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Three Emporia schools are approved for education redesign efforts.

The risk of severe thunderstorm activity for Wednesday morning has come and gone without any severe weather.

Mr. G's Express at Sixth and Prairie is officially opening soon. And area residents have been taking advantage of a unique opportunity to both help the fine-tuning process and get a free car wash at the same time.

International students considering whether to attend Emporia State University -- or any other American college or university, for that matter -- can breathe easy after the Trump administration relented on plans to have them go elsewhere for education under certain circumstances.

Sentencing is coming next month for a woman involved in a high-speed pursuit nearly two years ago.

Isolated severe weather is possible but unlikely Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

The Kansas Department of Agriculture is working with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism due to the emergence of a new disease affecting wildlife.

The primary election is now less than three weeks away, and KVOE began its slate of Candidate Forums on Tuesday with a look at the candidates running for the Kansas House 76th District.

Lyon County and 4 surrounding counties are reporting active COVI-19 cases.

A number of agreements for city improvement projects could see approval during the Emporia City Commission's action session Wednesday evening.

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