Outdoor burns will be strongly discouraged again Wednesday as low humidity levels combine with high winds out of the southwest to crank up the fire danger to extreme levels.
No air quality assessments are available yet, but the Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan is in full effect.
A two-day drive to raise awareness about bone marrow donations -- and line up potential donors -- is now in the books.
In response to the passing of the education funding bill over the weekend, the Kansas National Education Association is making plans to file a lawsuit against the state.
Spring could also be known as "allergy season" in Kansas, with flowers and trees pollinating and blooming, causing a lot of us to sniffle and sneeze more than usual.
The success of the power plant technology program at Flint Hills Technical College was featured on the latest installment of Tech Talk with President Dr. Dean Hollenbeck on Tuesday.
Emporia State's Associated Student Government elections continue through Wednesday.
Wednesday will be a busy day for Emporia city and Lyon County commissioners. Both boards have separate study meetings before meeting at the County Courthouse for a quarterly joint meeting.