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Civil Air Patrol commander resigns post after social media message to lawmaker on concealed carry

The head of Emporia's Civil Air Patrol squadron has resigned his command and has been suspended from his patrol membership following social media comments about a state legislator's position on a concealed weapons carry bill.

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I-35 to see work near Emporia

A small portion of Interstate 35 near Emporia will be closed Wednesday and Thursday.

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Trump tabs Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court vacancy

President Donald Trump has chosen a conservative jurist to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the US Supreme Court.

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Rotary Club celebrates century of giving with ESU, FHTC donations

The Rotary Club of Emporia has put their money where their mouth is, as they have worked hard to establish scholarship endowments at ESU and FHTC.

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Closed-door meeting among Senate Republicans leads to leaks on possible cuts

It was designed as a closed-door meeting among Kansas Senate Republicans to hammer out a rough framework on how possibly to proceed -- or not to proceed -- on the fiscal 2017 budget. What came out of Monday's meeting was word of several potential cuts, including education, as part of leaks while the meeting took place.

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Concealed carry hearing set for Wednesday

A significant hearing on the future of concealed weapons carry is slated for Wednesday morning.

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Push continues to restore Amtrak service in Emporia

Proponents of restoring Amtrak service in Emporia say there is enough support to do so, provided the city takes the necessary steps to move forward.

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Limited options available for gaining health insurance after Tuesday deadline passes

In most cases, the chance to obtain federal health insurance through the online marketplace ends Tuesday.

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