Crew at K-State offering free ‘Learn to Row’ events

Crew at K-State lets you get into the water and learn the basics of rowing.

Officials explore new ways to keep Aggieville safe after recent shootings

The general consensus is these shootings were isolated events. However, there have been talks about taking different safety measures in light of the shootings.

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.

Call Hall serves up more than just ice cream, classes

The Call Hall Dairy Bar gives the public an opportunity to buy locally sourced goods while also helping students get hands-on experiences in processing these goods.

‘It’s not about me, it’s about us’: New men’s basketball head coach Jerome Tang...

New men's basketball head coach Jerome Tang said all the right things in his introductory press conference at K-State on Thursday.

Freezin’ for a Reason: $16,000 raised for Manhattan Special Olympics at this year’s Polar...

Hosted at Tuttle Creek State Park, Manhattan residents braved the cold waters and took the plunge, raising funds for Manhattan's Special Olympics.

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.

Monkey see, monkey do: Sunset Zoo’s Mangalisa the Colobus monkey regains eyesight

Mangalisa, a Colobus monkey at Sunset Zoo, regained eyesight with cataract surgery.

MHK All Day: The art behind Pandora Rolled Ice Cream

Mprll Lee, manager of one of Aggieville's hidden gems Pandora Rolled Ice Cream, took an MHK All Day reporter on a look behind the counter.

Channel 8:The Chisholm Trail comes alive with Cowboy Mike

The Chisholm Trail Exhibit in Hale Library comes to a close October 13.

Channel 8: Newscast for November 8, 2018

The Channel 8 News team brings you the stories from your community in and around Manhattan, Kansas.

Channel 8: Birthday in a Box helps disadvantaged children celebrate

Manhattan resident Lindsay Siebert sets out to make sure no child goes without a special treat on their birthday.

CH8: Renaissance in City Park

The Little Apple Renaissance Festival entertained and educated crowds.

Channel 8: Shortage of qualified nurses limits Via Christi’s capacity to conduct rape kits

Manhattan students and residents have a shortage of medical aid due to lack of employees

Channel 8: Wildcat Creek flooding aftermath continues to impact victims

The effects of the Labor Day flood are still being felt by businesses and K-State students, months later.

Channel 8: K-State attempts to solve low diversity enrollment numbers

K-State is still having trouble attracting a more racially diverse student body, but they are doing some events to try and fix issue.

CH8: RCPD uses advanced technology in the field

As technology advances in general, so does technology within the RCPD.

Channel 8: Marching band prepares for Cactus Bowl

The Pride of Wildcat Land heads to the Cactus Bowl.

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: News Broadcast from Feb. 28, 2019

The Channel 8 News team brings you the stories from your community in and around Manhattan, Kansas.