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An audit report will highlight the Emporia City Commission's study session Wednesday morning.

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Lyon County is now down to 24.

The $4.3 million Oasis capital campaign continues at the David Traylor Zoo.

You may not see it when the rescheduled Dirty Kanza happens this fall, but you can expect a name change for the event possibly by the end of this calendar year.

The Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees is wrapping up the fiscal 2019-2020 schedule with a board meeting Wednesday morning.

Emporia Police are investigating after what officers say was a cutting incident in central Emporia on Monday night.

Minor damage was reported after fire developed inside a small storage room Monday evening.

SOS Strong is off and rolling.

Coffey County becomes the third area county to completely phase out of coronavirus restrictions.

Governor Laura Kelly has stated she takes full responsibility for the numerous errors which have occurred through the Kansas Department of Labor in recent months, including a "clawback" effort which negatively impacted the finances of numerous Kansans.

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