Area school districts are fully back in class as of Friday.
An unpopular vehicle registration fee implemented last summer is going away.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced plans to sink over $1 billion into road and bridge construction projects across the state the next two years.
Preparations are all laid out for the first KVOE Fire Hose Challenge to benefit ALS bright and early Friday morning.
Following the grand opening of Shoe Sensation in the Flinthills Mall, another new business will be opening their doors soon.
Heat and humidity have settled across the listening area, and it doesn't appear the heat will break until the middle of next week.
Emporia Habitat for Humanity board member Jim Kessler is facing a dilemma: they need a homeowner for this year's house, which was scheduled to be built earlier this summer.
The Flint Hills Regional Council is coming to Emporia for a day-long retreat Friday.