News briefs for Jan. 26

Headlines for today include two snow plow related deaths in Manhattan and a bill regarding meat substitutes in the Kansas Statehouse.

News Briefs: Dec. 10

Impeachment, trade and an unexpected comet are in the news today.

Fake Patty’s Day pushed back due to Sunflower Showdown conflict

Traditionally, Fake Patty's is the Saturday before spring break.

News Briefs: Dec. 3

Politics dominate today's headlines.

News Briefs: Dec. 1

Today's headlines include an upcoming decision on a new recreation center in Manhattan, a shooting in Kansas City and plane crash in South Dakota.

News Briefs: Nov. 17

Today's headlines include recent reports of China forcing Muslim minorities into internment camps, an upcoming meteor shower and a new German law requiring school-aged children to receive a measles vaccine.

News Briefs: Nov. 10

Today's headlines include reports of a shooting in Manhattan, another presidential candidate, a shooting at a Kansas City nightclub and a local charitable organization looking for a building.

News Briefs: Nov. 3

A Manhattan shooting, federal decision on immigration and incarceration rates in Oklahoma were in the news this weekend.

News Briefs: Oct. 31

The only spooky things in the news today are environmental disasters.

Hale learning commons to be open 24/5, floor secured from rest of building

Hale Library's Dave and Ellie Everitt Learning Commons will begin 24/5 hours on Nov. 3.

News Briefs: 10/28

Today's headlines include the death of an Islamic State leader, a frigid Halloween forecast and an intention home fire in Topeka.

Big changes to the Little Apple: Citizens respond to Aggieville development plans

A public meeting at City Park introduced Manhattan citizens to potential designs for the renovation of Aggieville.

News Briefs: Oct. 20

President Trump, protests in Hong Kong and Chick-fil-A are in the news this weekend.

News Briefs: Oct. 6

Today's headlines include a shooting in Kansas City, Kansas, immigration law and an abortion case to be heard by the Supreme Court.

Voting increased at K-State in 2018 midterms

The voting rate or registered students increase from 23.8 percent in 2014 to 47.3 percent in 2018.

News Briefs: Sept. 29

Today's headlines include a runner killed by lightning in southeast Kansas, more protests in Hong Kong and Democrats gearing up for an impeachment inquiry.

Power restored after outage impacted multiple campus buildings, shut down part of Denison Avenue

A power outage on Friday morning affected a large part of the north side of campus.

News Briefs: Sept. 24

Today's headlines include the United Nations Climate Summit, a Title VII Supreme Court case and the Fort Riley soldier who shared instructions on how to make a bomb online.

Electrical issue triggers fire alarm in Trotter Hall

Trotter Hall was evacuated while responders cleared smoke from the building's basement.

University appoints College of Veterinary Medicine dean, interim dean for College of Engineering

Kansas State University announced two appointments Friday morning.