State lawmakers got some unexpected good news late last week.
Ending cash balances for fiscal 2014, which ended June 30, were over $480 million -- over $100 million more than expected.
Yet another sign the 2014 election cycle is heating up: the end of voter registration and the start of advance voting this week.
Emporia State University continues the transformation at the newly-named Koch Center for Leadership and Ethics.
Emporia city commissioners have an action session Wednesday night. Infrastructure matters will lead the agenda.
Slurry seal work in Emporia is nearing the end, but there are still a lot of projects taking place Monday.
Sunday's steamy afternoon brought folks to the historic Howe House farmstead for a little vintage baseball and an ice cream social.
After being included in an education funding bill and passed earlier this year, new licensure requirements for teachers in Kansas have come under scrutiny this summer.
A Waverly semi driver avoided a cyclist near Lawrence on Saturday, but the maneuver led to him being injured and hospitalized.