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Body Recovered At Wilson Lake

07/07/2013 07:21:55 PM - The body of a Hoisington man is recovered from Wilson Lake.

Twinkies To Last Longer Than Many May Remember

Twinkies To Last Longer Than Many May Remember

Twinkies don't last forever, but they'll have more staying power than most people remember when they return to shelves next week.

Tires Punctured

Tires Punctured

Multiple tires are slashed on vehicles parked at a Salina apartment.

KU Researchers Study Use of Blue Light Signal

KU Researchers Study Use of Blue Light Signal

Researchers at the University of Kansas are experimenting with using a blue light to help law enforcement officers nab red-light runners.

Police Investigating Theft of Riding Mower

Police Investigating Theft of Riding Mower

A riding mower is stolen from a garage.

Vehicle Vandalized

Vehicle Vandalized

A Salina man's car is damaged by vandals.

Construction Equipment Stolen

Construction Equipment Stolen

Heavy work equipment is stolen from a driveway.

 
Show Your Patriotism Through Service
Show Your Patriotism Through Service

As we celebrate the 237th Birthday of our great nation, we should be mindful that with freedom comes responsibility.

 
 
What's In A Number?
What's In A Number?

The benefits of air traffic control services cannot be measured by numbers alone.

 
 
KCC's Performance Not Acceptable
KCC's Performance Not Acceptable

The agency's three commissioners have a habit of ruling on issues that come before them without benefit of public hearings, which is a clear violation of the Kansas Open Meetings Act.

 
 
No Winners in Kansas Budget
No Winners in Kansas Budget

It has been suggested by some that adjournment was the best thing to come out of the 2013 legislative session.

 
 
Don't Make Crisis Worse
Don't Make Crisis Worse

The Kansas Constitution requires the state to finance K-12 education suitably.

 
 
Australian Police Arrest Man Accused of Sending Money to American in Syria

Australian police arrested a 23-year-old man on Tuesday and charged him with financing terrorism.According to a media release put out by the Australian Federal Police and the Victoria Police, the unidentified man alleg...

 
 
World Wildlife Fund Says Animal Populations Showing Drastic Decline

The World Wildlife Fund released its annual Living Planet Report on Tuesday, noting that the number of animals on Earth has dropped drastically in just two human generations.Since 1970, the WWF says, population sizes o...

 
 
UK Conducts First Airstrikes in Iraq

The United Kingdom announced that it had conducted its first airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in Iraq on Tuesday.According to a release from the U.K. government, the two fighter jets were task...

 
 
US, Partners Conduct 22 Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria and Iraq

The U.S. military, with the help of partner nations, conducted 22 more airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets in Iraq and Syria, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) said Tuesday.Eleven of the stri...

 
 
US, Afghanistan Sign Bilateral Security Agreement

After a long wait, the U.S. and Afghanistan finally signed a Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) on Tuesday, allowing U.S. forces to remain in the country past the end of the year.The signing came a day after Ashraf Gha...

 
 
Obama 'Retains Full Confidence' in Secret Service Despite Security Failures

The Secret Service has been facing tough questions in recent days after it was learned that the man who jumped the White House fence on Sept. 19 got farther into the building than previously believed.White House Press ...

 
 
Obama, Indian Prime Minister Pen Op-Ed Expressing Unity, Hope for 'Better World'

President Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi penned a joint op-ed in the Washington Post on Tuesday, discussing their countries' efforts to "help shape international security and peace for years to come."In ...

 
 
US Energy Dept. to Keep NM Nuclear Waste Facility Closed Through 2015

The U.S. Energy Department announced on Tuesday that it would keep the New Mexico nuclear waste facility closed through 2015, following an underground fire and radiation leak earlier this year.According to a press rele...

 
 
Obama, Kerry Praise Signing of Bilateral Security Agreement

President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday praised the long-awaited signing of the Bilateral Security Agreement allowing U.S. troops to remain in Afghanistan past the end of 2014.In a statement, the p...

 
 
Secret Service Director: White House Intrusion 'Unacceptable'

Facing an outraged Congressional committee, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson admitted the agency’s security plan “was not properly executed," calling the White House intrusion that took place on Sept. ...

 
 
One Injured in Louisville School Shooting, Suspect in Custody

A suspect is in custody in connection with a Louisville school shooting that left one person hospitalized on Tuesday.The MetroSafe Louisville Police Department believes that the shooter at Fern Creek High School acted ...

