Emporia's slurry seal project is set to end Tuesday with a host of projects.
A Quenemo man has pleaded guilty to bank robbery in Franklin County.
New agriculture trucking regulations are in effect, and K-State Research and Extension-Lyon County and the Lyon County Farm Bureau Association are hosting a special meeting on the topic Tuesday night.
The welding program at Flint Hills Technical College is setting the stage for a major expansion.
Two Emporians are dead and one seriously injured after a rollover crash in Texas Friday.
The city of Burlington's new police headquarters project is underway, and police chief Doug Jones jokes that, for now, he's working in a hole in the ground.
A Monday afternoon crash totaled both vehicles involved, but none of the passengers were transported to the hospital.
State lawmakers got some unexpected good news late last week.
Ending cash balances for fiscal 2014, which ended June 30, were over $480 million -- over $100 million more than expected.