Over 500 students, teachers and volunteers filled Emporia State University's Memorial Union Saturday for the annual William Allen White Children's Book Awards.
Fire and Iron Station 135 pounded pavement Saturday during their inaugural Toy Run.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism has confirmed the presence of zebra mussels in Pomona Reservoir in Osage County.
Didde Catholic Campus Center was buzzing for the 12th annual Homemade Pan-Fried Taco Dinner Sale.
Plumb Place Director Jill Wheeler didn't have to gamble too much with how successful Friday's Speakeasy fundraiser would be.
The United Way of the Flint Hills has announced their lofty 2014 campaign goal, and Director Jami Reever says she's excited by the number: $582,576.
The date and time for this year's Christmas Parade has been set in stone by the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Emporia Police Department and the Lyon County Sheriff's Office now officially have consolidated dispatch services.