Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan on Thursday stopped offering a preliminary procedure used to treat some heart attacks. The hospital will no longer offer primary coronary interventions (PCI), a procedure used to treat heart attacks caused by a prolonged blockage of blood to the heart.
The sale of 149 lots in Ogden last month means a significant reduction to the number of properties on the county’s delinquent tax list. The properties in question, including an apartment complex along I-70, were transferred from RIM Development to a company called Ogden, KS
A naked man reportedly touched female students at a K-State residence hall this week. K-State police are investigating reports of a “nude male randomly touching female students in a sexual manner” on campus, according to a press release from the university’s department of communications
More than a week after finding a body on Fort Riley, investigators are still working to identify the remains. Chris Grey, chief of public affairs for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command (CID), wrote in an email that CID agents are “working with the Armed
Undergraduate research at Kansas State University will be in the spotlight during SPARK Week, Oct. 5-9. SPARK stands for Students Promoting the Advancement of Research at K-State. The week of events showcasing work by undergraduate researchers, how students can get involved, make the most of
Some Manhattan High teachers received a surprise visit during second period Wednesday morning. Ed Chandler, economics and U.S. history teacher; David Jordan, AP European history teacher; Pat McKiney, social studies teacher; and Eunice Rivera, English as a second language teacher, received recognition from Kansas
Construction on a major new development project in Manhattan is set to begin next year. Plans for the 320-acre site — located northwest of Grand Mere and Colbert Hills and previously used for grazing land — include around 212 acres of low- to medium-density residential housing, an office
Perhaps it was just a bit of poor wording, a simple misunderstanding between client and real estate agent. There could be a less-generous interpretation, however, and that possibility has spurred city officials into investigating whether Manhattan’s zoning codes were violated. The property owner currently
A former K-State student was sentenced on Tuesday to nearly eight years in prison for possessing anabolic steroids, and the man’s recalcitrance drew harsh words from Riley County District Judge John Bosch. Grant Hamel, 23, was one of four people arrested in February after a
A natural gas line rupture led to the evacuation of six homes Tuesday afternoon in Manhattan. Manhattan Fire Department Chief Scott French said firefighters were dispatched to 916 Pottawatomie Ave. at 2:44 p.m. after workers from Westar Energy accidentally ruptured the 2-inch service line. French said
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