It will be cold Monday night. It just won't be quite as cold as first thought.
WIBW-TV meteorologist Doug Meyers says overnight lows will be just above zero instead of just below zero.
Close to 60 individuals will have a merrier Christmas this week, courtesy of the KVOE-Kari's Family Christmas for Families in Need.
Right at $5,000 was raised, making Kari's owner Kari Stookey very happy.
The first phase of Emporia Child Care's move to the former National Teachers Hall of Fame building is taking place as we speak.
Director Deb Crowl says Center No. 3, the center housed for years at the Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department, is in the process of moving.
Emporia city commissioners hope to hire a new city manager by summer, if not sooner.
Planning is underway for the second annual Miss Flint Hills pageant coming to the Granada Theatre on Jan. 25.
Organizer Janice Williams says young women will be involved in the same lineup of activities for the Miss America pageants seen every year on TV.
The Garnett woman at the heart of an urgent search last week is now back with her family to receive additional medical attention.
Chase County Sheriff Richard Dorneker says 51-year-old Debra Johnston was released to her family Saturday night, several hours after she was discovered at a rural Chase County farmstead.
A powerful winter storm dumped snow across much of eastern Kansas from Saturday night into early Sunday morning, but many area residents were on the low side of earlier snow projections.
The Salvation Army is closing down its annual kettle campaign at 3 pm Tuesday.
A week ago, things were looking grim. However, Lt. Lynn Lopez says things have turned around in a hurry -- and there is a chance the drive can reach the goal of $42,000.