The state's "Cold Weather Rule" takes effect Friday.
This prohibits utility companies from disconnecting a customer's electric or gas service during periods of extreme cold, or at least until temperatures are forecast to be above 35 degrees for the next 48 hours.
Several items of note highlight the Lyon County Commission action meeting agenda for Thursday.
Economic trends at the local, state, national and world levels were the focus of the Regional Economic Outlook Conference held at Emporia State University on Tuesday.
Two people accused of meth production have hearings Wednesday.
A school child hasn't died in a fire in 50 years, but fire drills are far more prevalent across the country than active shooter drills -- even with the increasing number of deaths and injuries from school shootings the past 15 years.
Wolf Creek is back at full power.
Wolf Creek has been partially to fully offline for about 10 days after an air conditioning sensor went bad. Spokesperson Cassie Bailey tells KVOE News plant officials began reconnecting to the grid Monday.
As expected, the week is starting wet.
Showers and embedded thunderstorms began moving across the KVOE listening area late Monday night through early Tuesday, with better than half an inch of rain falling at the KVOE studios through 6 am.