News (19921)

Coronavirus has forced the closure of Coffey County Lake.

Several law enforcement agencies are stepping up their traffic enforcement efforts through the Thanksgiving weekend.

Moderate drought has expanded across much of the KVOE listening area.

Pioneer Bluffs has canceled one of its activities due to coronavirus, but the grounds remain open at this time.

The USD 253 Emporia Board of Education has a special meeting Friday, but this has no apparent connection to the coronavirus pandemic.

Work continues to bring a new travel plaza to west Emporia.

Callers from near and far all showed their support for teachers past and present during the 29th annual KVOE National Teacher's Hall of Fame Radio Auction Thursday evening.

The Osage County woman in line to be the first female federal inmate to receive the death penalty in over 50 years won’t be executed this year.

A small grass fire developed northeast of Emporia on Thursday.

The Emporia Public Library is postponing plans for granting additional access to its building due to the ongoing rise in COVID-19 cases over the past month.

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