The 2015 class of Kansas Master Teachers were honored with a special reception and awards banquet at Emporia State University Wednesday.
The relief effort continues to move at high speed after Sunday's devastating fire at Eastwood Lake, 1120 East.
The Hartford High government team involved in the "We the People" contest on the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and citizenship is headed to Washington, D.C. after surpassing their fundraising goal.
The Emporia City Commission checked through their agenda Wednesday with ease.
Two weather risks affect the KVOE listening area through the early morning hours Thursday.
Income tax levels were better than expected for March, but other revenue streams didn't fare so well. As a result, the state's tax receipts for March were $11.2 million short of expectations.
Less than a month remains before the Flint Hills Technical College Foundation holds its annual auction.
Close to $2,000 was raised recently to help students in Emporia State's athletic training program.