A growing student population at Kansas State has growing concerns about the lack of people like them in the university’s faculty. The Black Student Union (BSU) invited K-State president Kirk Schulz, provost April Mason and Peter Dorhout, dean of the College of Arts and
Sen. Jerry Moran on Tuesday accused President Barack Obama and Majority Leader Harry Reid of jeopardizing air safety for political purposes by reducing the number of air traffic controllers. “Let’s have the debate about sequestration, let’s have the conversation about whether or not
City administrators made it clear to commissioners Tuesday night that it is not possible to stop the flooding along Wildcat Creek, but it is possible to reduce the number of people impacted by it. “It is a difficult problem,” Mayor John Matta said. “There isn’
A new structure at the intersection of 6th and Walnut streets in Ogden honors a Fort Riley soldier whose nearly year-and-a-half old murder remains unsolved. It was close to that corner on Oct. 14, 2011, that Ronald E. Taylor, known as ‘Evans’ to family and friends, was
Wanda Lee Navarro, 83, of Manhattan died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Benjamin Alfred Baxter, 86, of Clay Center died Sunday at the Golden Living Center in Wakefield.
Anna Josita Washington, 63, died Friday at Orange Park Medical Center in Florida.
Former Kansas State point guard Angel Rodriguez wants to transfer to a school in Florida. At least that’s what his former high school coach Shakey Rodriguez says. The coach told The Miami Herald that his former player is hoping to end up in Miami,
Monday, April 15, 2013 9:00 - JWG 9:00 Alleyne, Andrea Status (12 TR 177 Expired Reg, etc) BCF III 9:00 Burton, Cody Status (13 TR 595 DUI [1st], TOC, Speeding 66/55) JWG III 9:00 Calmes, Ryan SENTENCING (12 CR 524 Poss MJ, F & E, etc) KSL III 9:00 Cardwell, Charmaine SENTENCING (12 CR 600 Poss MJ w/intent) KSL III 9:00
Federal charges were brought against a Manhattan physician Tuesday for allegedly prescribing drugs unlawfully to more than 500 patients. The charges came after FBI agents searched his offices Tuesday morning. Michael Schuster, 53, who operates Manhattan Pain and Spine, 1135 Westport Drive, is charged with one count of
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