The local business and health communities are pushing to expand KanCare, which is Kansas’ Medicaid program.
About 3,500 soldiers from Fort Riley will deploy to South Korea this fall, according to Army officials.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hear what the public wants in a new education funding formula.
K-State plans to sell three parcels of land but first needs legislative approval.
K-State business administration building ready for students
Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.
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K-State’s homecoming week continues Thursday with the Union Program Council Children’s Carnival: Growing Up Purple with Willie Wonka from 6 to 8 p.
A fire at Founders Hill Apartments on Monday was likely caused by “improperly disposed of smoking materials,” the Manhattan Fire Department reported Wednesday.
The Manhattan City Commission unanimously passed a development agreement Tuesday with Genesis Health Clubs regarding the relocation of a water line.
FORT RILEY — Fort Riley’s new leader has taken command just in time to deploy.
A fire at Founders Hill Apartments Monday afternoon affected the homes of 91 people, with 45 displaced as of Tuesday morning.
The Riley County Police Department has accepted a $60,500 grant to help the police address mental health issues.
Hibachi Hut, an old-school Manhattan restaurant, is going back to its roots.
Firefighters had to battle another apartment fire Tuesday morning, this time in Ogden.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider approving technology purchases during its next meeting.
GRAPEVINE, Texas — The leaders of the Big 12 decided the conference was just fine the way it is.
The Riley County Public Works Department is working to monitor and improve water quality in the area, in accordance with state law.
Several Manhattan fire crews fought to put out a blaze at Founder’s Hill Apartment Homes near the intersection of Claflin Road and College Avenue on Monday afternoon.
Two thousand eight hundred hours is nearly 117 full days, longer than the regular season for K-State football.
The Manhattan City Commission will consider a development agreement Tuesday with Genesis Health Clubs regarding the relocation of a waterline.
The mall food court is no more.