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Kemp convicted of abusing girl over three-year period

Hershel Kemp could spend the rest of his life behind bars after he was convicted of child sex abuse Thursday.

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Two-vehicle crash sends woman to NRH

One woman was taken to Newman Regional Health after a two-vehicle crash in west Emporia on Thursday.

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ESU School of Business hosting free tax prep program

A Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, program is coming to a university near you.

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ESU progresses on diversity, equity matters

Diversity and equity discussions at Emporia State University have moved behind the scenes after some high-profile talks late last year.

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Abandoned house fire still under investigation

Investigators continue piecing through the debris after a destructive house fire near Miller over a week ago.

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Red flag warnings now to be used for Lyon County burn bans

With a 3-0 vote Thursday, Lyon County commissioners passed a resolution making a simple but what they say is an important addition to the county's burn ban policy.

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EFD to dedicate new pumper

The Emporia Fire Department is celebrating the addition of new equipment.

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Date changes for Greenwood County spotter training session

Earlier this week, we reminded you about the storm spotter training schedules for area residents. Almost immediately, the National Weather Service office in Wichita said there needed to be a change for Greenwood County.

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