News (11905)

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The United States Supreme Court has cleared states to allow sports betting after a ruling Monday in a New Jersey case.

Flint Hills Community Health Center Director Renee Hively says more resources are needed to combat diseases carried by ticks and mosquitoes.

A free training workshop being offered this week at Emporia State University could be life-changing and potentially could help save the life of someone in danger.

Local lawmakers didn't let a little weather stop them from holding their final dialogue of the Legislative session Monday hosted by the League of Women Voters and the Chamber of Commerce Government Matters Committee.

Clusters of strong to severe thunderstorms targeted the KVOE listening area for several hours Monday.

The Emporia-Lyon County Metropolitan Area Planning Commission has its monthly meeting Tuesday evening.

Overflow at the Salvation Army food pantry means good news for the people it serves -- and that likely will be the case when all the donations from Emporia's 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger are sorted.

Abate District 12 brought Motorcycle Awareness Month to Lyon County.

The last Legislative Dialogue of 2018 is coming Monday evening.

A panel of Kansas Court of Appeals judges has affirmed the judgment and sentence stemming from a Lyon County theft case.

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