Why would Emporia State University want to slow down the momentum of the campus master plan, even with news that President Dr. Michael Shonrock is leaving mid-summer?
It's not quite pedal to the metal for regional public transportation across Kansas, but it's safe to say things are getting up to speed quickly in that regard.
In less than a month, most Emporia's residents can start recycling as part of the city's new curbside program.
Child Abuse Prevention Month continues with two signature events through SOS.
The man accused of shooting a former Emporia woman to death last fall has been sentenced for leading a chase shortly after the shooting, meaning court proceedings can now begin in the murder case.
A Cassoday man was one of three people hurt in a crash in central Butler County over the weekend.
Rain finally came to the KVOE listening area over the weekend, and we may not be done yet this week.
The Emporia Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale is underway through late this week.