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Same sex couple talks about ruling and benefits

Richard Buck and his husband, Ray Lear, had 150 guests at their wedding last weekend in Salina.

Couple from India living in U.S illegally, arrested in McPherson

Most customers we saw pulling up to Route 56 in McPherson assumed it's open for business, but that's not the case. You probably noticed it's closed, the doors are locked, that's because the owners are in court.

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Man arrested after standoff in Dickinson County

Update: Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Gardner says the man wanted after a standoff this morning is now in custody. He was arrested without further incident.

Salina man arrested, accused of attacking roommate

Salina man arrested, accused of attacking roommate

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Salina man arrested for standoff & shooting at patrol vehicle

A Salina man is in jail after police said he opened fire on officer, assaulted a 17-year-old boy, and kidnapped a 15-year-old girl just after midnight, Friday morning.

Salina man accused of kidnapping teen, firing shots at officers

Police in Salina arrest a man who they say kidnapped a 15-year-old girl, then fired shots at police. It happened at around 12:45 Friday morning.

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Kansas health officials issue algae warnings for 3 lakes

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Health officials are warning the public about a toxic algae bloom in three lakes in Kansas.

Former Kansas school counselor seeks pardon for student rape

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A former Salina middle school counselor imprisoned for raping a 13-year-old student plans to ask Gov. Sam Brownback for a pardon.

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Salina resident has secret money donor

Wilma Wohler says blessings come in many forms.

First case of West Nile Virus found in Lincoln County

The Lincoln County Health Department says it's early in the season to see the West Nile Virus, and some people may experience few to no symptoms at all, but that wasn't the case for a woman in Ash Grove.

Community of Geneseo donates money for new patrol car

Police Chief Monty Payne used to patrol the streets of Geneseo in a 1997 Crown Vic with more than 100,000 miles on it.

McPherson dealing with mosquito problem

Recent rain has created small and large areas of standing water in several areas, McPherson residents say they like the water, just not what it attracts.

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