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So far, so good as the prescribed fire season continues at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.

There is now a third COVID-19 vaccine approved by the federal government, and it could be available soon.

Thick fog awaits across the KVOE listening area Saturday morning.

Health officials are glad recent coronavirus numbers are slowing down, but -- and there always seems to be a but with the disease -- they are worried about the impact of new variants that are becoming more prevalent.

For the first time in several months, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has adjusted its travel quarantine list.

Two area counties announced new COVID-19 data sets Friday.

An Emporia woman accused of having stolen guns, a stolen vehicle and illegal drugs in her possession over a month ago will be back in court Monday.

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic -- and the longstanding financial impact it has had on many people -- has prompted Evergy to extend its moratorium on service disconnections.

It will be Monday at the earliest before traffic returns to normal on Kansas Highway 99 north of Emporia.

A head-on crash in Marion County on Friday resulted in the deaths of three people, including two from Emporia, and several dogs.

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