Adopt for right the reasons, not overpopulation fix

Our world is currently full of problems that some of the brightest minds on earth have yet to solve. In situations like those, the...

Demolition training at Fort Riley expected to create ‘significant noise’

"Training could yield significant noise from tank, artillery and mortar certification fire, and explosions due to demolition training."

Fort Riley demolition training as told by Twitter

Fort Riley is currently in a Noise and Training Advisory as they complete demolition training, which is expected to create "significant noise" during all hours of the day. The "significant noise" created an uproar on Twitter.

K-State student in critical condition after hit-and-run accident

The family is offering a $10,000 cash reward for anyone who has information that leads to identifying the person responsible for the hit-and-run injury accident.

BREAKING: Community spread now suspected in Riley County

With 13 positive cases now reported in Riley County, the health department suspects community spread.

Aggieville Business Association will no longer organize, promote Fake Patty’s Day

The evolution of Fake Patty's Day started in 2007 when Kansas State students were unable to celebrate Manhattan's St. Patrick's Day race and parade because of spring break.

Sex, booze, KSU: The party and hookup scene in the Little Apple

Recent interviews of students at KU show what is portrayed to be a very loud party scene. K-State students seem to think theirs is slightly different.

Rango features unique animation techniques

Johnny Depp summarized the process that went into creating the animated film "Rango" by saying, "Talk about two grown, middle-aged men talking about the...

Building of The Dusty Bookshelf ‘a total loss’

According to a release by the Manhattan Fire Department, the building was no longer under the name of The Dusty Bookshelf.

RCPD footage sheds new light on Aggieville discrimination controversy

Despite claims to the contrary, Kite's Grille and Bar wants to make it clear that "everyone is welcome."

Health department orders O’Malley’s to close due to multiple ordinance violations

O'Malley's received the order due to violations of Local Health Order 18 which states "all individuals present within the city limits of Manhattan must comply with the local mask ordinance."

To vape or not to vape, that is the question

[The health risks of electronic cigarettes are examined in a two-part story]

Kansas is on the brink of collapse … but what about K-State?

The failure of Kansas' legislators to pass a budget could have resulted in a massive furlough of state employees, including those at K-State.

New Board of Regents members confirmed, all are former Brownback donors

The three new members include local Manhattan resident Dennis Mullen.

New ammunition technology, R.I.P. bullet

New hollow point bullet could change ammo industry

K-State Fan Appreciation Day held soon

K-State football announces Fan Appreciation Day and two Volleycats were named to the preseason All-Big 12 list.

Raising minimum wage would motivate people to work better

A minimum wage increase to $10.10 in Kansas is a more livable salary.

Driver charged with murder

A 24-year-old man was arrested on charges of second-degree murder Wednesday after a K-State student died in a car accident in Russell, Kan., according...

K-STATE SHOCKS NO. 4 TEXAS

K-State erased any doubt that it would be going to a bowl game by shocking No. 4 Texas 45-42 Saturday night at Snyder Family...

5 ways to stay competitive in the global job market

In an increasingly competitive global job market, students will likely find it harder and harder to secure their dream jobs. Competitors from places like...