MHK All Day: How the trade war with China challenges Kansas farmers

Local farmers feel the financial strain of the trade war with China.

Channel 8: What you don’t know about your social media

An in-depth look on social media awareness.

Channel 8: News Broadcast September 28, 2017

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

Channel 8: Manhattan Town Center increases sales tax for renovations

Shoppers will have to pay more when shopping at Manhattan Town Center.

Channel 8: The first man in line on Record Store Day

Every April, Record Store Day is held. This year we got to learn more about the first person in line.

Channel 8: Business and stress levels rise for pumpkin patch owners during Halloween

Owners of pumpkin patches not only experience a lot of stress during Halloween, but also have increased business.

Channel 8: Foreign tennis players adjust to life in United States

It's not easy to pack everything up and begin a new life in a new country. This is the reality for some of the K-State tennis players.

Channel 8: Community comes together for Polar Plunge

Special Olympics Kansas hosted the Manhattan Polar Plunge to support people with intellectual disabilities.

Channel 8: With much to report, Xavier Sneed shines on the court

After the first two games of exhibition play, senior forward Xavier Sneed is turning heads as a leader for the Wildcats.

Channel 8: Free speech activist visits K-State

Free speech activist Mary Beth Tinker still preaches the merits of the First Amendment years after her history Supreme Court win.

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.

MHK All Day: Stone Cold Foxes Roller Derby endure brutal injuries, but find community

MHK All Day reporter Anna Christianson caught up with the Stone Cold Foxes Roller Derby .

Channel 8: Manhattan Farmers’ Market vendors prepare for the 40th annual Summer Market

Britt's Garden Acres, A&H Farms and various other farmers are beginning to plant produce in their greenhouses to then sell at the summer market.

Simple precautions can keep you safe off campus

Many students in Manhattan are concerned about their safety following a recent increase in break-ins.

Channel 8: Black Student Union shows support at the KSUnite walk on Tuesday

Members of the Black Student Union came out to show their support in hopes of creating a more inclusive environment at Kansas State during the KSUnite event.

Channel 8: K-States Provost Discusses KSUnite Rally

Provost April Mason gives her reactions to the unity rally and addresses students' concerns.

Channel 8: Volleyball is getting more popular with Manhattan-area boys

The Parks and Rec Department offers youth sports for local kids of all abilities.

Channel 8: Manhattan implements a new bicycle & pedestrian systems plan

The city of Manhattan has created a new Bicycle & Pedestrian Systems Plan which establishes a new vision to improve the previous Bicycle Master Plan adopted in 1998.

Channel 8: What does K-State’s SGA do?

Recent elections for the coming academic year have students wondering what their Student Governing Association does.

Channel 8: State lawmakers uncertain on future with Gov. Colyer

On the heels of Sam Brownback's departure, Gov. Colyer promises to keep Kansas headed in the right direction and prevent closure of Kansas schools.