The K-State Economic Club’s SPI gives a localized analysis of how K-State students are impacted by inflation, like price changes of pizza, beer, and housing on- and off-campus.
The K-State Police Department upgraded to the Next Generation 911 system, allowing dispatchers to get more information from 911 calls.
Hawaiian Bros looking to renovate abandoned Panera at 325 E. Poyntz Ave.
Bernice Farmer, 76, awaits trial for attempted second-degree murder.
Events this month aim to bring awareness and support to victims of domestic violence.
Gardens held groundbreaking for new reflecting pool, construction beginning soon.
Entrepreneurship club aims to connect Kansas State students to real-world networking opportunities.
Current student ambassadors celebrate their journey while preparing to pass the torch to new candidates.
Plans to carry out the Aggieville Community Vision Project are in full effect.
Students in veterinary medicine recently began an 18-month journey training two KSDS puppies to be service dogs.
Powercat Financial seeks to provide financial education to students by providing flexible classes with scholarships.
No changes are set to occur in Kansas regarding possession charges after Biden’s recent pardon.
The event aims to promote Kansas City life to college students and present job openings and internships for students and recent graduates.
Holland held the meet-up at the Manhattan Public Library and talked about reproductive rights, Kansas’ economy and more.
La Fiesta owners settle payment agreement with the Kansas Department of Revenue after the business’ seizure.
Hale Library fostered community fun and spread disability awareness through an Accessible Game Day.
After a moped crash on Sept. 19, car accidents in Manhattan total 21.
Highlights from September philanthropy events include the Pike Fireman Challenge and the Sigma Kappa mud bowl.
The resurgence of war in Ukraine early this year left many suspecting the Russian military would undoubtedly dominate the country, leaving the world in awe at the surprising turn of events in recent weeks.
Connected ‘Cats, a new student group, and the Office of President Linton are using student experiences to connect K-State to Kansas communities.