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Trial begins for former deputy accused of child sex crimes

Opening arguments are underway in the trial of a former Dickinson County sheriff's deputy accused of sexually molesting a child.

Voters to decide on Saline Co. commission expansion

Saline County Commissioners voted to let the public decide whether to expand the board from three members to five.

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Salina PD: Woman beaten, held against her will

Salina Police are looking for a man accused of holding a woman against her will.

Salina man booked for attempted murder after shooting

Saline Police have arrested a man in connection to a shooting that sent another man to the hospital.

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Century-old bridge closed to motor vehicles

LINDSBORG, Kan. (AP) — A century-old central Kansas bridge that one official describes as "fun to drive" has been closed to motor vehicles.

Salina discrimination claim dismissed

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — An attorney for the Salina Human Relations Commission says he could not find enough evidence to support a discrimination claim filed by a former interim director of the Saline County Health Department.

Salina Police find synthetic drugs called "potpourri" at pump mart

Salina Police say they arrested the owners of a local Pump Mart yesterday for possession and distribution of illegal drugs.

UPDATE: Suspect arrested that caused heightened security at Salina school

One man has been arrested after security concerns at a Salina school.

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Saline County voters to decide sales tax for jail

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas county will ask voters to approve a sales tax to build a new complex to house its jail, court system and prosecutors' offices.

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Saline County crash injures two

Two men are hospitalized after a crash late Tuesday in Saline County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, a Suzuki Grand Vitara was speeding north on 9th Street just S. of I-70 when it rear-ended a Dodge Ram truck.

Sister of inmate who died in prison enters plea

GOODLAND, Kan. (AP) — A Missouri woman whose sister died in a western Kansas county jail has pleaded guilty to a felony drug count.

Salina approves new e-cig ordinance

The Salina City Commission adopted a new ordinance on the sales of e-cigarettes. Now all vapor, hookah and tobacco shops will have to go through the city and obtain a conditional use permit.

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