center north of Salina, According to the National Guard, the camp is designed for youth ages 13-17 who have a family member in the Kansas National Guard. The annual event is an opportunity for these teens to engage with each other and take part in fun, challenging events designed to test themselves and build frien...

Salina Police are investigating a business burglary.

Numerous Power Tools Stolen

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

Salina Police are investigating a business burglary. According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, someone entered Mid Kanas Tool and Electric, 314 W. Cloud, sometime between Thursday night at 9:30pm and Friday morning at 8am. Once inside someone removed multiple tools from the display area and took $150 from the cash drawer. Police say there was no sign of forced entry into the building. Lt. Siemsen tells ...

Bill Lucero, whose father was murdered 40 years ago, has been a volunteer for several years with the Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty.

Kansas Death Penalty Foe to Bike Ride For Repeal

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

A longtime opponent of the Kansas death penalty plans to bicycle 100 miles through northeast Kansas to push legislators to repeal the law. Bill Lucero will attempt to make the ride Tuesday around Topeka and Shawnee County. He is expected to be joined by other death penalty opponents and members of a local bicycling club. Lucero, whose father was murdered 40 years ago, has been a volunteer for se...

Small Kansas Church Finds Stash of Bibles

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

A small rural Kansas church is celebrating what some might consider a gift from God. A minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ashland says she was sorting through some boxes at the church when she found one filled with some unusual Bibles. The 15 Bibles found by Minister Marsha Granberry were printed in several languages including Eskimo, Slavic, Cherokee, Russian, Chinese and Yiddish. Most of ...

A woman is killed in a crash involving a deer on Interstate 70 late Sunday night.

Woman Killed in Crash Involving Deer

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

A woman is killed in a crash involving a deer on Interstate 70 late Sunday night. According to the Kansas Hughway Patrol, 22-year-old Kayla Lowrey was driving a Pontiac G6 car westbound on the interstate. A deer ran in front of the vehicle, and she hit the the brakes. The car began skidding sideways and entered the center median. It impacted a washout, rolled several times across the eastbound ...

Expansion of KU’s bioscience incubator starts

KSAL StaffJune 17, 2013

Construction is underway on a $10 million addition to the Bioscience and Technology Business Center at the University of Kansas. The Lawrence Journal-World reports the 30,000-square-foot expansion will more than double the space in the existing building, which opened in 2010 and already is full. The addition will accommodate nine to 15 more business tenants in addition to the nine already there....

Immigration Reform Group Meets in Kansas

KSAL StaffJune 16, 2013

Immigration reform advocates gathered in Kansas City, Kan., and said contrary to popular rhetoric, most Kansans support immigration reform. Organizers said the town hall meeting Saturday attracted hundreds of people from Kansas, Iowa, Colorado and Rhode Island. After the meeting a group also went to the Wyandotte County home of Kansas Secretary of State Kobach and left about 20 pairs of shoes at...

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Teen Accidentally Run Over By Mother

KSAL StaffJune 16, 2013

A teenage girl suffered serious injuries after her mother accidentally backed over her in south Wichita on Sunday, Wichita Fire officials said. The 17-year-old girl was reportedly lying on the driveway of a home in the 1100 block of South Terrace just before 5:30 p.m. She was listening to headphones and couldn’t hear her mother backing out of the driveway, and was run over. A firefighter on t...

Man Electrocuted By Downed Powerline

KSAL StaffJune 16, 2013

A 27-year-old Shawnee man has died after he was electrocuted by a downed power line. Nicholas Moeder was in a Kansas City, Kan., park early Sunday when he tripped over the live power line and became entangled in it. Lt. Kelli Bailiff with the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office says a friend tried to pull Moeder away from the live power line, but kept getting shocked and was unable free him. Sh...




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