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Not surprisingly, several area counties reported COVID-19 increases from Friday to Monday.

We are now entering the home stretch of the 2020 census and Kansas is looking great in terms of response percentage. 

The cause and origination point have been announced for Monday night's devastating building fire in central Emporia.

Lyon County Public Health is still busy dealing with coronavirus, whether through tests, questions, raw data -- or robocalls.

Sentencing is set for mid-December for a one-time Lyon County man who pleaded guilty Tuesday to possessing child pornography.

A new business venture is in the works in Lyon County aiming to improve the local economy.

Emporia Fire continues investigating a fire that destroyed an apartment house, displaced all its residents and led to injuries for one firefighter late Monday night.

Discussions on the future of Emporia's mask ordinance will be one of many talking points for Emporia City Commissioners Wednesday morning.

The USD 253 Board of Education will be continuing discussions on COVID-19 related adjustments to the 2020-21 school year Wednesday evening.

The state's coronavirus-related disaster declaration ends next Tuesday, and Governor Laura Kelly would like it extended.

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