Fairmont Dog Park temporarily closed after possible canine parvovirus exposure

Canine parvovirus is a highly-contagious virus that poses a threat to all dogs.

K-State addresses $12 million of deferred maintenance projects

Upgrades to buildings and facilities to improve learning environments for students.

Arrest made after fire threatens structure in Manhattan

Crew extinguished fire after it damaged a camper and utility trailer.

Aggieville business owners advocate against losing small businesses

Small businesses push back against construction on 12th and Laramie.

Nearly $700 worth of alcohol stolen from The Fridge Wholesale Liquor

Riley County Police search for the identities of the five suspects caught on video.

Manhattan Avenue project to improve commuting for Manhattan residents

The City of Manhattan began construction of the Manhattan Avenue project this week to bring safer and more efficient crosswalk systems to Manhattan roads,...

K-State students celebrate a month of Hispanic and Latino history, culture and influence

Hispanic and Latino students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at K-State.

Wildfires in Canada cause poor air quality in Manhattan

How dangerous air quality affects Manhattan residents.

K-State receives over $1.2 million in grants for animal vaccine development

K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine to use funding toward vaccine development research to protect against animal viruses.

K-State administration launches Next-Gen K-State

New improvement plan announced to create more opportunities for students.

Geology faculty to partner with Kansas Department of Transportation

K-State and KU receive funding from KDOT in a joint proposal.

Restructuring studio culture: The college of architecture looks to build healthier habits

The new dean of architecture looks to address the toxic traditions of the program.

Student arrested at Manhattan High School for violence threat

Arrest fuels discussion of gun violence.

Eric Meyer of the Marion County Record visits K-State

Following the raid on his newspaper, Eric Meyer came to speak to K-State students about the importance of the free press.

Secretary Wormuth and Sen. Moran discuss plans to improve living conditions for Fort Riley...

Fifteen-year improvement plan in progress at Fort Riley.

Gordo’s in Aggieville closes permanently

Gordo’s, a Mexican restaurant in Aggieville, permanently closed Saturday because of “many factors,” including the “cost of operating,” according to a post on its...

Riley County Police Department campaigns to end drunk driving

‘You drink. You drive. You lose.’ aims to demonstrate the dangers of driving impaired.

Walmart evacuated Tuesday after filling with smoke

Fire department was called, though no flames were reported.  

Chase Bank donates to local nonprofits at Aggieville opening ceremony

The Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills, one of the donation recipients, will use the money toward its Black & Bankable event in September.