Light snowfall Saturday is setting the stage for a frigid night Sunday.
Overnight lows could approach -10 and wind chills could go below -25, and a wind chill warning is now in effect from 6 pm Sunday to noon Monday for Lyon and most surrounding counties.
A heat lamp caused a dog house to catch fire Sunday morning, but no injuries were reported.
The city of Burlington is under a boil water advisory ordered by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Sunday.
Using a boxing analogy, Mother Nature is set to throw a jab-haymaker combination at east central Kansas through Monday morning.
National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Gargan is not anticipating much in the way of snowfall Saturday, with three inches of snow an absolute maximum for most of the state.
Thankfully, there were no injuries after fire developed in an apartment in north central Emporia on Saturday morning.
The call to 1215 Sylvan No. 7 came in around 8:40 am. Fire Battalion Chief Steve Kuhlmann says everybody was out when fire crews arrived.
Flint Hills Technical College is starting the second semester with a lot of momentum.
President Dr. Dean Hollenbeck says second-semester enrollment is "solid," but he says there are other indicators of the college's effectiveness in training workers that are catching the eyes of a lot of people nationally.
The USDA is making permanent changes to school nutrition programs.
This lets schools serve larger portions of lean protein and whole grains at both breakfast and lunch.
Come Feb. 2, one lucky person will have a 51-inch flat-screen TV to call their very own, courtesy of Country 101.7 FM and Triad Leasing.
Sixteen contestants went to Triad on Saturday for the annual Watch the Chiefs drawing to see who got which NFL playoff team to follow -- and who was already out of the running.