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Mark Runge, Emporia State University's longtime facilities director, passed away early Monday at the age of 62.

A one-time Chase County Jail employee was sentenced to probation during a hearing Monday afternoon.

A cyclist was briefly taken to Newman Regional Health for treatment before being transported to a second facility following a crash involving an SUV in east Emporia early Monday morning.

Strong shaking has now been reported in Strong City after a borderline moderate earthquake northwest of the town early Monday morning.

The Emporia Splash Pad had the final day of its first season on Sunday.

Merger efforts are not slowing down for two major utilities despite numerous severe weather events which have impacted the area through the majority of this year.

Sentencing is tentatively on the docket Monday for a one-time Chase County Jail employee who reached a plea agreement earlier this year in an illegal sexual contact case.

The annual Great American Market kicked off with massive success Saturday morning and saw that trend continue throughout the day.

Candidates are starting to line up for the US House First District seat now that incumbent Roger Marshall is running for US Senate.

Flint Hills Technical College was busy for its annual Merit Badge University on Saturday.

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