Q&A: Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks campaign for governor, pro-life culture, the Jeep

In a brief conversation, Kobach discussed his campaign platforms, strategy and his name in the news.

UPDATE: Kansas House rejects campus carry debate

A Tuesday vote to debate a firearm bill might trigger a scramble to limit concealed carry on college campuses before the summer implementation.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate visits campus

The Students for Environment Action held a forum Tuesday night to talk with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty.

Ag policy expert, K-State professor grades Trump administration

Barry Flinchbaugh, agricultural economics professor and a leading agricultural economics expert for more than 50 years, was the 14th speaker of Food for Thought's 14th Upson Lecture Series.

Three K-State students detained at capitol building name three statehouse authorities in lawsuit

In a case filed by the ACLU, the three K-State students detained at the capitol for unfurling banners in support of Medicaid expansion sue three authorities.

K-State exemption from concealed carry nears end amid controversy

Efforts to change the state law increase in the Kansas Legislature.

What to expect when concealed carry comes to K-State

The six-month-old Texas concealed campus carry law may offer a glimpse of Kansas’ new statute.

College Republicans split in vote over Trump, united in wanting country’s success

Three members of the College Republicans sat down with the Collegian to talk about the results of the election.

Perdue chats with students on key issues in agriculture

United States Secretary of Agriculture visited K-State and joined a select student group to dive deeper into Landon Lecture topics.

K-State rallies around DACA students

Several K-State officials offered resources and support for undocumented students after President Donald Trump announced the end of a protective executive policy.

News Briefs: March 28

Bruce Weber's return, the suspension of the Wichita State SGA vice president, controlled burns and votes on the state's medicaid health care program made today's news briefs.

‘We have got to work together’: Bollier discusses campaign priorities during virtual tour

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Dr. Barbara Bollier said she grew up a "moderate Republican," but found herself at odds with the Republican party through her career.

As Gov. Kelly halts evictions until May, Renters Together MHK advocates for helping residents...

The organization's petition does not specify a cutoff date for the eviction moratorium, as it is uncertain how long these disruptions will last.

“Trump Up”: K-State students head to Topeka for Trump’s visit Saturday

K-State students head to Topeka to support, protest Trump's visit

Mental health, staffing concerns focus of Lt. Gov. Colyer’s meeting with Pawnee

As part of a listening tour, Jeff Colyer visited Pawnee Mental Health Services in Manhattan.

Estes wins congressional seat in hard-fought election

Republicans staged last-minute efforts to elect Ron Estes after Democrat James Thompson threatened the traditionally Republican Congressional seat.

What’s on the ballot: Candidates and issues for Riley County voters

When fulfilling one's civic duty, it's important to be an informed voter. Here's what's on the ballot in Riley County.

K-State students and faculty participate in Women’s March on Topeka

Over 3,000 Kansans joined the worldwide protest and march for women's rights in Topeka.

Brookings Institution president discusses media, America’s future in K-State lecture

John R. Allen, president of the Brookings Institution think tank, spoke at K-State about digital media and the future of America as part of a lecture and luncheon Thursday.

Campus carry opponents shift strategy amid regular, unsuccessful House hearings

Having faced obstacles in committee, Kansas Democrats and moderate Republicans look at amending firearm bills on the House floor.