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.
The Manhattan City Commission will receive a north campus corridor update Tuesday from Kansas State University officials.
The nostalgia of Kansas State University fans was on full display at the annual Homecoming parade Friday evening.
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.
Subscribers can access a list of local public employees' 2014 pay records.
A new leader for K-State could emerge in the next couple of weeks.
The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce has officially endorsed the street maintenance sales tax on the Nov.
K-State researchers don’t always take hazardous waste as seriously as they should, and they’re not alone.
It’s that spooky time of year again.
Recently, I planted a young container-grown tree.
‘If only those tombstones could talk.
Bill Snyder said Kansas State played as well as it could and as badly as it could all in the span of 60 minutes.
The United States and its military has more complex challenges today than it did when Adm.
Riley County sold all 154 parcels available during its tax foreclosure sale on Sept.
A house fire caused an estimated $65,000 in damage Friday morning, according to a Manhattan Fire Department report.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board work shopped some new priorities for the district during a fall retreat Thursday.
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.