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  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | April 16, 2014

    Armed robbery at Dollar General

    Police radio Wednesday night indicated an armed robbery in progress at Dollar General, 2321 Tuttle Creek Boulevard in Manhattan. As many as eight police cruisers, including K9 units, were on the scene. Reports point to a black male wearing a red hooded jacket as a person

  • Women's Basketball | April 16, 2014

    Romero waiting to hear from appeals committee

    Leti Romero made her case. Now she’s waiting on Kansas State to make its decision. Romero appeared before a university appeals committee Wednesday afternoon to request a release from her scholarship, which would allow the All-Big 12 point guard to transfer to another school and

  • Women's Basketball | April 16, 2014

    Mittie adds Gilliam to coaching staff

    New Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie named Ebony Gilliam to his coaching staff this week, joining associate head coach Brian Ostermann. Gilliam, like Ostermann, was on Mittie’s staff at TCU. “I am excited to add Ebony to our staff here at

  • April 16, 2014

    K-State gives Weber contract extension

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie announced Wednesday that men’s head basketball coach Bruce Weber has received a one-year contract extension through the 2019 academic year. The additional year to his current contract secures Weber’s services through April 30, 2019. The compensation remains the same per

  • Local | April 16, 2014

    Prairie blaze burns fast, hot at prescribed fire near Paxico


    PAXICO — Listening with eyes shut, the flames engulfing the prairie oddly sound like heavy rain on a roof — with a few crackles here and there, of course. Kansas Department of Wildlife Public Lands manager Nathan Henry and his crew brought The Mercury along Tuesday morning

  • Local |Kansas State University |Government & Politics | April 16, 2014

    Regents ponder revised policy

    The Kansas Board of Regents’ social media policy was revised by its governance committee Wednesday morning — but some controversial disciplinary language remained intact. A work group consisting of professors from across the state proposed revisions emphasizing academic freedom to the regents, and the proposals then

  • Local |Government & Politics | April 16, 2014

    Butler named mayor

    Wynn Butler called the city’s increased debt “a little bit depressing” during his initial statements as mayor Tuesday. Commissioners selected Butler as mayor and Karen McCulloh as mayor pro tem during their regular meeting. Butler said the city debt grew from $238 million in April 2011

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | April 16, 2014

    Riley County Jail’s average occupancy at low point

    The inmate occupying cell F202 of the Riley County Jail stood close to the door, staring intently outside the window of his second-level, locked-tight living space. “You may think he’s looking at you,” corrections officer Shalondra Booker said as the six-member Riley County Police

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency |Kansas State University | April 16, 2014

    Jewish center shooting victim the mother of a K-State student

    The Kansas City Star KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Terri and Jim LaManno planned to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday. But on Sunday, as Terri LaManno made her regular weekly visit to see her mother at an assisted living center in Overland Park she was caught

  • Columns | April 16, 2014

    Regents’ draft policy well done

    Dear Board of Regents: We write to offer strong support for the joint working group’s revision of the Kansas Board of Regents’ social media policy. The revised policy is laudable in several ways.   First, it recognizes the unique and fundamental duty of public universities

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