Slurry seal work in Emporia is nearing the end, but there are still a lot of projects taking place Monday.
Sunday's steamy afternoon brought folks to the historic Howe House farmstead for a little vintage baseball and an ice cream social.
After being included in an education funding bill and passed earlier this year, new licensure requirements for teachers in Kansas have come under scrutiny this summer.
A Waverly semi driver avoided a cyclist near Lawrence on Saturday, but the maneuver led to him being injured and hospitalized.
Waverly's annual Ohio Days celebration is ramping up as we get into the upcoming work week.
Olpe Downhome celebrated 12 years of activities -- and improvements to Jones Park -- with the annual three-day celebration this weekend.
Cleanup, and the assessment process, both continue at Sterling House after the devastating Fourth of July fire.
Administrators of rural fire departments are a bit wary of the future, but they are exhaling after the Environmental Protection Agency restored a program allowing the transfer of surplus military equipment for firefighters and law enforcement after a short halt.