K-State Police Department adds advanced 911 system

The K-State Police Department upgraded to the Next Generation 911 system, allowing dispatchers to get more information from 911 calls.

Student Price Index localizes nationwide inflation rates

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.

BREAKING: Vicki Schmidt projected to win Commissioner of Insurance

Vicki Schmidt (R) is the projected winner for Commissioner of Insurance at 62% of the vote with 82% of the vote counted. Kiel Corkran...

BREAKING: Mann projected to win House of Representatives District 1 race

Tracey Mann (R) is the projected winner of the U.S. House of Representatives at District 1 with 68% of the vote. James “Jimmy” Beard...

Classic 4th of July fireworks advice from a true American

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH2uifOWP-k&hl=en&w=425&h=344]In preparation for our nation's birthday, we might need a refresher course on what possibly might be the most exciting part of the...

Sexual predators use a variety of drugs to sedate victims

"I always wondered why they were called 'roofies', cause you're more likely to end up on the floor than the roof. They should call...

Administrators and deans earn highest salaries

University administrators and college deans comprise most of the highest-paid people at Kansas State.

2022 Voter Guide: Kansas House of Representatives District 67

Kim Zito (D) and Mike Dodson (R, incumbent) face-off for Kansas' District 67 House of Representatives seat. District 67 covers West Manhattan.

Fake Patty’s Day weekend arrest reports

Police activity during Fake Patty's Day weekend.

Ogden woman arrested after allegedly shooting husband in the head

Bernice Farmer, 76, awaits trial for attempted second-degree murder.

UPDATE: University condemns white nationalist posters, says they are “unwelcome”

The K-State community awoke Wednesday morning to several posters placed overnight on light poles and other fixtures across campus.

Bill Snyder announces 2020 presidential candidacy

After retiring from coaching K-State football, Bill Snyder has set his eyes on his next position at the Oval Office.

Some Manhattan locals hope to honor K-State ‘icon’ Robert Lipson in a special way

In Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Bramlage Coliseum, you are just as likely to see Kansas State ultra-fan Robert Lipson as you are to see Willie the Wildcat.

Students react to ‘hateful rhetoric’ from America First Students president with petition, planned protest

Dean of students Thomas Lane responded to students' concerns about junior Jaden McNeil's recent statements on Twitter.

K-State College of Veterinary Medicine introduces new initiatives aimed at rural, Indigenous, Native and...

If in-person attendance is unavailable for the summer, the college hopes to have virtual visits with large and mixed-animal practitioners in Kansas to share with participants a way of life and the wide variety of practice opportunities available.

New social media policy offers guidance, inclusion to students

Following the Action Plan for a More Inclusive K-State, a new social media usage plan was implemented to provide guidance for students navigating social media.

KSU Foundation reevaluating Alumni Village, focusing on student-oriented projects

The KSU Foundation is currently focusing on more student-oriented projects rather than the K-State Alumni Village.

UPDATE: EF2 tornado causes massive damage across Manhattan, at greek houses

On June 11, a storm came through Riley County, leaving mass destruction behind in neighborhoods surrounding K-State's campus.

New indoor practice facility aims to improve student experience

Development intends to provide student athletes with updated facilities and all students with enhanced tailgating opportunities.

Student ambassadors reflect on 2022 term

Current student ambassadors celebrate their journey while preparing to pass the torch to new candidates.