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Former multi-state lottery official facing civil suit after allegedly presenting rigged tickets for winnings

A former computer security official with the Multi-State Lottery Association and two other individuals are facing a lawsuit from Attorney General Derek Schmidt on accusations they presented rigged winning tickets to the Kansas Lottery, including tickets bought locally.

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State budget director touts governor's plans during visit with Lyon County Republicans

Tuesday night, Lyon County Republicans got an in-depth look at the state's budget situation from somebody who has seen the ins and outs of that document for nearly three years.

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City Commission sets up action meeting Wednesday night

Emporia city commissioners have a lot of agenda items for their action meeting Wednesday night.

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Emporians turn out in record numbers to support Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity's Sing Me Home rose to new levels.

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Humanitarianism got a moment to shine on ESU campus

Emporia State gave the stage to true humanitarians.

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Ferris found, two arrested; Lacy still missing

Eureka teenager Eli Ferris has been found safe, but that's not where the runaway's story will end.

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Uk set for April 12 prelim on murder charge; details about crime scene released

The suspect in last week's murder of an Emporia woman will be back in court next month as legal proceedings get underway.

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Country Club hopes to reopen basement, including grill, by Friday

Things are drying out in the basement of the Emporia Country Club after water issues developed at some point after sunset Monday.

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