On Tuesday, Gov. Sam Brownback signed an executive order rescinding protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered state employees. He also signed a separate executive order which he says will eliminate the need for those protections, but gay rights advocates aren't so sure.
The Lyon County Historical Society celebrated "one last hurrah" Tuesday, as they held their annual meeting.
Emporia State University was represented during a House Education Budget Committee hearing Tuesday.
With little fanfare, Gov. Sam Brownback signed a bill Tuesday designed to handle most of the state's financial shortfall for the rest of this fiscal year.
Volunteers will be gathering on the Emporia State campus Wednesday to package meals for Ebola victims in Liberia, and your help is encouraged.
A pavement patching project caused some traffic adjustments on U.S. Highway 50 west of Emporia.
Time is running short if you haven't enrolled for health insurance through the federal marketplace but plan to do that.
That didn't take long.
Hours after joining KVOE's Morning Show to detail its possible involvement in a national competition on the Constitution and Declaration of Independence -- and asking for help raising the funds for the deposit -- the Hartford High government team has enough money to secure a spot in the national "We the People" contest.