Riley County voters should have no concerns about the election — at least at the local level — being “rigged” or even altered.
A 61-year-old scientist has pleaded guilty to a federal charge nearly three years after he was accused of stealing proprietary seeds developed in the United States and giving them to a delegation visiting from China.
A Mississippi woman with PTSD filed a federal lawsuit on Monday against American Airlines agents at Manhattan Regional Airport, claiming they subjected her to 48 hours of stress when she tried to board a flight with her service dog.
In fairness, he may have figured it would be another interview about the old front porch at his friend’s rental house at 302 Church Ave.
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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There are plenty of holiday- themed events planned for the weekend before Halloween.
Manhattan’s sales tax revenue increased 8.
A Maple Hill man was injured in a Wednesday morning accident that closed Kansas Highway 177 for several hours south of Manhattan, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report.
The city will work to develop a funding strategy and construction phasing for an estimated $50 million of work to improve K-State’s “north campus corridor.
The Manhattan Fire Department responded to a chemical spill at K-State’s Biosecurity Research Institute at Pat Roberts Hall on Tuesday.
Along with Riley County police, Manhattan High School officials conducted a search for drugs on the school’s campus Tuesday morning.
State education board member Deena Horst wants to focus on kindergarten readiness, addressing public education funding and filling teacher vacancies.
Changing Manhattan High School’s mascot could cost USD 383 more than $300,000, according to a district official.
K-State has received more than $1 million of grant funding to research safety in nuclear reactors.
Q: Why is the new shopping center replacing the old Kmart called Plaza de Maria? A: It’s named in honor of a woman very important to the owner.
The Pottawatomie County Commission is expected to green-light a proposal to reduce speed limits on most county roads next week.
A former Fort Riley soldier pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.
The Pottawatomie County Commission got its first glimpse Monday at a Stormwater Management Program (SMP) for the rapidly developing southwestern portion of the county.
The price of being a K-State student continues to rise faster than the rate of inflation, according to a study by the university’s Economics Club.
Lorissa Belcher knows how to roll with the punches.