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John Blaufuss Family Day Scholarship Run/Walk has proceeds go towards ESU scholarships

John Blaufuss lost his life almost 11 years ago because a drunk driver hit him. In honor of him, his family held the memorial John Blaufuss Family Day Scholarship Run/Walk on ESU's campus.

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416 names proposed for lemur twins at David Traylor Zoo

The deadline to submit names for the twin lemurs is over, and the final count is now official.

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Allison Garrett officially inaugurated as 17th Emporia State president

Allison Garrett officially begins her new career as the 17th president of Emporia State University.

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ESU gearing up for Family and Friends Day

It's a big weekend for the Emporia State family.

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Brats on the Bridge set for debut

Final preparations are in place for the first-ever Brats on the Bridge on Saturday evening.

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Pick-up truck strikes bicyclist on 6th Avenue and then leaves the scene

A pick-up truck struck a bicyclist shortly after 6:30 AM on Friday morning and then immediately left the scene of the crime. The accident happened near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and East Street.

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Chevy Malibu hits Volvo trailer on I-135 and then lands in ditch

A 2011 Chevy Malibu landed in a ditch earlier this morning on I-135. Patrol officers spotted the car just past mile marker 49 in McPherson County.

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Zero tolerance policy for narcotic users in Emporia area

Heroin is a highly addictive drug that is very prevalent on the east coast right now. ABC News gave Baltimore the nickname "the heroin capital of the United States" because government agencies estimate as many as one in 10 of the city's residents are addicted to the narcotic.

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