It's that time of year -- not just for fireworks, but also related complaints and possible injuries.
Everything is lining up for a big fireworks display in Emporia.
One-time U.S. Senator Bob Dole is making another sprint across the state later this month.
Dole has nine stops coming July 14 and 15, including five in the core KVOE listening area.
Within the month, the Jones Education Center and Flint Hills Technical College will become a bright spot -- literally -- for alternative energy.
City commissioners had a quick action session Wednesday.
Commissioners approved a resolution authorizing city manager Mark McAnarney to sign a Federal Aviation Administration grant for the ongoing airport improvement program.
The Coffey County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the woman who crashed Sunday evening between Lebo and BETO Junction.
The United Way of the Flint Hills is seeking answers after a recent spate of so-called "spoofing," where somebody masks his or her own phone number by using another company or individual's phone number.
Now that the first draft of the 50-year Kansas Water Vision has been written and published, several state agencies are hoping to get the word out about the need for planning and personal responsibility.