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Governor Laura Kelly is in Emporia on Tuesday, and she has added at least one activity to her local schedule.

Emporia State University has announced its plans for winter commencement later this month.

High winds caused a number of power outages over the weekend, including a trio of big outages affecting Chase County customers early Sunday.

A few special guests lent a hand at the annual Emporia Police Department Benefit Association toy drive Sunday afternoon.

Wind advisories continue to be extended for a pair of counties in the KVOE listening area as breezy conditions persist.  

If you live in the Emporia or any surrounding communities, you may notice from time to time a large number of stray or feral cats around town.

The Kansas Court of Appeals has overturned a Coffey County conviction after a traffic stop led to a large seizure of marijuana two years ago.

Chase County celebrated its annual Country Christmas on Friday and Saturday with a range of activities.

With Black Friday now in the past, local businesses in downtown Emporia were ready to receive large Small Business Saturday crowds to flock towards their best deals of the year.

Recent rainfall -- and rain that may come down Friday -- may not do much to tamp down the fire risk that's apparently developing for the weekend.

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