The National Weather Service Topeka office has confirmed a short-lived tornado to be the cause of some structural damage just north of Neosho Rapids Saturday evening. Now flooding is the more prevalent risk.
Emporia firefighters are investigating the cause of a garage fire from Sunday evening.
Kansas lawmakers will be working a little longer than expected as an extension to the regular session begins Monday.
And now, the world: a new raft of graduates from area high schools has left the building, so to speak.
Despite off-and-on showers and a risk of stronger storms late in the event, people still came in droves to the 22nd annual Flatland Cruisers car show in downtown Emporia.
Flint Hills Technical College had its pomp and circumstance Saturday afternoon, conferring degrees on over 300 students.
White Auditorium was packed to the rafters as family and friends gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of Emporia State's graduating class.
After several waves of rain over the past month, there has finally been some improvement in our drought status for the area's amber waves of grain.