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A relocation effort now in its sixth year may be receiving some assistance following action by the Emporia City Commission Wednesday evening.

Governor Laura Kelly outlined her policy priorities during her second State of the State address Wednesday night.

As the investigation continues into a fatal fire at a mobile home west of Emporia, the blaze rekindled and caused additional damage to the home.

Totals may not be impressive, but a wintry mix of precipitation may hamper travel across most of Kansas -- including the entire KVOE listening area -- by Friday morning.

The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the first Legislative Dialogue of the year as organized by the Chamber's Government Matters Committee and the League of Women Voters.

A new trial is coming in the case of a man accused of robbing an Emporia convenience store 11 months ago.

Lyon County senior centers will be receiving $63,500 in allocations for 2020 following approval by Lyon County Commissioners Thursday morning.

After an exciting, and at times surprising, college football bowl season, three lucky individuals picked up gift cards from Waters True Value Thursday for being the top three competitors in KVOE's annual Bowl Challenge.

As democrats throughout Kansas prepare for a party-run primary election later this year, State Democratic Party Secretary George Hanna paid a visit to the Lyon County Democrats' monthly meeting Monday evening to update the process.

A contract for the development of a new electronic model of the city's potable water system will be amongst the agenda items for the Emporia City Commission's action session Wednesday night.

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