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Firefighters battle Salina house fire

Smoke filled a Salina neighborhood Friday morning as crews worked to put out a house fire. Not only did Salina fire crews have to fight a house fire, but they also had to make sure they had enough water to do it after a water main broke in the same culdesac. Crews said shortly after they got on scene they noticed the problem.

Salina's Gourmet To Go prepares for holiday rush

Workers at Gourmet To Go have their work cut out for them the day before Thanksgiving. Melanie Britegam is a partner at Gourmet To Go.

Salina neighborhood says 'no' to putting up a new cell tower

Cell phone towers are a familiar sight in Kansas, but some who live here want to keep them out.

Cozy Inn prepares for travelers during busy holiday season

With many of us planning to travel this Thanksgiving, the days before give a boost to local businesses.

Man arrested in connection with Galva death

The McPherson County Sheriff's Office said a man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of James Amery Croft, 39.

Jayden Hicks' family hires Kansas City attorney

Judge won't dismiss suit in girl's shocking death

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — The family of a Salina girl who was fatally shocked may press ahead with a $10.5 million lawsuit.

Alco stores closing after filing bankruptcy

After 113 years in business, Alco is closing all its stores. The company filed for bankruptcy last month. The company traditionally served smaller communities with limited acess to other retail chains. Empty shelves and discount signs will become more common as stores all over the U.S start to close. 

Lindsborg post office puts up temporary mailboxes while closed

The Lindsborg community can now pick up their mail at the temporary mailboxes outside the post office. Last week the Lindsborg post office temporarily closed because of air quality safety concerns. That meant people had to drive to Salina to pick up packages.  Just this week, the post office put up temporary boxes.

Saline Co. man shocked in electrical fire awake & talking

A Saline County man electrically shocked in a farm accident in October is making progress in his recovery.

McPherson Middle School

Adolescents at risk for whooping cough

The McPherson school district confirmed a single case of whooping cough at the McPherson Middle School. School officials say a sixth grader tested positive for the disease late last week. On Monday the district alerted parents about the case.

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Request to demolish old Salina hospital denied

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A former hospital in Salina will not be demolished anytime soon.

Mold scare closes Lindsborg post office

People in Lindsborg must now take a road trip just to pick up their mail. They have to travel across county lines, more than 20 miles north to Salina.


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