Showers and storms are a good bet at some point between now and Sunday morning.
Emporia Main Street is drawing attention to a new event designed to highlight the city's history.
Emporia State's Vice President for Student Affairs is staying put.
On Wednesday, KKVOE News opened an online poll and phone comment period, asking whether you feel Gov. Sam Brownback has been an effective leader for the state of Kansas. The poll and comment period are both over, but not before over 600 people voted and nearly 100 responses went to the KVOE voice mail and to Facebook:
Early Wednesday, area residents picked up some welcome rains. The area ended the day with a risk of severe weather, but that stayed well to our west.
The David Traylor Zoo is one step closer to adding a new exhibit.
Emporia city commissioners Wednesday approved an interlocal agreement with Lyon County and the Kansas Department of Transportation to provide access and improvement to the U.S. Highway 50 corridor essentially between the roundabout and Roads 170, 180, "F" and "G."