The investigation remains ongoing.
Manhattan residents take precautions to beat the heat.
Student Organizations can establish a connection with K-State to seek guidance and access university resources.
In the wake of construction, the future of The Dusty Bookshelf is unclear.
Details of the shooting are still developing.
Linton said the cancer is “treatable and curable,” but will be in Kansas City for the first few months of the semester undergoing daily treatments.
The plan would have canceled up to $20,000 for borrowers and cost $400 billion.
The Supreme Court ruled against the admission practices of Harvard and the University of North Carolina.
Four individuals from Manhattan were arrested on Riley County District Court warrants.
Individuals confined in Riley County Jail for distribution of a controlled substance causing death.
A six-month long investigation into 42-year-old woman’s murder leads to an arrest.
Police search for dealers responsible for selling drugs that killed eight people.
The Catbacker Tour begins its second week of visiting cities in Kansas.
Culbertson served first day as dean on Sunday after 11 years of work in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Kansas Senate passes bill barring transgender people from using the restroom of their choice.
In two separate occasions in April, a man and woman died in custody at the Riley County Jail and no correlation is suspected.
Students express concern about condition of Kedzie Hall.
All roads into Aggieville open as construction pauses.
This year’s Little Apple Pride theme, “Friends of Dorothy,” celebrates the many colors of the LGBTQ+ rainbow.
Lawrence and Manhattan charge employees and residents to park in its parking garages because of high costs associated with maintaining the structures.