New data confirms that a long-term solution to traffic congestion on U.
The Riley County Police Department is nearing completion of a 20-year contract with Fort Riley to use a shooting range on base for training.
Area youth had a chance to look to the skies for their futures Saturday.
A sitting board member of the Riley County USD 378 school board has filed for reelection.
K-State students Kenny Artavia and Fabiola Sierra talk about the care of a cherry tomato plant at a farmers market at K-State’s Bosco Plaza on Wednesday morning. The plants came from the Willow Lake Student Farm, where Artavia is a manager.
Kameron Banks, a sixth-grader at Lee Elementary, spikes a ball over PVC pipes.
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Former K-State athletic director John Currie’s Manhattan home is on the market.
Ken Selzer CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, received the Kansas State University Department of Accounting Hall of Fame award during a Scholarships and Awards Gala on Tuesday at K-State.
Some 4,000 Dagger Brigade soldiers will deploy to Europe this fall, Fort Riley officials announced Friday.
K-State President Richard Myers said moving back to the university was not hard, but it was special.
Many Manhattan residents saw a significant increase in this month’s gas bill from Kansas Gas Service after the company found that an employee had misread meters on certain routes.
More than 40 years had passed since Gerald Schmidt had been back to Washington, D.
A Manhattan High School student died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Thursday.
A Manhattan High School student brought an unloaded handgun to school on Thursday, MHS Principal Greg Hoyt said.
The Manhattan High School mascot committee amicably came to a conclusion on a new scholarship, but the situation became tense when it moved on to its second task.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday reaffirmed a decision that a K-State researcher who said he was fired because he reported alleged misconduct by colleagues does not qualify for whistleblower protection.
A 2-mile section of Secrest Road will change from a township road to a county road.
Fliers on campus meant to disparage specific groups are not welcome at K-State, university President Richard Myers said on Thursday in response to three recent incidents.
An irreverent parody of Arthurian legend in musical form returns to the Manhattan Arts Center this weekend.