The Royal Towers Apartments are condemned, leaving many tenants searching for alternative housing.
Developer remains optimistic despite financial setback in Aggieville building construction.
High fire danger is a combination of weather conditions. Residents need to be attentive this season to keep Riley County safe.
The Culture of Respect Collective, a two-year effort to reduce sexual violence on campus is underway, but a 2021 sexual assault climate survey revealed that students were unaware of available resources and lack confidence in K-State's capacity to hold perpetrators of sexual assault responsible.
Student-led talent show promoted inclusion onstage and brought people of all abilities together.
K-State Rodeo Club hosted rodeo teams from across the Midwest to compete in Weber Arena
Treshaun Ward, transfer running back from Florida State, has a chance to take over for Vaughn.
The community is advised to stay away until further notice.
Fellows from Africa will arrive at K-State in June to learn and connect with the Manhattan community.
City commission meeting gives students, employees, customers and business owners a chance to advocate for Aggieville small businesses.
K-State students gains more opportunities to foster the arts with the future renovations to Wareham Opera House.
The new band hall commemorates director Frank Tracz and the K-State marching band’s years of hard work.
The Student Governing Association plays a big part in students’ lives. The upcoming election provides the opportunity to take up roles in it.
Manhattan Locals fight back against parking charges in Aggieville by creating a petition and voicing their concerns
Public Hall’s owners ‘grew when they shouldn’t have grown’.
Aggieville construction continues to create a new look for the Manhattan District.
Sunset Zoo is building a new exhibit called Expedition Asia, which will house three endangered species: Amur leopards, Malayan tigers and sloth bears.
The statewide program promotes building healthy lifestyle habits through physical activity, fruit and vegetable consumption and teamwork.
This year marks the third year Manhattan will participate in the City Nature Challenge.
Commissioners cited low positivity rates and a push from people living outside of Manhattan for the repeal.