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Salina man sentenced in deadly hit and run crash

A Salina man has been sentenced to two months in prison in connection to a hit and run accident that killed a bicyclist.

Father of Salina arson suspect speaks out about son's past

As a Salina man prepares to face arson charges in court, his father is speaking out about his son's past.

McPherson starts coalition to help growing number of hoarders

Jana McKinney is a part of the hoarders coalition. It's a newly-formed group of volunteers that helps hoarders with their problem by offering counseling.

Salina PD mourns loss of K-9

A Salina police dog has died following a short illness.

Ellsworth Co. community pushes for a change at dangerous intersection

Ellsworth County officials say despite extra signs and extra flashing lights on Highway K-156 and K-14, the intersection is the most dangerous in the county.

Saline Co. wants a new justice complex to ease overcrowding

Saline County Sheriff Glen Kochanowski says his jail is overcrowded. That's why he wants voters to approve a $46.5 million project come November.

Who decides what contraceptives counties offer?

After the Saline County Commission decided Tuesday it will approve any birth control pills before the county health department distributes them, some of you wondered how common it was for a board with no medical experts on it to be in charge of medical decisions.

Saline Co. health director resigns after commission meeting

Recent issues in Saline County have brought controversy between the health department and the county commissioners. After a commission meeting discussing the birth control issue, Bronson Farmer resigned from his position as the director.   

Saline Co. leaders weighing approved birth control pills

County leaders will now control which birth control pills women have access to in Saline County after the health director resigned.

Bethel College locked down overnight

Bethel College in North Newton was on lockdown for a short time overnight after a student reported hearing gunshots on campus.

Sheriff says more judges, court staffers needed

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A central Kansas sheriff says there wouldn't be so many inmates in his jail if the courts had more judges and staff members to handle their cases.


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