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Tornadic activity is now possible for Lyon Coubty according to the Storm Prediction Center.  

Lyon County deputies say an Emporia man was hurt in Saturday's wreck just south of town.

Parts of the KVOE listening area will start Mother's Day under a wind advisory.

New coronavirus cases and active cases have been holding steady for the past month, but Lyon County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Director Jennifer Millbern says community transmission risk has elevated.

Kansas lawmakers took two separate steps to finalize the state's budget -- and move towards ending the current veto session -- with votes Friday.

Emporia High biology teacher Erica Huggard is among a handful of teachers named as state finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

The Osage County Sheriff's Office is recognizing three of its own for their work to save lives.

Farmers to Families has been in Americus on Saturday for a food giveaway. Another one is coming in Emporia soon.

Planning for budget cuts at Emporia State University has led to action.

The forecast still calls for a possibility of severe weather across the KVOE listening area Saturday evening.

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