Eric Meyer of the Marion County Record visits K-State

Following the raid on his newspaper, Eric Meyer came to speak to K-State students about the importance of the free press.

Secretary Wormuth and Sen. Moran discuss plans to improve living conditions for Fort Riley...

Fifteen-year improvement plan in progress at Fort Riley.

Gordo’s in Aggieville closes permanently

Gordo’s, a Mexican restaurant in Aggieville, permanently closed Saturday because of “many factors,” including the “cost of operating,” according to a post on its...

Riley County Police Department campaigns to end drunk driving

‘You drink. You drive. You lose.’ aims to demonstrate the dangers of driving impaired.

Walmart evacuated Tuesday after filling with smoke

Fire department was called, though no flames were reported.  

Chase Bank donates to local nonprofits at Aggieville opening ceremony

The Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills, one of the donation recipients, will use the money toward its Black & Bankable event in September.

Manhattan residents comment on shooting outside Aggieville

The investigation remains ongoing.

Excessive heat warning in the Little Apple

Manhattan residents take precautions to beat the heat.

K-State reaffiliates with student organizations to foster better relationships  

Student Organizations can establish a connection with K-State to seek guidance and access university resources.

The Dusty Bookshelf announces potential closure

In the wake of construction, the future of The Dusty Bookshelf is unclear.

Woman hospitalized after shooting outside Aggieville

Details of the shooting are still developing.

BREAKING: President Linton diagnosed with throat and tongue cancer, community event

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.

SCOTUS strikes down Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan

The plan would have canceled up to $20,000 for borrowers and cost $400 billion.

Supreme Court ends affirmative action in colleges

The Supreme Court ruled against the admission practices of Harvard and the University of North Carolina.

Four more arrests made in fentanyl overdose cases

Four individuals from Manhattan were arrested on Riley County District Court warrants.

Three individuals arrested in connection to suspected fentanyl-related death

Individuals confined in Riley County Jail for distribution of a controlled substance causing death.
(Archive photo by Rachel Kamm | Collegian Media Group)

BREAKING: Arrest made in Manhattan murder investigation

A six-month long investigation into 42-year-old woman’s murder leads to an arrest.

UPDATE: RCPD investigates several suspected fentanyl-related deaths around Manhattan 

Police search for dealers responsible for selling drugs that killed eight people.

K-State Catbacker Tour comes to Dodge City

The Catbacker Tour begins its second week of visiting cities in Kansas.