News (20828)

After dropping the Energy Emergency Level earlier Wednesday, the Southwest Power Pool has increased it once again.  

Lyon County saw a modest increase in new COVID-19 cases Wednesday after a near week-long layoff in reporting.

At least one wind energy facility near Emporia has had to adjust to the extreme cold this week.

It was shaping up to be the worst nightmare scenario for the Lyon County History Center, but the waterline-related flooding that hit part of downtown Emporia nearly a week ago didn't turn out to be as bad as first thought.

Travel conditions are improving after our third round of light snowfall this week.

Tickets go on sale next month for the Symphony in the Flint Hills.

A potential travel plaza in west Emporia is moving forward.

Stop us if you've heard this before over the last week: light snow is causing slower-than-normal travel patterns Wednesday morning.

With yet another round of rolling power blackouts possible Tuesday night into Wednesday, several KVOE listeners have asked whether Emporia will reopen warming shelters to cover the potential outage period.

Apparently the risk of more short-term power outages isn’t over yet.

Page 8 of 1488