Student arrested at Manhattan High School for violence threat

Arrest fuels discussion of gun violence.

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...

Manhattan residents comment on shooting outside Aggieville

The investigation remains ongoing.

Excessive heat warning in the Little Apple

Manhattan residents take precautions to beat the heat.

The Dusty Bookshelf announces potential closure

In the wake of construction, the future of The Dusty Bookshelf is unclear.

Three individuals arrested in connection to suspected fentanyl-related death

Individuals confined in Riley County Jail for distribution of a controlled substance causing death.
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BREAKING: Arrest made in Manhattan murder investigation

A six-month long investigation into 42-year-old woman’s murder leads to an arrest.

UPDATE: RCPD investigates several suspected fentanyl-related deaths around Manhattan 

Police search for dealers responsible for selling drugs that killed eight people.
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Two inmates found dead at Riley County Jail within two weeks

In two separate occasions in April, a man and woman died in custody at the Riley County Jail and no correlation is suspected.
Aggieville streets open

Aggieville streets fully open for the first time since 2018

All roads into Aggieville open as construction pauses.

Little Apple Pride celebrates with ‘Friends of Dorothy’ 

This year’s Little Apple Pride theme, “Friends of Dorothy,” celebrates the many colors of the LGBTQ+ rainbow.

Parking garages: A high-maintenance asset for Manhattan and Lawrence

Lawrence and Manhattan charge employees and residents to park in its parking garages because of high costs associated with maintaining the structures.

K-State physicists earn $90.8 million grant

K-State physicists awarded for their work with Arizona State University and laser physics.

Aggieville patrons debate the effectiveness of the new paid parking system 

Paid parking garage in effect for three months; helps cover maintenance and employee costs.

Ten years of Miss K-State 

Six previous title winners returned to McCain auditorium to judge the 2023 competition.

Kansas bans transgender athletes from women’s and girls’ sports

“Here’s what this bill would actually do: harm the mental health of our students,” Gov. Laura Kelly said of the transgender student athlete ban in her March message regarding the veto of House Bill 2238.
Manhattan residents speak at city commission meeting to advo cate for free parking in Aggieville. Despite their efforts the city will still charge for parking.

Foot traffic in Aggieville decreases, public relations campaign suggested as solution

Aggieville employees and business owners speak up again at city commission meeting as worries for Aggieville’s future continue
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Obituary: Lillyan Koehn

Lillyan Koehn, freshman in bakery science, dies at 19.