Aggieville’s British pub has closed its doors.
Medical professionals from Women’s Health Group on Tuesday requested a dismissal of a federal lawsuit that accuses them of failing to diagnose or treat a Maryland woman’s birth-related issue.
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.
Linda Weis is a busy lady on any given day, but for the last six weeks or so, she’s spent countless hours researching candidates applying become the next justice of the Kansas Supreme Court.
The Riley County Police Department said there is no public threat nor foul play suspected after an unattended death was reported near the Green-Randolph Bridge Monday evening.
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.
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.
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.
Every school day morning, Becce Davis arrives at Marlatt Elementary before most of the schoolchildren are even up.
Constant communication and collaboration among several local, area and state agencies were essential in keeping the community prepared during flooding threats this year, local officials said Monday.
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.
Five candidates are running for four open seats on the Manhattan-Ogden school board. They include Kristin Brighton, Joseph Dasenbrock, Darell Edie, Curt Herrman and Brandy Santos.
The Riley County Police Department hosted a police interaction course for teens and adults with autism to learn how to act in police situations, such as traffic stops, Saturday morning at Westview Community Church.
RILEY — Hanging off the ladder of the volunteer fire department’s truck, the stars and stripes flapped in the chilly breeze Saturday. On the other end of Riley’s Broadway Street, the town’s water tower stood out brilliantly in the cloudless October sky.
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.
Due to continued flooding and rain in Riley County over the past two months, the Riley County Commission stretched a local disaster emergency to Nov. 22.
K-State’s improv troupe is honoring Del Close, a Manhattan native who is credited by many as the father of modern long form improv, this weekend with DelFestopia.
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.
The Kansas Criminal Justice Coordinating Council on Wednesday awarded $149,196 to the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office for upgrading technology.
The majority of Manhattan City Commission wants ban vaping in public parks, but commissioners are divided on whether to allow vaping in current and future e-cigarette shops.
A Riley County judge on Monday set a new trial date for a Manhattan man accused of killing an infant after his first trial resulted in a hung jury.
Knowledge of immigration, constitutional law and the country’s debt are three things that Kris Kobach says set him apart from others running for U.S. Senate next year.
Two Manhattan organizations have been awarded grants from the Tower Foundation to support suicide prevention and mental health services, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Monday.
Having a satisfied client walk out of her salon with mermaid hair — a dye job with shocks of deep blues, bold greens and vibrant purple hues — is one of Krisanne Reyerson’s favorite things.
The Riley County Police Department is updating its Riley police substation, at 321 N. Main, with high-speed internet for officers to upload body camera footage.
WAMEGO — Though finding your way home may involve a long journey accompanied by an oddball team of a little black dog, a tin man, a scarecrow and a cowardly lion, Wamego visitors will have no trouble spotting and traversing the famous yellow brick road in downtown.
The two incumbents in the Manhattan-Ogden school board race discussed their visions for the district’s future at the Riley County Republicans candidate forum Thursday.
Despite recent calls for impeachment of Donald Trump from various politicians, U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall pledges to stand by the president.
If the 0.3% sales tax question fails during the Nov. 5 election, some Manhattan City Commission candidates disapprove of raising the property tax rate to fund certain city projects.