The Kaw Valley Rodeo Association wants you to be tough enough to wear pink. The association will have its seventh annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink rodeo Friday, July 26, to raise awareness of breast cancer and other cancers and support Kansas State University’s Johnson
A Kansas State University-led study has discovered the role of a protein in bacteria that cause a wide variety of diseases, including typhoid fever, plague, meningitis and dysentery. The results may lead to new and improved antibiotics for humans and animals. Phillip E. Klebba, professor
The city of Manhattan and Alfred Benesch and Company will host an open house to educate citizens and gather input regarding potential improvements at the K-18 and K-113 interchange. The meeting will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 17 at the Sunset Zoo, 2233 Oak
At tonight’s commission meeting, the city decided for another work session to discuss social services funding and personnel costs to get mill levy increase to zero.
The man and woman convicted of killing a K-State researcher after setting the apartment complex she lived in on fire in February were sentenced to prison Monday in front of a packed courtroom in Topeka. Though Patrick Scahill, 20, and Virginia Griese, 20, appeared together for the
With construction nearing completion, Pottawatomie County commissioners Monday began planning public tours of the new justice center at Westmoreland prior to its official opening. The final contract day for work on the $14 million facility is Aug. 8, and commissioners hope to open the 63,000-square-foot facility to
A Topeka man is in custody for allegedly battering a Riley County corrections officer at the Riley County Courthouse Monday afternoon. Sgt. Brad Ingalls said Ryan Holle, 35, was making a court appearance while monitored by the corrections officer when he allegedly started a physical fight
With construction nearing completion, Pottawatomie County Commissioners Monday began planning public tours of the new justice center at Westmoreland prior to its official opening. The final contract day for work on the $14 million facility is August 8, and commissioners hope to open the 63,000-square-foot facility to
The duo convicted of setting fire to an apartment complex that killed a K-State research were sentenced to prison in federal court Monday afternoon. District Judge Julie Robinson sentenced Patrick Scahill, 21, to 30 years in prison and five years of supervised release. And sentenced Virgina Griese, 20,
TOPEKA — The duo charged in connection with fatal February apartment fire that resulted in the death of a K-State researcher appeared in federal court Monday for sentencing. Patrick Scahill, 20, and Virginia Griese, 19, appeared in front of District Judge Julie Robinson for the charge of arson
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