The Delane Drive Toy Drop continues Saturday night.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for parts of the KVOE listening area from 9pm Friday night, until 6am Saturday.
An employee at Wichita 's Mid-Continent Airport now faces several federal charges after allegedly plotting to blow up the airport and trying to provide material support to Al Qaeda before doing so.
U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom and FBI Special Agent in Charge Michael Kaste Friday announced federal charges against Terry Lee Loewen, including an attempt to use a weapon of mass destruction, attempting to damage property with explosives and attempting to provide material support to a foreign terror organization.
Relief efforts are coming together fast to help the co-owner of Mr. Sisters Sweets who lost her belongings to fire Thursday.
Rhiannon Torres and her three children were living at 1010 West when fire developed rapidly in the home, effectively destroying much of the inside.
Changes to the phone system for the Lyon County Sheriff's Office are now in effect.
On KVOE's Newsmaker segment Friday, Sheriff Jeff Cope said the addition of a phone tree will make life easier for dispatchers -- and let callers get the help they need immediately if they have an urgent situation.
USD 253 Superintendent Theresa Davidson is optimistic a change in the state's Common Core assessment tests will be a more accurate reflection on how well Emporia students are learning.
Commencement activities, fundraisers and music highlight the upcoming weekend schedule.
Emporia State's winter commencement activities are taking place Saturday, and as has been the case the last couple years, they will take place at different locations.
Nobody was hurt, but a house in central Emporia was heavily damaged by fire Thursday afternoon.
The house fire at 1010 West was called in shortly after 2 pm. Fire Chief Jack Taylor says flames were plainly visible along the north wall when firefighters arrived.