Emporia State administrators are watching this month's Kansas Board of Regents meetings closely -- for more than one reason.
Emporia State University is now offering a graduate certificate in e-learning and online teaching.
National Night Out is coming up Aug. 5, and Tuesday's informational meeting provided details about the event itself, and its purpose.
What weights over 40,000 pounds, can shrug off a rocket-propelled grenade, and is now owned by the Lyon County Sheriff's Department?
Attendance is up sharply at the Jones Aquatic Center.
Plans are now in place for Emporia's Fourth of July fireworks show.
The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce is taking applications for its latest class of Leadership Emporia.
The Aug. 5 primary election is closer than you may think, and KVOE News continues its Candidate Profile series with Shawnee County Attorney Chad Taylor, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate.