A couple of big city projects have taken steps forward, but there's still a long time before either of them will see fruition.
The investigation into a stabbing in Osage City on Tuesday has taken on a new direction.
After months of revenues coming in below projections, the state enjoyed a better-than-expected month in November.
Meetings for students and the community are coming to Emporia State University over the next couple of days to address diversity and inclusion issues.
Two Emporia Middle School teachers were pleasantly surprised Wednesday.
Lyon County commissioners have an action meeting coming Thursday morning.
A "Holiday Glow" filled downtown Emporia as the 38th annual Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade rolled by.
Emporia State University's 13th president, Dr. Robert Glennen, has died.