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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.
K-State Libraries is seeking input from the university community as it looks to begin returning its collections to Hale, university officials said Monday.
K-State will cancel classes Wednesday afternoon for its third KSUnite, the annual event in which the university community reaffirms its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The Riley County Police Department and Kansas Highway Patrol are investigating an apparent shooting threat at Manhattan High School’s east campus Thursday.
A recent survey found 76% of Kansas State University students and staff were unaware of free, voluntary rental inspections offered in Manhattan.
Officials announced Tuesday that K-State and University of Texas Medical Branch cancer researchers received $2 million in funding from the National Science Foundation’s Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation program.
Candidates for the Manhattan city commission and Manhattan-Ogden school board are asking people to vote for them on Nov. 5, but which of them have consistently voted themselves?
Following a concerted effort from Manhattan High School teachers, class attendance is up while tardies and unexcused absences are down, principal Michael Dorst said.
As part of its renewed emphasis on culturally-appropriate education, the Manhattan-Ogden school district is changing the way it approaches education on the history of Thanksgiving.
Manhattan-Ogden school board president Curt Herrman said Wednesday that the district likely won’t have any serious conversations or make decisions on the future of Manhattan High’s East Campus for a few years.
Manhattan High School principal Michael Dorst confirmed Thursday reports of a "F*** JC" chant in the CiCo Park parking lot following the Oct. 11 Manhattan High-Junction City High football game.
Starting next semester, Manhattan High School students will be able to take an independent study class in Native American studies, principal Michael Dorst said Wednesday.
What originally had been a $774,000 roofing project at K-State’s Hale Library is now expected to balloon to a nearly $90 million restoration and renovation project.
A longtime Army intelligence officer says that hacking of U.S. elections is only a part of a massive Russian effort to defeat its Western adversaries without ever firing a shot.
The Geary County school board has condemned what its members are calling “racial incidents” during and after the football game between Manhattan High and Junction City High earlier this month.
With construction starting on several of the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s $129.5 million bond projects, the school board on Wednesday will discuss its long-term plans for soon-to-be-vacated Manhattan High School East Campus.
Every weekday at 4:02 p.m., after the NBC radio report runs at the top of the hour, the drum fill plays and a guitar fades into Zach St Clair’s afternoon radio show.
It was January 1944, and as World War II raged overseas, a caravan of curtained military cars pulled up to the K-State president’s residence.
The K-State Alumni Association on Thursday evening honored Marlin Fitzwater, who is the only press secretary to have served under two U.S. presidents, as the recipient of the 2019 Alumni Excellence award.
Officials are working to lower the cost of planned improvements at Manhattan High School West Campus, although the project is still over its budget.
Manhattan Area Technical College is zeroing in on buying a Wamego building that would be the college’s first off-campus facility as part of an effort to reach more of the region’s students.
In the Maple Tree classroom in the College Hill Preschool, teacher Leigh Bailey only knows her preschool students as “seedlings.”
To be from Kansas, especially its rural areas, is to be misrepresented and misunderstood at the national level, Sarah Smarsh said, but she’s working to change that.
RILEY — After two failed bond issues in the past decade, the Riley County school board said it’s trying a more communicative approach in educating residents about a 20-year, $15 million bond issue on the November ballot.
U.S. poet laureate Joy Harjo will read her work this spring at the K-State Alumni Center Ballroom. The event, which will be on March 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m., is free and open to the public.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hear a proposal Wednesday that would set a consistent deadline across all of the district’s schools for students to become current on their required immunizations.
Every school day morning, Becce Davis arrives at Marlatt Elementary before most of the schoolchildren are even up.
On a day that has traditionally been dedicated to honoring Christopher Columbus, several indigenous speakers told a crowd of K-State community members that Native American peoples must focus on asserting their sovereignty and status as people, not only politically but culturally.
Editor’s note: The following is the transcript of Alan Murray’s Sept. 27 Landon Lecture at K-State’s McCain Auditorium. Murray is the president and CEO of Fortune magazine.
The average K-State student’s cost of living was largely flat this year and grew by 0.4% compared to a 1.7% increase to the average American’s cost, a K-State Economics club report shows.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been doing it for years or if you think you’ve never been sick from it — you should not wash chicken before cooking it, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s top food safety official told a group of K-State students and faculty.