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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.

 
 
US Military Launches 23 Airstrikes Targeting ISIS in Iraq, Syria

U.S military forces conducted 23 airstrikes in Iraq and Syria on Friday and Saturday, many of them in the area of the Mosul Dam.Only one of the 23 airstrikes was against a target in Kobani, Syria, which has been at ris...

 
 
WHO Looking into First Ebola Case in Mali

The World Health Organization is looking into the first case of Ebola found in the African country of Mali, which involves a two-year-old child who traveled from Guinea with her grandmother.According to the WHO, the ch...

 
 
Marine Dead in 'Non-Combat Related Incident' in Baghdad

The U.S. Department of Defense announced on Friday night that a Marine was killed in a "non-combat related incident."The Pentagon identified the Marine as Lance Cpl. Sean Neal, 19, saying he died on Thursday. He was fr...

 
 
Canada's Top Cop Wants More Terror Arrests, But Needs Evidence

Canadian intelligence and law enforcement officers are “reevaluating” some 90 people they suspect are linked to terrorist groups in the wake of the deadly shooting near Canada’s Parliament, but the na...

 
 
Louisiana Teen Shot Dead in West Bank Clash With Israelis

An American teen from New Orleans was shot and killed during clashes in the West Bank village of Silwad near Ramallah Friday.Orwa Abd al-Wahhab Hammad, 15, was born in Ramallah and moved with his family to New Orleans,...

 
 
Obama Talks About Ebola in America in Weekly Address

In this week's address, President Obama talks about Ebola in America, from the death of Thomas Eric Duncan to the most recent case in New York City. Obama addresses what he says are some "basic facts." "First, you cann...

 
 
GOP Weekly Address: US Needs 'New Energy to Keep Our Country Strong'

– as an overseas officer in the CIA, I witnessed folks struggling for freedom and stared down those trying to end our way of life.And working in the private sector trying to help companies compete, I see how our go...

 
 
Lawmakers Pushing for Expanded Recall on Defective Airbags

Some lawmakers in Congress are saying that every defective airbag — which could mean millions more than the 20 million devices already suggested — should be recalled, not just in the South where most of the...

 
 
Hillary Clinton Showers Elizabeth Warren With 'Love'

Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren both stumped for Massachusetts governor candidate Martha Coakley on Friday, and one thing was clear: Hillary hearts Elizabeth."I love watching Elizabeth," Clinton gushed about ...

 
 
James Foley Honored with Award at US Institute of Peace

James Foley, the first journalist beheaded by ISIS, was honored with an award for extraordinary courage. Former President Clinton nominated Foley for the award, which was presented at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Was...

 
 
Cafeteria Worker Tried Stopping Washington School Shooter

A cafeteria worker tried stopping a freshman homecoming prince who opened fire inside his Washington state high school, killing one person and injuring four others - including two of his relatives - before shooting him...

 
 
Health Worker Quarantined in New Jersey Tests Negative for Ebola

A preliminary test for Ebola came back negative for a health care worker who was quarantined at a New Jersey airport after she returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, the state's Health Department said i...

 
 
Homecoming Prince Identified as High School Shooting Suspect

A high school homecoming prince in Washington state calmly opened fire in the school cafeteria at lunchtime, killing one person and injuring four others - including two of his relatives - before shooting himself to dea...

 
 
Two Officers Dead After Two-County Crime Spree in Northern California

Two officers are dead after a two-county crime spree in Northern California, during which three officers and a bystander were shot. Authorities say 47-year-old Deputy Danny Oliver of the Sacramento County Sheriff's Dep...

 
 
What We Know About the Washington State High School Shooting Suspect

The shooter who opened fire at a Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington State Friday was identified to ABC News by eyewitnesses and authorities as Jaylen Fryberg.Fryberg, who was a student at the school, died as...

 
 
Jack Bruce, Bassist of Rock Band Cream Dead at 71

Jack Bruce of the 1960's rock band Cream has passed away at the age of 71."It is with great sadness that we, Jack's family, announce the passing of our beloved Jack: husband, father, granddad, and all round legend," th...

 
 
Olivia Munn Reveals Aaron Rodgers Gave Her a 'Special Ring'

Olivia Munn is one lucky woman.The actress, who has been dating NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers for several months, opened up to the New York Post's Alexa magazine about a special gift he gave her recently."I wore this f...

 
 
Report: Teresa and Joe Giudice's Marriage Is on the Rocks

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have both been sentenced to months in federal prison for tax fraud. So it may come as no surprise that Us Weekly reports their marriage is on th...

 
 
Andrew Garfield Reveals Why He Won't Talk About Girlfriend Emma Stone

Andrew Garfield has been tight-lipped about dating his Amazing Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone, and while he understands people's interest in the personal lives of celebrities, he says the details of their relationship w...

 
 
Kelly Osbourne Honors Joan Rivers with a Tattoo

When Joan Rivers died last month, her Fashion Police co-host Kelly Osbourne was devastated.Now, she's done something to memorialize her late friend: She got a tattoo."In honor of you @joanrivers...'If you looked at aer...

 
 
NJ, NY Toughen Ebola Quarantine Rules After Doctor Case

The New York doctor who tested positive for Ebola wasn't required to quarantine himself when he returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in Guinea. Instead, Dr. Craig Allen Spencer went about his life, h...

 
 
Evenflo Recalling Over 200,000 Child Car Seats

Evenflo is recalling over 200,000 child car seats. The buckles in the Embrace and AmSafe models can reportedly become difficult to unlatch, especially after a child has been eating or drinking in the seat. The buckle c...

 
 
Does Your Doctor Owe Thousands in Unpaid Student Loans?

There are 846 doctors and dentists in 43 states who have been named by the U.S. Department of Education on a public list in a desperate effort to get them to repay their defaulted student loans.And because the loans we...

 
 
Why New York Doctor with Ebola Didn't Quarantine Himself

There's a reason Dr. Craig Allen Spencer, who has tested positive for Ebola, didn't quarantine himself when he returned to New York after treating Ebola patients in Guinea.He didn't have to.According to Doctors Without...

 
 
Ebola 'Poses No Threat to Others,' Mayor Assures New York

The mayor of New York City on Friday assured a city alarmed over the presence of an Ebola patient that the patient "poses no threat to others.""We are fully prepared to handle Ebola," Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a new...

 
 

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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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