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Former Emporia Senior Center Director Lannie Lyman will have legal representation at her upcoming preliminary hearing.

A wind energy development near Reading and Osage City has made a lot of strides the past several months.

Chances of showers and thunderstorms return to the KVOE listening area by Thursday evening. This time, a low-end risk of severe weather is also attached.

You would think rain totals of 3-7 inches over a 36-hour period would be enough to shrink the exceptional drought affecting northern Lyon, eastern Morris and much of Wabaunsee counties.

Add local businesses to the entities subject to having their names used in financial scams.

One local church continues to make sure back to school time doesn't break the bank for local families.

Construction zones continue on the Kansas Turnpike to the northeast and southwest of Emporia.

Lyon County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward as local authorities investigate a recent truck theft.

Former Emporia Senior Center Director Lannie Lyman returns to Lyon County District Court on Thursday afternoon.

A friendly competition is underway to see which local agency takes home bragging rights during the annual Battle of the Badges blood drive.

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