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A challenge to a state law requiring voters to show ID at the polls may be heading to federal court.

Secretary of State Kris Kobach would like that.

Yet another sign the 2014 election cycle is heating up: the end of voter registration and the start of advance voting this week.

Preparations continue for the spring election April 7.

Voter registration ends at 5 pm Tuesday. Advance voting then begins next Monday and continues through noon April 6.

An Alma woman has been indicted on embezzlement charges after allegedly taking money from the Bio-Security Research Institute at Kansas State University.

U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 51-year-old Linda Kay Miller faces three charges of interstate transportation of fraudulently altered securities.

A scheduling conference is the next step in the appeals process for Kenneth Waddell, the 69-year-old Americus man convicted a dozen years ago of child sex abuse.

The Americus man convicted of sexually abusing a young girl over a decade ago now has a pretrial hearing in civil court after an appeals hearing Tuesday.

An Americus man convicted over a dozen years ago on child sex abuse charges is in court appealing his decision.

The first candidate filing for Emporia city commission has arrived.

The Emporia School Board has a busy meeting Wednesday night.

Nothing has been finalized yet, but the Emporia School District is concerned about a proposed change in education funding as outlined by Gov. Sam Brownback last week.