Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Channel 8: Man Shot near Aggieville

Early Sunday morning a man was shot just outside Aggieville.

Bill Snyder Family Stadium’s “sold out” games

Bill Snyder Family Stadium had another sold out game, but fans taking a look at the stands might think otherwise.

Channel 8: Changes to Greek Life at K-State cause concern

This summer, a new vision for the Division of Student Life was implemented, affecting the Greek community at K-State.

Channel 8: A number by number look at how COVID-19 is impacting Riley County

From latest case numbers in Riley County to planned changes to statewide testing procedures, here is a number by number look at COVID-19 in Riley County.

Channel 8: Tuttle Creek Lake sits almost 40 feet above average elevation

With elevated water levels on the Missouri River creating downstream flooding conditions, manmade lakes run by the U.S Army Corp of Engineers in the river basin are seeing flood channels nearing capacity.

Channel 8: Planning is underway to renovate Manhattan’s Aggieville District

Residents can expect to see big changes in Aggieville during the next few months and years.

Channel 8: Fort Riley post is open to the public

Fort Riley more than just barracks and army equipment.

Channel 8: Manhattan’s crime rate is causing concern.

A shooting near an apartment complex brings attention to Manhattan's crime rate.

Channel 8: Options for the homeless in Manhattan remain a challenge

Homelessness in Manhattan remains a prevalent issue as new cases of homeless youth, families, and elderly individuals continue to come in.

Channel 8: K-State Athletics is moving forward with $105 million project

Private donors are footing the bill for the new facilities that will benefit student athletes and football fans when complete.

Channel 8: Former K-State baseball player brings baseball year-round to Manhattan

Drew Biery played at Kansas State from 2005-2009, and during his time in Manhattan, he noticed that kids didn't have a place to hone in their baseball skills year round.

Channel 8: Kansas State University’s administration and faculty salary gap

Students at K-State may be unaware of how much money their professors are making and how much more the university's administration makes.

Channel 8: New liquor laws could change the way Kansans consume alcohol

Come April, new laws will be introduced for selling beer across the state.

Channel 8: Marching band prepares for Cactus Bowl

The Pride of Wildcat Land heads to the Cactus Bowl.

Channel 8: Sylvester Family Light

A pair of Wamego High School teachers have been putting on a lights display for the last 11 years that has become a Wamego family tradition.

K-State selects second African-American student ambassador

At the Homecoming football game, Darrell Reese Jr. was selected as one of the two student ambassadors for the 2018 school year.

Channel 8: Manhattan shoppers can soon expect an increase in prices at the Manhattan...

Improvements are in store for the Manhattan Town Center, but will the tax increase cause people to stop shopping at the mall

Channel 8: K-State women’s basketball team dismisses Eternati Willock

After continued violations of team rules and standards, Willock will no longer be on the roster for K-State's women's basketball team.

Channel 8: Manhattan High javelin thrower sets sights on Olympics

Sam Hankins, a junior javelin thrower at Manhattan High earned the top spot in the country after a record breaking throw.

Channel 8: Why some students are sitting out KSUnite

A growing number of students are deciding not to attend KSUnite.
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