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The Humane Society of the Flint Hills is working to bring dogs and families together.

A motions hearing is coming Tuesday for four defendants accused of burglarizing locations in rural Lyon County.

TOPEKA -- A Kansas Court of Appeals panel has affirmed an Osage County ruling to revoke probation in a child sex case.

A beautiful spring morning highlighted the first Emporia Farmers Market of the season Saturday.

The Emporia Police Department Benefit Association is helping support Special Olympics athletes in the upcoming state games.

Around 200 bikers grinded it out this weekend in Emporia's newest cycling event to support Handlebars of Hope.

Lawmakers adjourned the 2018 Kansas Legisaltive session on Friday having tackled many of the issues they set out to do this year.

As the school year draws to a close more students are receiving degrees at Emporia State University, prompting changes to its spring commencement schedule.

Lawmakers in the Kansas House rejected a Senate bill Friday that would have slashed an estimated $78 million during the state's next budget year, which begins July 1.

Downtown Emporia transformed into a fiesta Saturday for the fifth annual Cinco de Mayo event.

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