Rugged terrain is hampering efforts to find a Garnett woman who went missing southwest of Emporia on Wednesday.
51-year-old Debra Johnston was last seen about 20 miles southwest of Emporia on the Kansas Turnpike. The search is focused in southeast Chase County, along with parts of southwest Lyon County and northwest Greenwood County.
Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn issued a statement Friday, warning residents of a potential wolf hybrid in Osage County.
The effort to consolidate the drug cases against an Emporia man will have to wait until next year for resolution.
Wes Gohring, age 42 of 1101 Union, faces 20 counts total as part of two separate methamphetamine production cases in Lyon County District Court.
Good news for the Kansas economy: jobless rates are heading down.
Flint Hills Technical College is holding its winter commencement activities Friday.
Activities start at 7 pm at Emporia State's Albert Taylor Hall. Culinary Arts Director Lance Nitihara will give the commencement speech.
The man accused of meth production in two separate court cases may see those combined before the end of the day.
Wes Gohring of 1101 Union has two hearings Friday afternoon, one at 1:15 pm, the other at 2 pm.
Several activities are coming this weekend.
Unofficially, the weekend starts at the Granada Theatre on Friday as Joseph Hall brings his Elvis: Rock N Roll Remember show back to Emporia, and this time he's bringing the Christmas show in. The concert begins at 7 pm.
The seventh Playhouse Project is perhaps the most ambitious to date.
Longtime organizer Rex Williams is shooting for $30,000 in donations this time around.