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Tuesday night's concert at the Emporia Granada Theatre brought hit after hit from one of classic rock's most enduring names.

Not much is changing in terms of COVID-19 mitigation for local healthcare providers and pharmacies.

A hefty increase in new water tap fees is on the Emporia City Commission's agenda for possible approval Wednesday afternoon.

Following the busy start to the 2021 veto session Monday, proceedings were a bit less hectic inside the Kansas Statehouse Tuesday. 

By Monday, 4 Rivers Electric Cooperative could well be generating power out of its new solar energy facility.

Kansas tax receipts continue well ahead of expectations.

Following successful leadership tenures of Ryan Bradbury and Stu Moeckel, USD 386 Madison-Virgil Board Chair Jeff Williams says the district will "catch the magic again" with a new superintendent now that Moeckel and his wife have resigned their positions.

Fresh off an extremely busy restart to the legislative session Monday, Kansas lawmakers return for more work Tuesday.

Minor injuries and significant damage were the result of a crash near the Kansas Turnpike's Flint Hills cattle pens exit Monday.

Devawn Mitchell's criminal case isn't two months old yet and he already has a new attorney.

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