The Metropolitan Area Planning Commission breezed through their two applications Tuesday, approving both.
A slight chance of showers and storms materialized with strong thunderstorm activity across portions of Greenwood County.
Emporia State University has named an interim dean for the School of Business, and it's somebody with a long track record of work for the university.
The woman who allegedly drove into floodwaters and got stuck Monday, triggering a water rescue effort, has been charged with several traffic offenses.
Camp Alexander is getting ready for its summer camp schedule, and leadership got some good news about the future just in time for the initial week of camp next week.
The Emporia Public Library is just about ready for one of its summer staples.
A Topeka-based bank is selling its two Emporia locations to a Chanute-based bank.
The Flint Hills Community Health Center Board of Directors met Tuesday, and got an update on the Eureka dental clinic project.