A Fort Riley soldier who is guilty of aggravated assault will not face jail time until his military duties are complete, a judge ruled Tuesday morning in Riley County District Court. Sgt. Kevin Flynn, who was 26 at the time of the crime, appeared with counsel
The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday will consider the addition of telecommunication antennas on the Bluemont Hotel. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The applicant — SSC, an agent for US Cellular — would install telecommunication antennas and accessory equipment on the Bluemont Hotel
TOPEKA — A heavily redacted 11-page response from Kansas State University to a newspaper’s open records request illustrates shortcomings with the state’s open records law, but a leading First Amendment expert said it can be difficult to challenge such redactions. The Topeka Capital-Journal requested
We often view hackers as evil geniuses, but perhaps a more accurate depiction would be a talented — though sometimes mischievous — craft worker, according to a Kansas State University researcher. The way society views hackers is not representative of the whole hacking culture, said Kevin Steinmetz,
Tucked away on a winding gravel road just outside of Manhattan is a white barn outfitted with a riding arena, nine horses and just as many barn cats. The property is home to Clearwater Training Stables. Its owner, Rebecca Snavely, took a moment last week
The first campaign for women’s suffrage in Kansas will be the topic of two presentations by Kansas State University alumna Janice Parks Dreiling for the university’s observance of Women’s History Month in March. Dreiling is a retired Oklahoma administrative district judge who
A team of three personal financial planning students from Kansas State University earned second place at the recent national Industry Issues competition. Team members are Mariah Bausch, junior, Hoyt; Andy Rao, master’s student, Overland Park; and Cole Foster, junior, Tecumseh. They earned $3,000 in scholarships
Steve Forbes, former presidential candidate and head of Forbes Media, will give the first Landon Lecture of the academic year next month. Forbes will present his lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, March 9, at K-State’s McCain Auditorium. “We’re excited to bring Steve Forbes to
So you kiss the kids goodbye, stroll out of your lovely new house off Green Valley Road and jump in the car for that morning commute into Manhattan. Eventually you merge onto U.S. Highway 24 heading west, preparing for yet another day of brutal traffic.
The selection process for Kansas Supreme Court justices could change as soon as the August 2016 primary elections. Five bills proposed by the Kansas House of Representatives are pending that could change the way justices are elected and retained. James Robinson, a senior partner with Hite,
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