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Salina police warn community of scam

Doug Gray lives in Salina and says he was contacted by scammers.

Drone creates thermal images to show problems in homes

We may not be able to see it, but with a special thermal imagining drone, John Furguson can look almost anywhere and see something we can't.

Kansas could see first all natural cemetery

Sarah Crews wants to break from tradition when it comes to cemeteries.

Salina police searching for suspect in deadly stabbing

Salina police say they're looking for the person or persons who may have stabbed a man to death Tuesday night.

Human remains found in north Abilene

Investigators were called out Sunday evening to a rural area in Dickinson County, just north of Abilene. They got a call from a man walking his dog in the area that found the remains. 

KHP provides more details about Ellsworth County fatal

UPDATE: The Kansas Highway Patrol said a Kanopolis man fell asleep at the wheel before a fatal crash in Ellsworth County earlier this week.

Salina man accused of stealing employee's car

A Tony's Pizza employee says she left her keys, purse and phone in her car unlocked while at work. The woman says Tony's has a policy that doesn't allow workers to bring personal items on the floor with them, but does provide lockers which employees can share.

Salina record company expected to grow

Chad Kassem has been collecting records since he was 23. Once a hobby, now turned into a career.

Salina teen accused of killing younger sister appears in court

15-year-old Sierra Niehaus appeared in court Tuesday for a judge to decided whether or not to try her as an adult. She is accused of killing her 13-year-old sister, Galazia Niehaus, in early August of 2014 at the family's home outside of the county. 

Wildfires breakout across Kansas

Fire crews across Kansas continued to battle grass fires into Wednesday evening. 

Great Bend woman accused of stealing money from veterans program

Several witnesses took the stand to testify in the case against LaVeta Miller, those people ranged from a bank employees to an employee for the Kansas Bureau of Investigations.

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Two hurt in crashes along I-70 Monday evening

The Kansas Highway Patrol responded to two crashes along I-70. The crashes happened just a few miles and around an hour apart.

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