Benjamin Einck, 18 months, and his nanny, Becah Lewis, play hide-and-seek at Manhattan Public Library on Thursday. They came to the library because of the rainy weather.

  • Cats hit the road to face Nebraska

    After its conference-opening weekend, the Kansas State baseball team travels north to Lincoln, Nebraska, to meet former Big 12 rival Nebraska Tuesday night at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park.

  • Wesemann to compete in 3-point championship

    Kansas State’s Kindred Wesemann has accepted an invitation to compete in the 29th-annual State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships in Phoenix on Thursday.


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    Luca Innocenti, 13 months, looks at the camera while playing in the children’s library.

  • WET WEDNESDAY Wetwednesday

    Emily Gatschet, a K-State senior majoring in communications, walks through Aggieville in the rain on Wednesday morning. Manhattan received 1.57 inches of rain overnight. Weather forecasts call for more storms through Saturday.


  • EDITORIAL | Abortion bill erects unnecessary hurdles

    Abortion opponents seem poised to win new requirements for abortion providers in Kansas, but they ought to stop pretending that their intent is to give women information that’s pertinent to their decision about whether to actually have an abortion.

  • Kansans should be wary of Medicare phone scams

    To The Editor: Never give out your Social Security number, Medicare number or bank account information if someone calls on the phone and says, “Medicare is issuing new cards and I must verify your information before the new card is sent to prevent a lapse in your benefits.

  • EDITORIAL | Sign Medicaid expansion bill

    That a bill to expand Medicaid has gotten through the Kansas Legislature, the governing body in one of the nation’s reddest states, is remarkable.



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