Emporia, KS

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HeartChase offers numerous health-related challenges for participants

Since beginning HeartChase locally three years ago, organizers have called the event a mix of two popular game shows -- "Amazing Race" and "Minute to Win it." That approach proved popular again Saturday as nearly 20 teams crisscrossed the Emporia State campus and raised money for the American Heart Association in the process.

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Safety, education part of child seat check lane mission

Spring is here, and with spring begins the annual run of child seat safety checkpoints courtesy of Safe Kids Emporia.

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Suspects in 522 West shooting incident returning to court

Preliminary hearings are coming in the next few days for the two people allegedly involved in a shooting incident in central Emporia earlier this month.

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Budget-balancing act gets more daunting for state lawmakers

When lawmakers return to session Wednesday, they face a budget picture that got progressively more bleak over the past week.

As a result, lawmakers like 51st District Rep. Ron Highland say they have to look at possible tax increases and budget cuts.

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Wednesday house fire in Eureka an accident, according to investigators

The Kansas State Fire Marshal's Office says a fire that developed in a Eureka home Wednesday was accidental in nature.

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Glass Blown Open setting participation records with play starting Thursday

Close to 1,000 people from around the globe will participate in the Glass Blown Open disc golf tournament. Some of them are already here, according to recent KVOE Morning Show guest and event organizer Jeremy Rusco.

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Honeycutt advice to parents: Get engaged when kids show interest in social media

The time was when helping kids with school meant spending time sitting down at the table solving story problems or helping with book reports. Nowadays, that has expanded to computer use and social media.

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Severe weather avoids area

Strong storms popped up in western and central Kansas on Friday but didn't develop across the Flint Hills.

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