UPDATE: Suspect in May 9 shots fired incident near campus in custody

UPDATE: A suspect has been arrested in connection to a shots fired incident from last month.

K-State football, marching band to trade places for spring game

The Pride of Wildcat Land will take the field on April 22 as the stars of the game, while the football team plays from the band section.

Rising water levels continue at Tuttle Creek Lake due to Nebraska flooding

With high water levels occurring downstream, Tuttle Creek Lake will maintain low outflow and rising water levels of its own this week.

Public humiliation most effective form of punishment

Since the beginning of time, humans have relied on the positive encouragement of their peers. There...

K-State, Snyder officially own Texas on Wikipedia

After a Texas Bowl victory Wednesday, K-State fans claim ownership of Texas.

Fraternities vandalize Green Apple Bikes as free program returns from winter repairs

Green Apple Bikes return to community bike racks after winter repairs amid vandalism issues.

Pompeo visits campus, talks about ISIL, gay marriage

Congressman Mike Pompeo visited the campus Tuesday to discuss his views

UPDATE: 91 people displaced by Founders Hill fire in Manhattan, cause unknown

The fire blazed for roughly four hours.

Update: Band director Tracz doing well, expects to be back on the job “in...

Band director Frank Tracz hospitalized during Saturday's football game

At intense basketball game against KU, ‘The Chant’ makes roaring comeback

The "F*** KU" chant sounded out in Bramlage Coliseum at the K-State vs. KU home game.

Two students bare all and show their school spirit in Playboy

Hundreds of fans stood in the sun Wednesday outside of Dara's Fastlane #1 with Playboy Magazines in hand to get a glimpse of and...

Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence

Student returns to Jardine Apartments residence to find a racist sign on his door

UPDATE: Student struck by car near campus in stable condition

She was crossing the street near Throckmorton Hall.

K-State plans for a tentative in-person fall semester with limitations, president and provost say

The specifics are not available at this time, but K-State plans to return to campus in the fall.

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.

News Briefs: Nov. 1

A Kit Kat thief leads the news briefs to start the month, which also includes crime statistics, the Manhattan High School mascot, ballot selfies, a lawsuit, murder and a bomb plot.

BREAKING: K-State still holding classes despite literal apocalypse outside

Although Manhattan is dealing with a demonic invasion, K-State advised students to "use their best judgment" when heading to class.

Harassed on campus and dismissed by campus police officer, student claims

An SGA senator approached the K-State Police to file a harassment report, but his concern was allegedly dismissed by an officer.

After five decades of life at K-State, Bosco will retire at the end of...

Pat Bosco to retire at the end of the academic year

Schulz begins new term

President Kirk Schulz has been in office for only a couple days, but he has already begun working toward a vision of K-State in...