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.

Few Arrests of Americans Who Fought in Syria or Iraq; Feds Focus on "Small Group" Back Inside U.S.

Of the dozens of Americans who traveled to war-torn Syria or Iraq and then returned home, only a “small group” of them fought with a terrorist group and might be inclined to launch an attack back in the U.S...

Redacted: Military Classifies Info on $61B Afghan Training

If you’re curious what America is getting for its multi-billion dollar effort to train and equip local security forces in Afghanistan, sorry, that’s now classified.In its most recent quarterly report to Con...

UN Relief Efforts in Syria Hampered by Lack of Access

Kyung-wha Kang, Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs for the United Nations, briefed the U.N. Security Council on the situation in Syria on Thursday, highlighting fighting, insecurity and a lack of acce...

Russia, Ukraine Agree to Natural Gas Deal

Following a long period of negotiations, a $4.6 billion dollar agreement was made between Russia and Ukraine, by which Russia will supply sufficient natural gas to Ukraine to ensure heating during the winter.Jose Manue...

Pope: The Devil is Real, Must Be Fought

Pope Francis said in a homily on Thursday that the devil is really and must be fought.Noting that multiple generations have been led to believe that the devil is simply an idea, Francis said on Thursday that Christian ...

Chuck Hagel and Martin Dempsey Explain Support for 21-Day Quarantine for Troops

Safety concerns prompted the decision to put in place a 21-day quarantine for American troops serving in the Ebola mission in West Africa, top Pentagon officials said Thursday.Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint...

Politicians Remember Former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, Say City Better Because of Him

After former Boston Mayor Tom Menino passed away on Thursday, politicians locally and nationally remembered him fondly.Describing Menino's, "sheer determination and unmatched work ethic," current Boston Mayor Martin Wa...

Poll: Rep. Gardner's Lead Widens in Colorado Senate Race

A new Quinnipiac University poll out Thursday morning is bad news for Colorado Sen. Mark Udall in one of the most closely watched races this cycle.The poll shows Udall's Republican challenger, Rep. Cory Gardner, leadin...

Iowa Senate Hopeful's RV Hits Deer on Campaign Trail

Joni Ernst’s campaign may have skyrocketed into infamy thanks to few hogs, but late Wednesday night a deer brought the Republican state senator from Iowa to a halt. “Reports are true. RV did hit a deer. No ...

Charlie Crist Inches Ahead in Florida Governor's Race

Florida’s gubernatorial race is still extremely tight, but former Republican governor now Democratic candidate Charlie Crist has inched ahead slightly, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll out Thursday m...

Alleged PA Cop Shooter Eric Frein Captured Alive

Accused cop killer Eric Frein, one of the FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives, was captured after a 48-day manhunt, police said Thursday night."Eric Frein was dedicated to killing law enforcement members," Pennsylvania Stat...

Saint Louis County Prosecutor Says Leaks Not Coming from Grand Jury in Michael Brown Case

Saint Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch released a statement on Thursday that leaks involving the case of an officer-involved shooting that left 18-year-old Michael Brown dead in August are not coming from the g...

At Least Four Dead in Small Plane Crash at Kansas Airport

Four people are dead after a prop plane crashed into a building Thursday morning at an airport in Wichita, Kansas, officials said.Five others have been rushed to a local hospital, fire marshal Brad Crisp said more than...

Talks with Ebola Nurse Fail, Maine Governor to Use 'Full Authority'

Negotiations with nurse Kaci Hickox, who refuses to be quarantined after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, have "failed" and the governor of Maine will now "exercise the full extent of his authority," according t...

More Than Half of US Bans Controversial Guardrail

More than half the nation 27 states have now announced they are suspending further installation of a controversial guardrail system used on roads around the country following what critics said was a cover-up of a d...

PBS Announces One-Hour Special Honoring Robin Williams

PBS announced on Thursday that it would release an hour-long special remembering the late Robin Williams on DVD later this year.Available Dec. 2, Robin Williams Remembered - A Pioneers of Television Special will includ...

Why Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler and Other Stars Are Wearing Lena Dunham's Shirt

Lena Dunham has always been outspoken on the subject of women's reproductive rights.Now, she's enlisting the help of her A-list pals to spread the word about Planned Parenthood Action Fund's Women Are Watching Campaign...

Look Who’s Coming to "American Horror Story"

American Horror Story fans got their first look Wednesday at Matt Bomer, who joins the fourth season of FX’s anthology series.Bomer doesn’t make his debut until next Wednesday’s episode of American Ho...

Mama June 'Can't Say Anything Bad About TLC' After Show Cancellation

"Mama June" Shannon appears to be taking the cancellation of her hit TLC show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, in stride.In an interview that aired on E! News Wednesday night, the reality star said, "I can't say anything bad...

Chris Brown Reportedly Settles Two Lawsuits

Most of us were paying so much attention to the hoopla surrounding Chris Brown's recent assault case in Washington, D.C., that we forgot all about his other nagging legal problems. But the singer didn't.TMZ reports Bro...

Maine Pizzeria Delivers Pie to Ebola Nurse

An Ebola nurse fighting quarantine orders in Maine got a special delivery Thursday afternoon: a pizza from Moose Shack on Main Street.Nurse Kaci Hickox, told reporters Wednesday night that the one thing she missed whil...

NY Program Would Encourage Health Care Workers to Travel to West Africa

As New York City hosts the nation's sole Ebola patient, city and state officials have announced a program to encourage health care professionals to travel to West Africa to treat Ebola patients.The initiative would be ...

Nurse Says She Won't Have Officials Violate 'My Civil Rights'

As Maine officials said they were preparing to get a court order to enforce a mandatory quarantine, Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox said Wednesday night she is not willing to "stand here and have my civil rights violated.""You...

See the Birth of Modern Medicine from the Doctor Who Collects the Negatives

medical adviser on the Cinemax drama The Knick. The show centers on the Knickerbocker Hospital at the turn of the 19th century, just as now common surgical techniques were being developed. It’s a show tailor-made...


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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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