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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.

 
 
Captain of Doomed Ferry Under Investigation as Relatives Grieve

The captain of a ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing, is under investigation as a criminal and was one of the first people to escape the doomed vessel, Coast Guard ...

 
 
Oil Slick Not Tied to Flight 370, Preliminary Analysis Shows

The oil slick that Australian vessel Ocean Shield detected Sunday evening during its search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is not connected to the missing jetliner.A preliminary analysis of the sample "has confirmed ...

 
 
Three Dead After Military Base Attack in Ukraine

Three militants were killed, 13 wounded and over 60 arrested when they attacked a military base in Ukraine overnight, the country's interior minister said. The incident happened in the coastal town of Mariupol in the s...

 
 
What to Expect from Thursday’s Russia/Ukraine Talks

Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, have already spent at least 10 hours together in the past month, not to mention almost daily phone calls, trying to find a diplomatic solution t...

 
 
Students Trapped in Sinking Ferry Send Heartbreaking Text Messages

Heartbreaking text message exchanges between students trapped in the sinking ferry off the coast of South Korea and their anxious parents are offering a glimpse into the desperate situation in the crippled vessel."Dad,...

 
 
Michael Bloomberg Donates $50M to Gun Violence Prevention Group

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has invested millions of his own fortune into the push for stricter gun laws. Now, he’s upping the ante by pledging up to $50 million this year alone to a newly formed...

 
 
Book: White House Caught Off Guard by Biden's Gay Marriage Support

A new book claims Vice President Joe Biden blindsided the White House when he told NBC's Meet the Press on May 6, 2012 that he was "absolutely comfortable with" same-sex marriage and that gay and lesbian couples "are e...

 
 
Administration Downplays New Al Qaeda Video from Yemen

The State Department says that Americans shouldn't get too worked up over a recent video showing what appears to be a gathering of al Qaeda’s dangerous Yemen affiliate, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.The video...

 
 
Congress Gone Wild? Lawmakers Take on Spring Break

Congress’ annual two-week spring vacation from the nation’s capital is well under way, and many of the 535 lawmakers are following the tradition of sharing their wild (and in some cases, mild) experiences v...

 
 
Obama and Cantor Clash on Immigration Overhaul

Well, that didn’t go well.President Obama phoned House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Wednesday to implore the GOP’s floor guardian to take up the Senate’s comprehensive immigration legislation, but judg...

 
 
Explosion at Tennessee Ammunition Plant Kills One, Seriously Injures Three Others

One person is dead and three other people have been seriously injured in a fiery explosion Wednesday at a Tennessee ammunition plant. Now under control, according to officials, the fire destroyed Rio Ammunition in McEw...

 
 
US Lawyers Aim to Profit in Malaysia Airlines Tragedy

In the midst of their anguish and grief, some families of the passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 say they are being besieged by high-stakes versions of ambulance chasers American lawyers looking f...

 
 
Boston Marathon Hoax Suspect Held on $100K Bail

The man accused in a hoax on the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon attacks was ordered held on $100,000 bail when he appeared briefly in court Wednesday.In a blue V-neck prison smock, 25-year-old Kevin Edson ...

 
 
Mother of Boy Found in Claw Machine Will Not Face Charges

The mother of the 3-year-old Nebraska boy who was reported missing before being found safe inside a claw machine at a nearby bowling alley will not face charges.The mother, who was not identified, called 911 Monday eve...

 
 
Students Lip-Sync 68 Songs in 6 Minutes for Fundraiser

– all students from the Avon, Ind., school located in a suburb of Indianapolis – turned up to sing seamlessly through not just the Teen Top 40, but 68 songs, all in 6.5 minutes.The video took one take and was...

 
 
Season Finale of "Scandal" Will Have 'Cataclysmic' Twists

The season finale of ABC's Scandal airs Thursday night, and one of its stars says it will be "cataclysmic."ABC hasn't revealed much about the episode: we do know it's set during Election Day, with President Fitzgerald ...

 
 
Miley Cyrus' Allergic Reaction Explained

Miley Cyrus was forced to cancel a couple of concert dates in Missouri this week due to a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics. Her camp has since shed more light on what exactly is bothering her.A rep for Cyrus say...

 
 
Report: "Scandal" Star's Wife Files for Divorce

Scandal actor Columbus Short is facing more personal problems. His wife has reportedly obtained a restraining order and filed for divorce after he allegedly threatened to kill the both of them.According to TMZ, Short's...

 
 
"X-Men" Director Accused of Sexual Abuse in Lawsuit

X-Men director Bryan Singer has been sued by a man who claims he was sexually abused when he was 17 by the filmmaker.According to TheWrap.com, the plaintiff, who is identified in the complaint as Michael Egan, claims h...

 
 
Dax Shepard Reflects on Emotional "Parenthood" Story Line

The fifth season of the NBC drama Parenthood ends Thursday at 10 p.m. Eastern time. It's been an emotional season for star Dax Shepard, whose character, Crosby, had a difficult time connecting with his newborn daughter...

 
 
AG Eric Holder Highlights Heroin Death Epidemic

Attorney General Eric Holder Wednesday told a group of police leaders it is time for street cops to start carrying the drug Narcan that can reverse deadly heroin overdoses. And this time the police, facing a rising num...

 
 
Deciphering the Signs of Anorexia in the Very Young

Until the age of 10, twins Reagan and Grace Freeman were like two peas in a pod living in a Houston, Texas, suburb.After they moved to another state, their mother, Cindy Freeman, noticed that Reagan started rejecting f...

 
 
UK Doctor: 'I'd Rather Have HIV than Diabetes'

A U.K. doctor has stirred up controversy after writing an op-ed in the U.K. paper The Spectator where he argued that he’d "rather have HIV than diabetes." Dr. Max Pemberton, author of The Doctor Will See You Now ...

 
 
French Lab Loses Thousands of Vials of Deadly SARS Virus

A French lab has lost more than 2,000 vials containing fragments of the deadly SARS virus, which killed nearly 800 people in a 2003 epidemic across four continents. The Pasteur Institute in Paris, France announced this...

 
 
Digital Mirror Reveals Internal Organs

By combining Microsoft Kinect’s motion-capture camera with medical imaging tests, French researchers have created a “digital mirror” that appears to peel back the skin of users and expose their organs...

 
 

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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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