It's a bit like opening the package and finding twice the icing atop your CupCake.
The last thing people want on a hot summer day is news that electric service is being cut off. But scammers are making calls in the Emporia area threatening that.
USD 253 is set to consider a bid for the Maynard Building from Simmons Pet Food at its upcoming meeting Wednesday evening.
The late Olivia Newton-John sang in the movies about "summer days, drifting away." Right now, mid-summer in the Emporia area isn't as bad as it could be.
A man who dropped a cigarette wound up being struck by a train south of downtown Emporia.
USD 253 hosted a convocation for its educators at the William Lindsay White Civic Auditorium Monday morning, in preparation for the new school year.
A local author is donating the proceeds of her August book sales to the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
It could take two more weeks to determine who died in a head-on collision west of Eureka. The crash was that bad.
Governor Laura Kelly and CEO of Simmons Foods, Todd Simmons, came to the Emporia location of Simmons Pet Food to discuss the expansion of the Emporia and Edgerton locations, which are a part of a $500 million growth plan.
Three counts against a Chase County shooting suspect have been dismissed, while three others remain for an upcoming trial.
The Emporia State cross country teams will have two home competitions on a new course as part of their five-meet regular season schedule.
Recent Emporia High School graduate Brooks Sauder and rising senior Avary Eckert won the Men’s and Women’s Emporia City Golf Championships over the weekend.
Courtesy ESU Athletics
Emporia High School sophomore defensive end/offensive lineman Koby Le was invited to participate at a Football University (FBU) Top Gun summer football camp in Naples, Fla. in early July.
The Emporia State athletic department is getting ready for its annual auction event on Aug. 12. But things will be a little different this year.