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Extreme fire danger in Wednesday's forecast

For the second straight day, outdoor burning will either be discouraged or denied Wednesday, depending on the county.

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NWS: Spotters vital for solid severe weather information

Local residents got a first hand dose of severe weather know-how Tuesday night from the National Weather Service.

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Stanley Jewelry closes doors one final time

An icon of downtown Emporia is no more.

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Tornado drill postponed for Lyon, most surrounding counties

Severe Weather Awareness Week highlights the adjustments and planning needed to be ready for rough weather. Along that line, there has been an adjustment in an event designed to help you plan for severe weather.

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Woodland about to reopen near 12th after water main clipped

By late Wednesday afternoon, traffic should be back to normal on Woodland Street just south of 12th Avenue.

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Rekindles handled quickly but fire danger remains high

High fire danger continues into early evening across the KVOE listening area.

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Minnesota woman charged after Friday's Turnpike crash

The Minnesota woman who allegedly started a chain-reaction crash on the Kansas Turnpike last week by stopping her SUV on the highway had her first appearance in Chase County District Court on Monday.

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ESU tabs Spotswood to lead Graduate School

Emporia State University has chosen its dean of the Graduate School and Distance Education program.

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