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.

District 64 Incumbent Suzi Carlson leads in Riley County preliminary results

All precincts in Riley County are reporting.

‘Every vote matters’: Focke wins commission seat after tight race

With the official count in, Democrat Kathryn Grace Focke is the winner.

Video: Election Watch Party in the Union

The Collegian's Danielle Cook interviews people at the election watch party in the K-State Student Union on Tuesday.

Rep. Marshall hosts ‘one of the most vocal’ town halls in Manhattan

Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, hosted a town hall on the K-State campus Saturday morning and faced many "red card" signs of disapproval.

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.

Sen. Pat Roberts reflects on time with K-State after announcing retirement

A 1958 K-State alumnus, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts often returned to his alma mater to help however he could. Here are the memories he shared with the Collegian.

‘People still want truth,’ Desert Storm colonel says of news consumers

Col. Chip Bircher is a former army information operations leader.

Kansas lawmakers debate end to campus carry law

K-State students and faculty testified to the Senate committee hearing a bill to permanently exempt universities from the state concealed carry law.

Tax increase fails veto override in Senate

Gov. Sam Brownback's veto of House Bill 2178 stands after the Senate fell three votes short in overriding the governor.

Planting the seed: 2018 Farm Bill starts with farmers at K-State

The first hearing of the 2018 Farm Bill was held at K-State, where 18 producers and professionals in the industry delivered testimonies to Sen. Pat Roberts about the current Farm Bill and the struggles the next version of the bill should address.

What a federal court ruling on voter rights means for Kansas

The time necessary to register to vote has dramatically decreased in Kansas.

USD 383 to vote on bond proposal for overcrowding, security issues

Citizens in the Manhattan-Ogden school district will vote on a nonpartisan $129,500,000 bond.

K-State students gather at Bosco Plaza in protest of Turning Point USA event

Members of the K-State community gathered in Bosco Student Plaza before marching to Anderson Hall in protest of Thursday night's Turning Point USA event.

Renters Together MHK group meets to discuss strategies for legislating safer housing

Members of Renters Together MHK met Tuesday to discuss strategies for being heard within the community regarding safer, more affordable housing.

Dividing lines: 2 student opinions on presidential impeachment inquiry

Students have varying thoughts on Democrats' inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Voting by mail: Deadline approaches to request mail-in ballots

In such a contentious election year, every vote counts. Follow these guidelines when sending in your ballot to ensure a stress-free voting process.

Influx of mail-in ballots could lead to delay between Election Day and final results

As Lenny Kravitz said, "It ain't over 'til it's over." With Nov. 6 as the last day for mail-in ballots to be received and counted, vote totals could fluctuate for days after Election Day.

Here’s the list of unofficial Riley County, Kansas general election results

Here are the general election results for the county commission, state legislature, U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

Minority groups hang on to hope after presidential election

Minority groups may face extra challenges under Trump's presidency, but these groups, with the support of others, hold on to what they believe America truly stands for.
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