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Just how much money in unemployment benefits did Kansas pay out to scammers last year?

An investigation is underway after fire damaged an Emporia home Wednesday morning.

Plans are now in place for COVID-19 prime vaccination clinics in Emporia this week after bad weather last week.

Local residents have until next Friday to stake their claim to a number of fabulous prizes up for auction courtesy of the Emporia Friends of the Zoo.

The City of Emporia is continuing work to increase the local housing market.

Overall cases and deaths both saw a rise as active cases dipped Wednesday according to Lyon County Public Health's latest COVID-19 data set.

LCAT is adjusting its afternoon bus options due to a shift in ridership trends.

Officials with the Kansas Department of Labor have been trying to avoid paying out fraudulent unemployment claims through the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, hundreds of millions of dollars were paid out last year, according to a report Tuesday by the department.

Following a string of road views during their study session Wednesday, Lyon County commissioners have an action meeting Thursday morning.

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