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Leaders of local law enforcement agencies say an emphasis on integrating mental health professionals into nonviolent call response -- as highlighted by President Donald Trump this week -- has been under development locally for close to two years.

Residents in and around Emporia are encouraged to continue the current discussion on race relations through an online meeting Thursday.

Additional funding is coming to the city of Emporia to assist both local businesses and meal programs following the Emporia City Commission's recent action session Wednesday.

Emporia is adding a taste of the Deep South to its collective menu.

Three more states have been added to the coronavirus quarantine list, while six others have been removed.

The active COVID-19 case number for Lyon County remains steady at 39 according to Public Health's Wednesday update.

Could you use a smile right now? Well, the Bourbon Cowboy has you covered this weekend.

Mike Mathes has handed off his keys and headed -- officially -- into retirement.

The Greater Emporia Area Disaster Relief Fund made its latest grant funding announcement on KVOE's On-Air Chat on Wednesday.

The man accused of shooting a woman as part of an argument in Emporia last week has now been formally charged and will have a preliminary hearing next month.