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Child hurt near Salina

A five-year-old girl is hospitalized after a dresser fell on her Monday evening. 

Velez sentencing pushed back another month

A teen accused of shooting and killing his step-brother was supposed to be sentenced Monday, but instead got another court date. Ryan Velez pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of nine-year-old Kaden Harper.

Salina man facing kidnapping and rape charges

He remains jailed on $42,500 bond.

Coffee with a cop event comes to Kansas

The Kansas Highway Patrol started an event called "coffee with a cop" to let the community get to know troopers and others in law enforcement. Trooper Ben Gardner saw other highway patrol teams doing it across the U.S and wants to bring it to Kansas.

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Sheriff: Salina jail overcrowding getting worse

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — Saline County Sheriff Glen Kochanowski says the population of the county jail is the highest it's ever been.

Man is arrested after firing gun in hospital parking lot

A Kansas City man is arrested after firing his gun in the air at a hospital parking lot. No one was injured. Police say the  37-year-old man was on his way to California when he got off the highway and followed the signs to Memorial Hospital.

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Salina police officer arrested for DUI

"We expect our officers to be professional and when they do make mistakes, we hold them accountable."

Crop sprayer destroyed in Saline Co. fire

Investigators in Salina are looking into what caused a large fire that destroyed machinery at a farm implement dealership.

East High Car Crash

Russell couple dies in Ellsworth Co. crash

Two passengers, 64-year-old William Rabas and 56-year-old Delores Rabas, died in the crash. Troopers said they were not wearing their seat belt.

Salina man arrested for sexually abusing young child

A Salina man has been arrested, accused of aggravated indecent liberties with a young girl.

Police chase ends in crash in Saline County

A Saline County deputy goes to the hospital after a chase ends in a crash

Fort Riley honors those who have fallen in the line of duty

Fort Riley military base honored fallen soldiers who have died in the line of duty. Thirteen years ago today, Americans were killed on their own soil. Fort Riley remembered soldiers who have died by engraving their names on a monument that's a replica of the Twin Towers. Randy L. Billings is one of those names. He died on December 17th 2013 while fighting to protect his country.

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