<div style="background-color: #72bcdb;"><a title="rsspump" href="http://news.rsspump.com/">news</a></div>


Repairs continue after Wednesday night power outages

Westar Energy is repairing damage after intense but non-severe thunderstorms caused a series of power outages in the Emporia city limits Wednesday evening.

Read More

Tuition rates going up for ESU students

Higher education will cost more for students attending Kansas Regents universities starting next semester.

Read More

Break-in reported at Medicine Shoppe

Emporia Police are investigating after a break-in at a local business overnight.

Read More

Free car seat calibrations offered by local non-profit organization

Families seeking guidance on the proper installation and use of car seats need only visit Staples this Saturday for a free calibration on behalf of Safe Kids Emporia.

Read More

Suspected arsonist arrested following investigation of recent fire

Initial reports from the Emporia Fire Department suggested that an electronic cigarette caused the recent structure fire at 413 South Merchant Street, but a press release issued by Fire Marshal Reason Bradford on Wednesday explained that the blaze may have been an act of arson.

Read More

Harrison family reacts to Pettigrew conviction

Emotions ran high in the Lyon County Courthouse on Wednesday as jurors delivered their verdicts to Judge Steven Hornbaker on a case that started four years ago.

Read More

Pettigrew guilty of vehicular homicide

After less than two days of testimony, and minimal deliberation, a jury has found Tyler Pettigrew guilty of vehicular manslaughter in Lyon County district Court Wednesday. 

Read More

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve will have a summer full of events

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is getting ready for another big summer.

Read More

See what is happening with KVOE