Emporia, KS

Humidity: 33 %
Wind : SSW at 18 mph

<div style="background-color: #72bcdb;"><a title="rsspump" href="http://news.rsspump.com/">news</a></div>


Teen allegedly involved in Short Stop robbery and other incidents named, charged

The Emporia teenager allegedly responsible for the Short Stop robbery and the Emporia High drug theft has been charged with both incidents.

Read More

Health Center-Health Department confirms rabies case in Lyon County cow

The Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department has confirmed a case of rabies in Lyon County.

Read More

KDCF Secretary anticipates TFI review results within weeks

Saying she was horrified and saddened by Thursday's death of a 10-month-old in a hot car in Wichita, Kansas Department for Children and Families Secretary Phyllis Gilmore told KVOE News on Monday a door-to-door review of TFI Family Services is a due-diligence move which could be done in weeks, not months.

Read More

Health Center dental clinic to receive national award

The Flint Hills Community Health Center is set to receive an award for their dental clinic next month.

Read More

Battle of the Badges blood drive continues

The Battle of the Badges blood drive is on.

The annual blood drive and friendly competition between the Emporia Fire and Police departments continues Monday and Tuesday at Twelfth Avenue Baptist Church, 2023 West 12th. Area residents are encouraged to donate blood and then vote for their favorite agency.

Read More

Tyson closes three plants, sells part of its Latin America poultry business

Tyson Foods media relations personnel have not commented on how the closure of three plants elsewhere in the United States could impact operations locally.

Read More

Teeen suspect in Short Stop robbery set for first hearing

The teenager allegedly involved in the Short Stop convenience store robbery July 20 has a hearing Monday afternoon.

Read More

TFI: Future foster child placements only facet of operations affected by KDCF announcement

TFI Family Services says the Kansas Department for Children and Families decision to halt the agency's foster care placements and a review by two other state-contracted agencies in the wake of last week's hot-car death of a young girl in Wichita will only affect future placements through TFI until the review is done.

Read More

See what is happening with KVOE