 
 
Where a Volcanic Eruption Like Japan's Mount Ontake Is Mostly Likely in the US

Could a deadly volcanic eruption like Mount Ontake's in Japan happen here in the United States?It's possible, U.S. Geological Survey scientist John Ewert told ABC News Tuesday. Luckily, most of the active volcanoes in ...

 
 
Bell Gardens, California, Mayor Daniel Crespo Shot, Killed at Home

Bell Gardens, Calif., Mayor Daniel Crespo was fatally shot at his home Tuesday afternoon in what appeared to be a domestic dispute with his wife, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said. The mayor, 45, was shot a...

 
 
Eric Frein Manhunt Finds Two 'Fully Functional' Pipe Bombs

Police searching for accused cop killer Eric Frein in the dense woods of the Poconos Mountains have found two pipe bombs that could have been rigged to explode with a trip wire, police said Tuesday.The bombs were descr...

 
 
Oklahoma Beheading Suspect Charged with First-Degree Murder

Alton Nolen, the man accused of stabbing two women and beheading one of them during a rampage at a Moore food processing plant, was charged with murder on Tuesday.According to court documents, Nolen left the human reso...

 
 
Taylor Swift's Management Company Named in Lawsuit Over Her Transportation Needs

Taylor Swift's management company is the target of a lawsuit from a company that claims it arranged for Taylor to be driven around New York City this past summer, but then had its contract canceled after being hit with...

 
 
Robin Williams Autopsy Results Delayed One Month

The results of an autopsy conducted on late comedian and actor Robin Williams have been delayed, and may not be completed for another month.The Office of the Marin County Counsel said on Tuesday that while the results ...

 
 
Tracy Morgan Responds After Wal-Mart Blames Him for Injuries

Tracy Morgan is speaking out one day after Wal-Mart blamed the comedian and his fellow passengers for their injuries in the fatal June crash on the New Jersey Turnpike involving one of its drivers. In a formal response...

 
 
Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps 'Deeply Sorry' After DUI Arrest

Olympic legend Michael Phelps said he was "deeply sorry" after authorities arrested him early Tuesday morning for suspicion of driving under the influence in Maryland."I understand the severity of my actions and take f...

 
 
'Heartbroken' Nicole Kidman Speaks Out About Father's Death

Actress Nicole Kidman is still grieving the loss of her father Antony earlier this month at the age of 75.Kidman, 47, and her husband, Keith Urban, released a joint statement on Facebook Tuesday."We would just like to ...

 
 
Cancer Doctors Target Obesity in Battle Against Cancer

Top cancer doctors are calling for the recognition of obesity as a risk factor for some forms of cancer.According to the American Society of Clinical Oncology, obesity is considered a risk factor for breast, prostate a...

 
 
How the CDC Will Make Sure Ebola Doesn't Spread in US

To stop the deadly Ebola virus from spreading in the U.S., health officials said they have already started tracking anyone involved with the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed here.Officials from the U.S. Centers of D...

 
 
Researchers Consider Link Between Adolescent Obesity and Colorectal Cancer

Adolescents who are obese may face an increased risk of colorectal cancer later on in life, researchers say.According to a study presented at the American Association of Cancer Research Conference, researchers looked a...

 
 
First Ebola Case Diagnosed in US Confirmed by CDC

The first Ebola case has been diagnosed in the United States, but a top health official said there is "no doubt... we will stop it here."Dr. Tom Frieden, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ...

 
 
Thousands of West African Children Orphaned by Ebola

Nearly 4,000 children in West Africa have lost one or both parents to the ongoing Ebola outbreak, a staggering figure reported by the United Nations Children's Fund on Tuesday."Thousands of children are living through ...

 
 

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Women Rising: How Kansas Women Gained The Vote, 1859-1912

Kansas women gained the vote in 1912, eight years before Congress passed the 19th Amendment, granti...

 
Photography, Music A Part Of Art Rush At Library

First Thursday Art Rush at Salina Public Library will feature a NovelNotes performance by Laura Lee ...

 
Downtown St. Paddy’s Pub Crawl

Saturday, March 15, 2014 ~ 4-8 pm Downtown Salina $15 in advance / $20 day of event Walk, crawl, s...

 
Hatfield To Speak At Genealogy Club

The guest at the February meeting of Salina Public Library’s Genealogy Club will be Susan Hatfield...

 
Friends Of The Library To Have Book Sale

The Friends of the Library will have its Spring Book Sale from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 in Sa...

 
Symphony Gala Features Five Vocal Duos

Saturday, March 1, 2014 ~ 5:45 pmSalina Country Club, 2101 E Country Club Rd Enjoy fabulous music a...

 

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