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Close to 40 teams have submitted entries for the second annual Emporia Entrepreneur Challenge.

Nearly 500 people ran or walked through the fourth annual Turkey Day Dash this Thanksgiving morning.

The town of Reading had its annual holiday business stroll Saturday.

Nebraska has to pay damages to Kansas after losing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Republican River water use from the past decade.

A Neosho Rapids couple is awaiting federal jury trial this summer on felony fraud charges.

Changes are coming to S&S Oil and Propane, although employees and current business partners may not notice.

An Emporia man accused of methamphetamine distribution has his next court date April 21.

The cleanup continues in Overbrook on Friday -- and may work through the weekend -- after storms knocked down trees and power lines early Friday morning.

Phone scams are commonplace these days, and the latest twist involves Microsoft users.

At least one company is calling people across the country claiming to be a third-party representative of the computer software giant.

Middle school and high school students from across the state gathered in Albert Taylor Hall Friday for Emporia State University Music Day.

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