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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is ordering a review of the state's AMBER Alert system after cell phone text alerts did not go out during an alert situation early Tuesday.

Following a now two-year spike of crimes against law enforcement officers nationally, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is asking lawmakers to introduce a bill to increase criminal penalties when cases like these arise.

Emporia State University did not violate the Kansas Open Meetings Act when its Emergency Notification Team (ENT) met March 17 after an off-campus homicide eight days prior.

Heat and humidity will keep baking the area this weekend.

Frigid temperatures have put a lot more pressure on water pipes and a lot more service calls to area plumbers.

As expected, the KVOE listening area picked up light snow from the latest storm system moving across Kansas.

Cleanup continues along the East Coast after Hurricane Matthew battered Florida and the Carolinas last week.

'Tis the season for storms, and area residents went to Waters True Value for a special deal on weather radios to help keep themselves safe for the upcoming severe weather season.

Scams start popping up around the holidays, and in Osage County there is a twist on an now-standard practice.

Seventy-five slots for the Emporia Main Street veterans banner project didn't last long Friday.