Colbert Hills celebrated its 18th anniversary on May 1.
The Channel 8 News team brings you the stories from your community in and around Manhattan, Kansas.
The effects of the Labor Day flood are still being felt by businesses and K-State students, months later.
Sam Hankins, a junior javelin thrower at Manhattan High earned the top spot in the country after a record breaking throw.
Before Pat Bosco retires, he sat down to talk about some of his favorite memories at K-State and his plans after moving on.
Fort Riley more than just barracks and army equipment.
The semi-annual Fort Riley Yard Sale took place on October 5th and brought the community to "The Big Red One."
28% of Riley county's registered voters came to the polls on election day to vote for new commissioners, school board members, and answer two questions about the Kansas census and a tax increase.
Throughout Manhattan, music can be found daily if you lend an ear. Whether this at house shows, concert series in Aggieville or the local radio station.
This summer, a new vision for the Division of Student Life was implemented, affecting the Greek community at K-State.
The Channel 8 News team brings you the stories from your community, in and around Manhattan, Kansas.
Members of the Manhattan community got their chance to show their stuff for judges and the crowd.
Students and community members get a look at the farmer's market on the K-State campus.
Enrollment is down at K-State, yet up at Manhattan Area Technical College by 12 percent.
A successful chocolatier from Tulsa, Oklahoma returned home and close to her alma mater to share her delicious treats and love for chocolate with others.
After recent tragedies in the U.S., Riley County officer Lt. Shuck explains what precautions the police department takes to keep Manhattan safe.
Early Sunday morning a man was shot just outside Aggieville.
Conversations on Race Reconciliation at St. Thomas More discussed racial relations in Manhattan and solutions to the issues.
K-State's emergency alert system helps keep students and staff on K-State's campus safe.
K-State cancelled afternoon classes on Tuesday, Nov. 14 to hold a unity rally at Anderson Hall.