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Two weeks of rainfall adjusts Drought Monitor map

Six to nine inches of rainfall since late March couldn't clear the entire KVOE listening area from drought, but it cleared most of the area.

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Testing determines no local case of measles

Measles-like symptoms for an Emporia elementary school student are not actually measles, according to the Flint Hills Community Health Center.

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Working Women celebrates 33rd year

One of the grand prize winners at Thursday night's Working Women After Hours event was surprised to walk away with a $4,300 hot tub from First Start Pool and Spa in Emporia.

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New evidence in UNABOMBer case discussed at ESU

A former chief of the FBI explosives unit has made more evidence public in the UNABOMBer case.

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Law enforcement from across the state have travelled to Emporia as part of their yearly training.

Lyon County Sheriff's Department is helping law enforcement across the state stay atop latest changes in legal landscape.

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Man jumps from Merchant Street bridge over Interstate 35, nearly hit by truck after landing

Emporia Police are investigating after a man jumped off a bridge on the north edge of town Wednesday night.

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Topeka developer, Emporia landowner Lindemuth faces new federal charge

A Topeka developer owning several properties locally now faces new federal charges as an indictment continues.

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Renaming of Lyon County's Emergency Management Operations Center set for April 13

Next week, a special honor will be bestowed on late Lyon County official Rick Frevert.

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