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Area residents went above and beyond to meet the urgent need for blood.

Kansas Senate Vice President Jeff Longbine is giving the state good marks for its response to coronavirus.

As the Small Business Administration ramps up a massive loan effort to help businesses through the coronavirus pandemic, it's also reminding non-farm business owners and nonprofit agency leaders about an upcoming deadline to apply for economic relief from severe weather last fall.

One person was taken from the scene of a single-motorcycle accident in west Emporia Tuesday evening.

The number of active coronavirus cases in Morris County is back to zero.

As cases continue to increase in Coffey County so too does the number of recoveries.

The Emporia Fire Department's hazmat team responded to a gas spill on the Kansas Turnpike Tuesday afternoon.

The count of new coronavirus positive tests remains stable in Lyon County. Tuesdays up-date from Lyon County Public Health has the number of positive cases at 25, the same as Monday.

While numerous churches across the state, including those in the KVOE listening area, have been shifting their service delivery platforms to combat COVID-19 in recent weeks, the latest executive order from Governor Laura Kelly is now ensuring all churches follow suit.

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