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Sunshine helps travel conditions improve -- to a degree

Travel is improving, but it is still slick in spots after as much as four inches of a snow-sleet mix fell across the KVOE listening area over the weekend.

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Cougar cub finalist names released

Within a month, the new cougar cub at the David Traylor Zoo will have a new name.

Zoo director Lisa Keith joined KVOE's 8:05 am newscast Monday to announce the five finalists: Blue, Flint, Oliver, Wally and Warrior.

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Paul Davis tour stopping in Emporia on Monday

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.

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Severe Weather Awareness Week underway

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.

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Lakeview Street fire caused by attempt to thaw out frozen pipes

The damage may have looked worse than it was, but there was still significant damage after a house fire at 1001 Lakeview on Sunday.

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Flack to face capital and 'Hard 50' sentences if convicted of quadruple murder

The man accused of a quadruple murder in Franklin County could face a so-called "Hard 50" sentence if convicted.

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QUWF, ESU United Methodist Campus Ministries holding Tuesday events

A longstanding fundraiser -- and a first-time affair -- are coming Tuesday evening.

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Wind chill advisories over, travel problems aren't

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.

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