Manhattan Fire Department’s newest employee is unlike the rest.
Tracy Britt Cool, a Manhattan native and one of Warren Buffett’s key lieutenants in recent years, is leaving Berkshire Hathaway Inc. to create a mini Berkshire of her own.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said elevated bacteria in Wamego’s wastewater is the cause of a stream advisory for the Kansas River.
Think big! That can be a challenge, but today we’ll meet a woman whose thoughts turned into a big community project which is encouraging tourism in southwest Kansas. Thanks to Connie Larson of Manhattan for this story idea.
The external and internal damage observed during the autopsy of a 12-week-old boy was caused by at least three separate blunt-force impacts, a forensic pathologist said Friday at the Riley County Courthouse.
Q: What happened to the new concept for CiCo Park’s playground? What about the tennis courts across from Manhattan Area Technical College?
The VFW named Manhattan as the fist city in Kansas to be a POW/MIA city, Mayor Mike Dodson and the Manhattan City Commission announced during a special presentation earlier this week.
Manhattan Parks and Recreation is seeking feedback from the public after finishing the second phase of the Parks 4 People Road Demonstration on Wednesday at City Park.
Some of the children were about as red as the tomatoes, but despite the hot Wednesday afternoon, they listened intently and excitedly as David Atchison led them through the Ogden Elementary School’s community garden.
Riley County police believe a mother was taking advantage of safe haven laws after a baby was found abandoned in northern Manhattan Wednesday evening.
K-State and other state higher education institutions will see more simplified admissions criteria following a Kansas Board of Regents decision.
Her 12-week-old son was healthy just hours before she left him in the care of a friend, a mother testified at the Riley County Courthouse Thursday. But upon her return, she made a 911 call saying he appeared to have bruises and trouble breathing.
Changes to construction plans for Manhattan High School’s west campus will add 25 classrooms, but current cost estimates exceed the construction budget by about $2.8 million, the design team said Wednesday.
The Riley County fair’s 4-H entries were down 5.5% this year compared to 2018, Extension director Gary Fike said Tuesday at the Riley County Commission meeting, and open-class entries were down 17%.
The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday reviewed capital improvement projects and adopted a resolution enacting building codes within the Blue Township Sewer District.
The Kansas Court of Appeals heard cases on a drug arrest and teacher pay dispute Tuesday afternoon as part of its Constitution Day celebration at K-State’s Forum Hall.
When Adrianne Meyer and her boyfriend, Frederick Ustoltseff, were stranded at Manhattan Regional Airport last December, they found themselves with a dilemma.
Troopers arrested a Manhattan man on driving under the influence and other charges after he fled the scene of a three-vehicle crash on Kansas Highway 18 near Ogden on Sunday.
A national development company has announced it will invest $325 million to upgrade and modernize housing at Fort Riley, as well as five other military installations across the country.
In response to a nurse shortage in Kansas, Wichita State University and K-State are partnering to bring a satellite nursing program to Manhattan.
Students and locals heard debates regarding constitutional law Tuesday when a Kansas Court of Appeals Court panel listened to arguments in four cases at the K-State Student Union.
Inside the lobby area adjoining the sanctuary at St. Isidore’s Catholic Student Center, the K-State students were singing the “everybody let’s go” snippet from the Dora the Explorer song.
A planned osteopathic medical school in Wichita is looking to address the need for more doctors in Kansas, Dr. Robert Hasty said during a visit to The Mercury last week.