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SPRINGFIELD, MO. -- A federal jury has convicted an Emporia man of sexually assaulting a teenaged girl and a young child in Missouri.

The state's voter law has been struck down by a federal judge, and the man who championed it -- current Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach -- has to attend legal education classes on rules of procedure or evidence as part of the decision.

Forty years after the worst boating disaster in state history, Lake Pomona was quiet -- and hot.

The Emporia Recreation Commission moved Monday to approve its 2018-19 budget for publication.

An Emporia State University educator has co-written a lab manual for students with visual impairments and it's believed to be the first of its kind in the world.

The Emporia City Commission will meet for an action session Wednesday evening. 

Petitions are still circulating to keep Emporia's Sunday liquor sales policy as is.

Recently, the state announced it was changing the reimbursement rate for road construction projects involving a cost share with city or county governments.

A pair of improvement projects get underway this week on the Kansas Turnpike near of the Admire-Council Grove exit.

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