Law enforcement officials have cleared Lee Elementary School after a reported hostage threat believed to be coming from inside the school was found to be false.
MANHATTAN — Millennials get blamed for killing off sports, drinks and entire industries. Those millennials — and their Gen Z successors — have also given rise to a new word: adulting.
Incoming Manhattan city commissioner Aaron Estabrook entered a plea deal on Tuesday for an April DUI charge with a sentence that includes house arrest and some jail time.
The applause cut abruptly when Lawrence Ross, right after he was introduced, began his discussion on race by singing a song about “how there will never be a n*****” in Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
No matter which option the Manhattan City Commission selects for improvements at the Manhattan Regional Airport, the airport will have to close for a period of time for construction completion.
A Riley County judge on Tuesday sentenced a Texas woman who shot and killed her boyfriend in 2018 to three years of probation.
A $1.6 million gift from the estate of a Wellington couple will create up to 50 new scholarships for K-State’s College of Business Administration.
Like many other Native Americans, Manhattan Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1786 commander Dan Watkins doesn’t say “Thank you for your service” to veterans returning from deployment.
With American flags in hand and blankets wrapped around them, about 200 people lined the streets and braved cold temperatures and a wintry mix to honor the nation’s veterans at the annual Veterans Day parade Monday in downtown Manhattan.
Painted with bold strokes of fuchsia, electric blue, and a variety of other expressive shades, an eye-catching mural now decorates the patio wall outside AJ’s NY Pizzeria on Poyntz Avenue.
Officially, this weekend’s Airstream trailer meetup at Tuttle Creek Park’s River Pond campgrounds wasn’t a club-sponsored or sanctioned rally, but since when do friends need a specific reason to get together and enjoy Spam concoctions and creations?
What can we grow across Kansas? Wheat? Industrial hemp? Wind turbines? How about jobs and businesses? Today we’ll meet an organization which is devoted to the growth of entrepreneurship and small businesses across our state. It’s today’s Kansas Profile.
Q: How was the Bluemont Hotel built without closing one lane of traffic? The private business that is building the hotel on the southwest corner of 12th and Bluemont is closing one lane of Bluemont for over a year while they build their hotel. A private developer closing down a public road f…
Tracee Emery said she felt close to tears when she looked at the empty bins and shelves of clothing at the USD 383 FIT Closet.
Reports of rape in Riley County remained about the same from 2017 to 2018, increasing nearly 4% from 53 to 55, according to a recent Kansas Bureau of Investigation report.
Incumbent Linda Morse, Mark Hatesohl and Aaron Estabrook will be sworn in as Manhattan city commissioners during the Jan. 7 city commission meeting, which is the first commission meeting of 2020.
The Manhattan-Ogden school district could join the first wave of nationwide lawsuits against e-cigarette manufacturer Juul, but the school board wants some more information first.
The Riley County school district has voters’ blessing to start on $15 million in projects to repair and renovate its grade and high school buildings, as well as start on expansion projects at the grade school.
The three elected Manhattan city commissioners said they are looking forward to serving their constituents following the 2019 municipal election.
Nearly a month after a football game between Manhattan High School and Junction City High School, when racial slurs were allegedly made toward the Junction City cheerleaders, Manhattan-Ogden district superintendent Marvin Wade said the district’s investigation has not found any evidence to s…
A Manhattan man tried to rob a victim of money and marijuana before shooting and killing him, according to a complaint filed by prosecutors.
The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday gave its unanimous approval to pay up to $17,000 (about half) of the estimated cost to remodel the kitchen of the Wamego Area Senior Center.
An alleged incident of racist comments at the Oct. 11 football game between Junction City and Manhattan isn’t going to be forgotten, said Junction City High School parent Mari Edwards on Monday.