Following his Landon Lecture, secretary of state Mike Pompeo sat down with two Collegian editors. Here's that conversation.
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.
Kansas farmers could be affected by NAFTA changes.
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.
Alan LaPolice is running as an independent to represent the first district of Kansas, but only after losing the election as a Republican two years ago.
Rep. Roger Marshall addresses the dab, his position on the Agriculture Committee and his views on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
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After waiting in lines for hours, thousands of Trump and Kobach supporters rallied at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka just weeks before the general election.
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.
Ed O'Malley continued his gubernatorial campaign's announcement tour at Varsity Donuts on Tuesday.
Candidates running for local elected offices discussed the issues at a forum Sunday.
The AP called the race in favor of Rep. Roger Marshall with over 70 percent of precincts reporting.
Here are the general election results for the county commission, state legislature, U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
Students at Kansas State express their thoughts and feelings toward President Trump after the official transfer of presidential power.
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.
All precincts in Riley County are reporting.
The Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice sponsored an event to provide a safe space after Trump's inauguration.
Senate candidate Barbara Bollier said young people can decide the result of the election in her Manhattan "Lawn Chair Chat" on Thursday.
Midterm elections are here and your vote matters in choosing our federal, state and local leaders.
"I’m not going to put my name on it where someone can say ‘That’s a Democrat, I won’t put that bill in,’" Carlin said.