Candidates in this year's election are touring Kansas full-tilt, and one such candidate made a visit to the KVOE Studios Wednesday.
The three-judge panel hearing the suit against the Kansas Democratic Party ruled Wednesday that the party will not have to replace candidate Chad Taylor's name on the ballot.
There's a good chance that strong to severe storms will crop up somewhere in the KVOE listening area Wednesday.
Sterling House is rebuilding.
Details are still forthcoming, but Sterling House marketing director Janet Haag says she found out just last week that Brookdale, Sterling House's parent company, decided to rebuild at the same location, 1200 W. 12th.
Kansas tax revenue fell some $21 million below projections, marking the fourth time in the past six months revenue failed to match their targets.
Emporia city commissioners approved several projects and proclamations during Wednesday's action session.
A cyclist was injured after an accident with a car Tuesday night.
SOS is hosting their annual Domestic Violence Summit later this month, and more information about it was highlighted during Wednesday's Newsmaker segment.