Emporia Habitat for Humanity's Jim Kessler has detailed the need for a homeowner for this year's house, which was scheduled to be built earlier this summer.
Emporia Police officers will be out in force this holiday weekend, according to Lt. Jim Tilton.
Gov. Sam Brownback is tapping a one-time legal adviser to fill a position on the Kansas Supreme Court, bypassing two candidates -- including one from Emporia -- with longer careers as judges.
The winners of the first-annual Catch, Photo and Release Contest were announced during Friday's episode of "What's In Outdoors."
Emporian Heidi Pineda is recovering remarkably well after she was hurt and two family members were killed in a wreck in Texas almost two months ago.
The Flint Hills Regional Council says the seven-county region joining forces for economic development benefits from a host of tourism attractions, high manufacturing capacity and its involvement in the Animal Health Corridor, but it also is threatened by its dependence on a small number of employers, an aging population and a divide between rural and urban residents.
Kansas has been granted a one-year flexibility waiver from certain provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act. The state's high-risk status, in place for a year, has also been removed by the U.S. Department of Education.
A Council Grove woman has been appointed to the Kansas State Banking Board.