A preliminary hearing has been delayed in the case of one Eureka man accused of killing his brother.
A ruling in a judgment claim against a Lyon County business is now representing a change in thought for the Kansas Supreme Court.
No injuries were reported after a tree knocked out power to a pair of homes in central Emporia on Friday, Nov. 8.
An Americus woman remains hospitalized after an accident near Salina on Wednesday.
Members of the Kansas Association of Public Information Officers came to Emporia for their quarterly meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7, learning about the experiences of two of their own helping in the aftermath of the devastating Moore, Okla., tornado earlier this year.
The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau Government Matters Committee and the League of Women Voters have scheduled a Dialogues forum with Emporia School board members next week.
One Emporia school and several others across the listening area have been honored for student achievement through the 2013 Challenge Award program.