Vice president for research announces her resignation and more in this morning's news briefs.

Construction for one of Manhattan Town Center’s most awaited tenants, Carmike Cinemas’ IMAX movie theatre, is to begin this winter.

Divers find the body of a drowned man in Perry Lake, human remains found near Kansas River and a bullet was fired through a Manhattan convenience store.

Early morning risers wrap up K-State's Week of Welcome with 5K race.

As the Week of Welcome activities wind down, things heat up in Bosco Plaza with an activities fair and fire juggling.

How a wet summer relieved a region of drought, but also caused a few problems.

City records indicate a nearly $860,000 cost of historic road overhaul.

Law enforcement is looking for a man in connection with a robbery of a Sunflower Bank Wednesday morning.

Students volunteer to be hypnotized at UPC event

Purple PAWS and K-State Counseling Services teamed up to destress students Wednesday.

The Kansas Federation of College Republicans announced its unanimous call for a resolution to repeal Kansas’ death penalty law on Thursday, despite the generally conservative party’s traditional view on the issue.

There is an imbalance between administration and students' opinions about "Think About It," a service that provides sexual violence awareness and drug use information.

Red State Blues Band played over the lunch hour as part of the Week of Welcome.

A Manhattan man was robbed in Aggieville over the weekend and more.

Groundbreaking ceremonies for the renovations of the Union and Seaton Hall to happen the second week of class.

CES will host two events as a part of Week of Welcome.

Forty public school systems request funding after Brownback's budget cuts.

Inspection reports from Sonic, Bi Bim Bap and more.

Kansas Democrat chairman resigned before the Democratic convention.

Student's project helps save money for both the College of Veterinary Medicine and patients.