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Kansas saw fewer farm bankruptcy filings over the past 12 months than it had from July 2018 to June 2019.

Emporia's ordinance mandating facial coverings or masks will go into effect Tuesday.

2019 saw total crime stats below the state's 10-year average, although the Kansas Bureau of Investigation says certain categories saw year-to-year increases.

Potential trial dates in the case of a multi-county chase involving local law enforcement will be set next month.

Most of the KVOE listening area has been placed in a heat advisory for Saturday afternoon and evening.

Lyon County Public Health has reported the 14th COVID-19 death in Lyon County. The patient was a 80 year old female. This was the 3rd death since last Friday.

The recent death of a noted sexual assault survivor and victim advocate has many local experts claiming that more work is needed to support those affected by an issue that has become too commonplace in society.

Cycling enthusiasts will be kicking up some dirt Sunday for the annual La Grind Gravel Bike Race.

Listed below are the primary election races KVOE News will be following Tuesday night.

Lyon County Clerk Tammy Vopat is pleased with how her staff rose to the challenge of handling a massive influx of mail-in ballots for the primary election this week.

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