As expected, a major winter storm has been causing all kinds of problems so far Tuesday -- and it's far from over, even though snow should end by late evening.
Osage County commissioners are facing a troubling budget ahead, after last Monday's meeting. Commission Chair Ken Kuykendall says the problems come with state and federal changes.
Emporia firefighters were called to investigate a small kitchen fire around 8 am.
Preparations are underway for the Flint Hills Technical College Sustainability Fair in April.
After being off the community calendar for three years, an effort is underway to revive Keep It A Safe Summer.
An Osage City man who led authorities from Melvern Lake to Emporia on Christmas Day will spend a year in prison.
Heavy snow, high wind, bitter cold. All are expected over the next two days as a major winter storm is poised to give us our biggest snowfall in nearly a year.
Predictions are still on track for a major winter storm bearing down on Kansas through early Wednesday.
Current projections have Emporia and most area locations receiving as much as 10 inches of snow before this winter blast moves away.