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A white Pontiac sedan caught fire in the parking garage Thursday

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According to a study released by the FBI last September, active shooter incidents in the United States are on the rise.

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The Wildcats rallied in the 111th edition of the Sunflower Showdown Wednesday in Lawrence.

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K-State women faculty and students connect over how advertising has changed.

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K-State student tells of a time of segregation and political reform in her home country.

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Community members say Manhattan needs 'bike ed'

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The K-State women's basketball team travels to Lawrence to take on its in-state rival for the second time this season

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Students have options for places to go, even if it's too expensive to buy a plane ticket

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Athletics Director John Currie, Bruce Weber and Bill Self weigh in on Monday's postgame incident at Bramlage Coliseum.

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[K-State men's basketball earns a gutsy win at home against its in-state rival for the second-straight season]

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Child abuse prevails in Manhattan but Bikers Against Child Abuse aim to reduce numbers

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Are extreme diets helpful or harmful?

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Manhattan hosts the the 11th annual drag show

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Large crowds gather in Weber Arena to watch 59th annual K-State Rodeo

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After a sluggish start to the offense in Florida, the K-State baseball team found their hitting in the final three games in Arizona

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The Wildcats and Jayhawks are on opposite ends of the spectrum heading into a Big Monday matchup in the penultimate week of the Big 12 regular season

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K-State's lackluster performance in the Lone Star State continues.

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4 Olives owner and chef, Scott Benjamin, focuses on local ingredients and his passion for wine

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Ebony Theatre play sheds light on struggles African-American actresses face

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The men's basketball team hopes to return to .500 this season with a season sweep of Baylor on Saturday