The 2015 Farmers Market has moved to its downtown home for the season.
The nation's commitment to the rule of law was duly noted Friday with Law Day activities across the nation and here in Emporia.
After seeing three business leave in the past nine months, Emporia West Plaza will have an addition later this year.
The Emporia State Masters of Business Administration and Master of Accountancy online degrees are receiving special notice for their value and educational experience.
A ton of activities are taking place across the KVOE listening area this weekend.
The Kansas Supreme Court has halted its review of the case against convicted murderer and death row inmate Scott Cheever, and both sides in the case say the review is warranted.
Almost at the same time as formal charges were filed against several police officers in Baltimore in the death of a man in custody, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom held a news conference in Kansas City, urging law enforcement agencies to apply for a new federal program involving body cameras.
The Emporia Rescue Mission has reached its fundraising goal through its annual participation in the Feinstein Challenge. Reaching $60,000 is a milestone for Director Lee Alderman.