State jobless rate dips slightly

Jobless numbers are trending down for the state of Kansas.

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Air quality public health advisory now over

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment's air quality public health advisory for the state has ended.

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Controlled burn gets away, damages 200 acres at Tallgrass Prairie Preserve

Fire damaged about 200 acres of property at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve on Thursday.

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Community build underway for Strong City Park playground equipment

The Strong City Park is seeing a period of rapid change.

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IRS warning of another tax-time scam

Tax Day is Friday, and even though you technically don't have to file until Monday you still need to be watching out for scams circulating around your taxes.

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Burlingame PD crowdsourcing buy of body-worn cameras

The police department in the city of Burlingame is looking to the public for donations that will go toward supplying officers with body cameras.
Burlingame Police Chief Matthew Baker said his department is working with Wolfcom, a camera manufacturer out of Hollywood, Calif., to make this happen.

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Repurposing ahead for ESU Skyline Room

The Skyline Room inside the Emporia State Memorial Union will no longer be a restaurant come the end of the semester.

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Emporia commissioners discuss new water treatment plant, storm drainage

The Emporia city commission met on Wednesday to discuss the necessity of building a new water treatment plant on the Cottonwood River.

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