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The woman who allegedly used her car to deliberately hit another woman as part of an argument earlier this year has hearings planned in Lyon County District Court on Wednesday as her potential trial date approaches.

Oral arguments in the state's latest education funding battle are coming next month. The state of Kansas and the group challenging lawmaker efforts to properly fund K-12 education are still at odds over how best to fund public schools.

Hemp production in Kansas has the green light from Governor Laura Kelly.

The Emporia Symphony Orchestra has its Grand Finale of the 2018-19 concert season Tuesday night.

Jones Aquatic Center supervisor Jennifer Wegener did a happy dance during the Emporia Recreation Commission monthly meeting.

One individual accused of kidnapping from an incident last fall has had his case continued to next month.

Monday is tax day and last minute filers lined up at the Emporia Post Office ahead of the official filing deadline.

April is National and Kansas Safe Digging Month, and Kansas Gas Service is among the utilities working hard to get the message out about being safe when you plan your below-ground projects.

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