Prohibiting abortion could cause more harm than good

I strongly believe that the traditional dichotomy of anti-abortion versus pro-abortion rights is much more complicated than people make it out to be. I...

Red Ribbon Weekend raises money, awareness for HIV/AIDS charity

As Kevin Stilley, secretary treasurer of the Junction City Teddy Bears, told the members of the audience at the 7th annual Red Ribbon Revue...

MySpace users facing potential legal problems

MySpace.com users' freedom of speech could be under attack. There has been an increase in court cases dealing with blog postings on MySpace. Most of...

AIB responds to accusations of potential link to salmonella outbreak

The American Institute of Baking, a Manhattan-based company, is a well-known corporation in the food industry, specializing in food safety and research. However, a...

‘Dead Week’ consistently an issue for students preparing for finals

As the semester comes to an end, finals week is on the minds of many students. People toss around the words "Dead Week," which...

Curly hair causes headaches

All the people who told me they would die for my hair when I was younger obviously never had to deal with it on...

Prof: People enjoy feel-good themes of popular holiday movies

While it's predicted the temperature will be shy of 60 degrees Fahrenheit today, the cold holiday break weather is inevitably around the corner. And although...

Summer trip to Mexico a learning experience for leadership students

This summer, three students decided to take time out of their break to teach English classes to children in Mexico as part of the...

Minorities in business, accounting experiencing rising success despite challenges

Yang Hu, senior in accounting, came to the U.S. in 2009 from China to pursue an undergraduate degree in the "land of opportunity." Studying...

Save money on bills by minimizing 5 off-campus living expenses

Like the majority of freshmen at K-State, my first year in college was spent in a dorm. The dorm life definitely had its perks...

Former professor made Manhattan’s partnership with Czech city possible

When Manhattan's City Commision decided to develop a cultural relationship with a city outside of America, the Partner City Committee was unsure where to...

Junction City haunted house features Face Off competitor

Zombie Toxin Haunted House prepares for the busiest Halloween yet due to a staff member's newly accredited fame

K-State stars show off their dance moves

[Stars shined bright on the McCain auditorium stage as they danced the night away in the seventh annual K-State Dancing with the Stars.]

Wood floor stain led to Dusty Bookshelf fire

Highly flammable floor stain applied during remodeling created conditions for bookstore fire, the business's owner said.

Annual Riley County Fair begins Thursday

A preview of what to expect at this year's Riley County Fair, kicking off July 27.

UPDATE: Manhattan resident’s car vandalized with racial slurs and threats, latest in string of...

A car was found covered in racial threats and slurs Wednesday morning at Prime Place Apartments on Claflin Rd. in Manhattan.

A crowd of 2,000 gather for another round of peaceful protests in Manhattan

A crowd of 2,000 people gathered in Triangle Park tonight for the second "Black Lives Matter" movement.

COVID-19 recoveries surpass active case numbers for the first time in ‘a long time,’...

For the first time in "a long time," COVID-19 recoveries outpace active cases in Riley County, local health officer Julie Gibbs said. There are 181 people considered recovered and 141 current cases.

Graduate students assist with COVID-19 containment efforts, gain real-world experience

The student organization consists of members from the College of Veterinary Medicine and master's of public health program.

Fang plans to use her youth, ‘inexperience’ to her advantage if elected to county...

Fanny Fang is running for the district two seat on the Riley County Commission.