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Gov. Brownback declares first week of September Kansas Literacy Week

Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday declared the first week of September as Kansas Literacy Week as a result of efforts put forth by the Kansas Masonic Literacy Center and Emporia State University.

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Flash Flood Watch in effect through Tuesday morning

The listening area will go under a Flash Flood Watch Monday evening into Tuesday morning as a cold front pushes through.

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Emporia area moonstruck by rare solar eclipse

Hundreds packed into Emporia State University's Union Square Monday for a rare chance to watch the great solar eclipse.

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Zoo hosts photography fundraising event and eclipse party

The David Traylor Zoo held a fundraising event Sunday by offering professional photos taken by Thomas Felts Photography. 

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No one transported following injury accident at 6th & Constitution

No one was transported to the hospital, Sunday afternoon, following a two-vehicle accident near 6th Avenue and Constitution Street.

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Several pets find new homes after National Clear the Shelter Day

The Humane Society of the Flint Hills participated in National Clear The Shelters Day for the first time Saturday.

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31st annual Beef Fest celebrates grass cattle industry

     The 31st annual Beef Fest continued Saturday with a full slate of activities.

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ESU to begin classes Monday with eclipse party

It's the start of a new school year at Emporia State University.

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