Habitat for Humanity's home build in the 100 block of Mechanic is going smoothly.
Emporia city commissioners approved a major purchase to benefit the city's water quality.
The fiscal 2016 budget had very little wiggle room when lawmakers barely passed the document a few weeks ago. There is less wiggle room now after the June revenue report came in some $22 million short of projections.
There has been keen interest in Emporia Main Street's veterans banner project since it was announced last year.
No injuries were reported after two grass fires west of Emporia on Tuesday night.
An injury accident between a car and a motorcycle was reported Tuesday evening.
The Kansas Supreme Court has granted a stay in the ongoing school finance lawsuit, meaning a payout of $50 million to school districts won't immediately happen.
The new Chelsea Lofts mixed-use building is coming along nicely.