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Extreme Animal Hoarding

MetroSource NewsJune 11, 2019

Bel Aire police are investigating an animal hoarding situation. Animal Control officers responded to a home yesterday and removed dozens of dogs, cats, turtles, chickens, rats and raccoons. Police say some of the animals were healthy, while other pets had died. Most of the animals were cats, and they were taken to a shelter for evaluation....

VIDEO: Lions on Public Display

Todd PittengerJune 11, 2019

As a small group of zoo employees and curious zoo visitors looked on, two -thirds of the new lion pride at Rolling Hills Zoo were for the first time released out into the yard of their enclosure and can now be viewed by the public. The pride of three lions arrived at the zoo last week. It includes 9-year-old male Sahar and 5-year-old female littermates Kamali and Zalika. The trio of African lio...

Camper Trailer Stolen

KSAL StaffJune 11, 2019

Investigators are looking for a camper trailer that was stolen off the street in central Salina. According to Police Captain Paul Forrester, a red, 2015 Jayco Camper was hooked up and stolen from the 100 block of S. 4th Street. The owner told officers the camper, which is valued at $12,000, was stolen sometime between May 22 and May 28. The pull behind camper has Kansas tag: 942 HUT....

Pistol Stolen in Home Burglary

KSAL StaffJune 11, 2019

Salina Police are investigating a residential burglary after a gun was stolen from a couple's bedroom. Police Captain Paul Forrester tells KSAL News that sometime between noon and 3:15pm on Monday, someone entered a home in the 200 block of N. Columbia and walked out with a Springfield 1911 .45 ACP pistol. Police say a 48-year-old woman had come home around 2:30pm and then heard a loud noise...

Governor Asks President For More Help

Ashley AllJune 10, 2019

Governor Laura Kelly sent a request today to President Donald Trump asking for a major presidential declaration for the public assistance program for 63 counties in Kansas as a result of widespread, record rainfall and severe weather causing flooding, flash flooding and tornadoes beginning April 28. The Public Assistance program helps pay for restoration of public infrastructure and associated cos...

Infant Dies in Hot Vehicle

MetroSourceJune 10, 2019

An infant is dead after being found in a hot vehicle in Butler County. Authorities say the three-month-old girl was found unresponsive on Saturday after being left unattended in a vehicle east of Meadowlark Road on Southwest 160th. The girl's mother told deputies she had arrived home and took a nap before realizing she had left the baby in the car. The incident is under investigation....

Poolside Arrest

Sarah ReppJune 10, 2019

A Salina man was taken into custody after violating a protection order and assaulting a woman multiple times. The Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester told KSAL News: Officers were sent to the Hillcrest Apartment complex on east Crawford at 5:50 PM on Saturday. The officers were advised there was a white male in brown swimming shorts suspected of domestic violence. When officers arrived to t...

Teen Spirit

Sarah ReppJune 10, 2019

A Salina teen was taken to the Junction City Juvenile Detention Facility after pushing over a full size refrigerator and kicking a law enforcement officer. Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester tells KSAL News: An officer was dispatched to the 900 block of Gypsum around 7:45 PM on Sunday.  The mother of the 17-year old called the police after an argument between the two took a turn for the wors...

Look Twice For Motorcycles

Sarah ReppJune 10, 2019

A Salina man suffers various injuries after a teen failed to yield on Friday night. According to Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester: Around 6:00 PM Friday night at the corner of N. 9th St. and Lincoln, a west bound Chrysler 300 failed to see the south bound Harley Davidson. Driving the 2010 Chrysler was an 18-year old male from Solomon. He allegedly stopped at the corner but didn't see the...

Someone Stole The Internet

Sarah ReppJune 10, 2019

Minneapolis residents suffered from an internet/telephone/cable outage after someone stole a utility box and 200 feet of fiber optic cable. Sheriff Roger Soldan told KSAL News: Sunday night around 2 PM a utility box ($100) and 200 feet of fiber optic cable ($700) was stolen from 560 N. Ohio St. Eagle Communications estimates the loss to be $1,500 when the cost of labor is added to the cos...




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