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Two Emporians -- including a man who allegedly fled the scene of a crash near Olpe late last month -- have been arrested after allegedly leading a law enforcement pursuit in Shawnee County early Monday.

Can Eucalyptus Real Estate and other rental property owners be perpetually two years behind on their Kansas property taxes?

"Tears were shed" when the Emporia Municipal Band decided to cancel its summer concert season at Fremont Park.

The COVID-19 vaccination process has led to a significant change in policy for parents of children who could otherwise be considered close contacts if their kids get sick.

An attorney review hearing is coming Monday afternoon for one Emporia man accused of killing another in a traffic accident earlier this year.

The Lyon County Transfer Station will likely be a busy place through the upcoming weekend with Free Landfill Days now underway.

Ducks Unlimited already has plans for millions of dollars in federal grant funds announced late last month, as biologist Jim Pitman explains.

Restaurant owners across the area are encouraged to apply for federal COVID-19 relief funds beginning Monday.

In a sense, Ron Highland has been waiting for special military honors for a year. He'll get them Monday.

Downtown Emporia was a busy place Saturday night as disc golfers, local residents and vendors all partied the night away to close out the 2021 Dynamic Discs Open.