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Members of the community in Manhattan experience and celebrate Ramadan with Muslims for a day.

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A local celebration marked the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same sex marriage across the country.

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In an open letter, President Kirk Schulz talks about the worst day of his presidency.

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Live and dead flies found at McDonald's, moldy food found at Coco Bolos and salmon filets found thawing for more than 24 hours discovered at Hibachi Hut.

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Flint Hills Regional Council holds celebration to commemorate five years.

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Recent rain spells affect agriculture and Manhattan citizens.

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During the month of Ramadan, the Islamic Center of Manhattan offers local Muslims a place to celebrate the religious observance together.

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K-State will increase tuition by 3.6 percent and student privilege fees by 2.6 percent starting in the fall.

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After receiving a 2 percent raise from the Kansas Board of Regents, President Kirk Schulz announced he would donate it to a K-State awards program.

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A tuition increase of 3.6 percent was proposed to the Board of Regents Wednesday.

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The Boys and Girls Club of Manhattan held a duck race – or rather, a duck pluck – amidst rainy weather.

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The national festival brought together amateur bakers for an all day trade show and baking competition.

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Horoscopes for the week of June 17

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A fire caused by lightning caused about $100,000 in damage to a Manhattan home Sunday afternoon.

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No safety violations of the city's water supply were found in 2014.

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Slightly sarcastic horoscopes with you friendly campus medium, Madam LoCoco.

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The failure of Kansas' legislators to pass a budget could have resulted in a massive furlough of state employees, including those at K-State.

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Part of Fort Riley Boulevard was shut down Friday morning as federal agencies arrested a suspect.

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Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson pays the K-State campus a visit, denies questions from reporters.

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May is Bike Month for Manhattan and Manhattan plans to make the city more bike-friendly

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