Kansas House moves to stop late night sessions, bill bundling, Kansas measure would boost penalties for burglaries, marijuana issue to feature on April ballot in Wichita, Pat Roberts introduces bill to protect rural hospitals
Student's project helps save money for both the College of Veterinary Medicine and patients.
Former Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail, faces hunting charges after illegally killing a bear in Alaska accidentally.
K-State observing Banned Books Week, Kansas Department of Agriculture opens new building in Manhattan, K-State coach going to U.S. Military Academy, unemployment dropping in Manhattan
Plea entered in Junction City shooting, man injured in accidental shooting, man arrested under multiple allegations, Junction City home investigated for explosives
Gift for the geography department, Manhattan sign ordinance revisions, and historic documents on display in Atchison
The Army announced leadership changes at Fort Riley on Monday.
Two internal skimmers were found at two different gas stations in Manhattan on March 9 and 10.
The rally aims to "respond to recent attacks on civil liberties."
RCPD investigates rape at college house party, Francis Gary Powers Jr. to present book lecture at K-State Alumni Center, APDesign students win third place in regional competition.
RCPD cautions against phone scammers; K-State student hospitalized after car crash; K-State provost is finalist for UNL chancellor position
The Riley County Health Department announced a phased reopening plan to go in effect at 12:01 a.m. May 4.
Riley County Police responded to the report of a Manhattan woman who claimed a juvenile tried to break into her vehicle Thursday afternoon. The...
K-State Olathe present open forums for associate dean of academic affairs, executive education, USD 383 uses Break KITE Day to test computer systems, Kansas Department of Corrections releases annual report for 2014, Nominations for Lecture on Excellence in Scholarship being accepted
A brief look at Manhattan's headlines from the last month.
American hostage released, KSU professor wins Emmy, Ice Bucket Challenge promotes ALS fundraising, snake species may lose 'threatened' status
Health Insurance, and two false alarms for Ebola in Topeka
Governor booed at basketball tournament game, K-State offering free electronics recycling and Westar Energy giving $38 million in rebates to customers
City announces registration for summer children's activities, campsThe Manhattan Department of Parks and Recreation has announced a number of activities and camps for area...
An arrest in Aggieville, a couple is kept from joining the gay-marriage lawsuit and a man dies in a Wichita fire