Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis is coming to Emporia on Monday evening.
Davis will stop at the Best Western from 6:30 to 8 pm.
Severe Weather Awareness Week is starting with a very wintry feel.
The week is starting with officially four inches of a snow-sleet mix on the ground and air temperatures below zero, but severe weather season is upon us and the National Weather Service is reminding people to be prepared.
The damage may have looked worse than it was, but there was still significant damage after a house fire at 1001 Lakeview on Sunday.
The man accused of a quadruple murder in Franklin County could face a so-called "Hard 50" sentence if convicted.
A longstanding fundraiser -- and a first-time affair -- are coming Tuesday evening.
This weekend's snow and sleet totals may not have reached the maximums forecast before a major winter storm began affecting the area, but winter still had an impact on the area.
Here in Emporia, we received four inches of a snow-sleet mix.
Sunday's winter storm brought snow and sleet, and left behind bitter cold temperatures across much of the KVOE listening area.