The Emporia State Student Athletic Training Club sold out of tacos -- 1,300 to be exact -- during their pan-fried taco feed Wednesday.
Chase County firefighters and deputies had a long day fighting two significant grass fires almost back-to-back Thursday.
The St. Patrick's Committee gave out quite a bit of money to their benefit groups Wednesday, during a live check presentation on 14 KVOE.
The committee raised over $16,000 to benefit nine community groups.
By late April, officials with Newman Regional Health believe they will have definitive word on their application for Critical Access status. In the meantime, the hospital is dealing with two issues which are bottling up its cash.
City commissioners had a short study session Wednesday. During that time, they got a timeline for progress on the potential retail development at 24th and Industrial.
A shed was destroyed by fire in Americus on Wednesday morning.
Fire crews from Americus were called out to 115 Main Lot 18 shortly before 11 am.
When it comes to health outcomes and health factors, there is a rather wide disparity across the KVOE listening area.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is extending the deadline for some people interested in signing up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.