Relief in sight, but after heat advisory is extended through Saturday

There is good news in the weather forecast -- just not now.

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Candidates gather for Government Matters Committee Meet-and-Greet

Primary election season continued Tuesday night as the Chamber and Visitors Bureau Government Matters Committee held a Meet and Greet session involving candidates for state legislative positions.

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Democrats vying for House 76th District seat featured on Candidate Forum

With the 2016 primary two weeks away, KVOE listeners got an in-depth listen to the two Democrats running for the House 76th District seat.

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First Emporia Showcase highlights EHS principal, work to align with KansasCan state plan

KVOE is helping to highlight -- showcase, if you will -- the good things happening in the Emporia School District.

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Osage County confirms fatality near Quenemo was train-related

A name has been released, but the investigation continues into what is now confirmed as a fatal train incident in Osage County early Monday.

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Latest string of national violence against law enforcement comes as EPD plans National Night Out

On Monday, Emporia Police issued a statement urging community members to step forward and ask questions of officers about policing policy following the fatal shooting of officers in Louisiana and, unfortunately, preceding the second fatal shooting of an officer in Kansas City, Kan., this year.

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Antes announces retirement as Community Foundation director

Following Tuesday's Newsmaker segment on KVOE, which was dedicated to a Match Day update, it was announced current Emporia Community Foundation director Shirley Antes is retiring next summer after over three years on the job.

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Facilities upgrades will benefit from Rec Commission levy increase

Local baseball fields, football gridirons and other youth recreational arenas will start to see upgrades once next fall and spring come around.

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