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It's that time when fireworks will be popping in and around Emporia.

An Emporia pond is under a blue-green algae warning.

Following the discovery of duplicate payments of unemployment benefits and an effort to take that money out of thousands of resident bank accounts, Governor Laura Kelly has announced resources now available to affected residents.

Lyon County's active case number increased slightly Thursday.

The pro disc golf season is up and running again, and Emporia is taking center stage this weekend.

Flint Hills Technical College was the latest organization to present a budget request for fiscal year 2021 before Lyon County Commissioners Thursday.

An Emporia man accused of illegal drug activity within 1,000 feet of a local school and aggravated child endangerment has a motions hearing Friday.

Summer is here and temperatures will reflect that fact with highs in the 90s for most of the next week.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will have a virtual meeting next week to discuss the safety performance of 12 nuclear power plants across the country, including Wolf Creek outside Burlington.

With a lot of uncertainty still present regarding the exact look of the 2020-21 academic year due to COVID-19, USD 253 Emporia Public Schools continues planning for a variety of scenarios.

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