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Strong thunderstorms are possible near Emporia through the early-morning hours Saturday.

That Saharan dust cloud you have been hearing about all week? There is an outside chance it could affect parts of Kansas in more ways than just sunsets the next few days.

Emporia Main Street has received the highest recognition available from Main Street America for its innovative work in the local community.

A request to suppress evidence in the case of an Emporia man accused of illegal drug activity within 1,000 feet of a local school and aggravated child endangerment was denied Friday.

Lyon County's active COVID-19 case number decreased slightly once again Friday.  The active number of cases is now back at 24, a decrease of one from Thursday according to Lyon County Public Health's update Friday. 

Following coronavirus exposures at youth basketball tournaments in Hays and Wichita, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is asking people attending the tourneys to “exercise appropriate prevention measures.”

Emporia Police are using a call from Thursday night to illustrate the wrong paths social media can take when it comes to law enforcement matters.

Lyon County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Director Jennifer Millbern is using two recent coronavirus incidents to remind people to take the virus seriously as the pandemic continues.

State lawmakers have passed a measure that will let Kansas make budget adjustments to offset impacts from coronavirus.

Ridership is on the increase for Lyon County Area Transportation.

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