K-State announced its slate of homecoming activities, which will be Oct. 24-30.
Local and state leaders are praising the advancement of a construction project that will expand streets and other infrastructure along Kimball Avenue.
The K-State Alumni Association will honor Kansas State University alumni Jerry Jaax and Nancy Dunn Jaax as the recipients of the Alumni Excellence Award. They will receive the award at a banquet on Friday, Nov. 12, at the K-State Alumni Center.
The Wamego city government has reached a settlement with the family of a swimmer who drowned last year at the Wamego Aquatics Center indoor pool.
Developers are considering a new location for a proposed “art and light” museum that the city had said would be adjacent to the Flint Hills Discovery Center.
Organizers and participants of the Indigenous Peoples’ Day Conference at Kansas State University say a presidential proclamation recognizing the changed emphasis of the holiday is a good start toward long-term change.
The organizers of an “esports” tournament at Kansas State University said they’re making plans for future events as the field of competitive gaming grows on a collegiate level.
Riley County police arrested two Manhattan men after they reportedly assaulted a man and a woman outside of Dairy Queen in a domestic battery incident.
A&H Farm south of Manhattan is venturing into fall with a corn maze design that honors both the state of Kansas and the year many of its residents have endured.
K-State student leaders are hopeful that a rally for sexual violence awareness will spur change on an administrative level.
Starting next year, Fort Riley will become home to a U.S. Army pilot program intended to centralize care and services for sexual harassment and assault victims.
Two parents and a teacher from Bluemont Elementary School publicly expressed concern over a construction plan that would eliminate windows for first-grade classrooms.
Emergency responders took two Manhattan residents to Ascension Via Christi Hospital on Wednesday after a rollover accident on I-70 in Wabuansee County.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday approved buying network security tools one day after a state legislative audit revealed a lack of basic computer system protections among many Kansas school districts.
Manhattan city commissioners agreed on a plan to allow a real estate development company to build its new headquarters in the city.
During the first day of the trial for a Manhattan man accused of raping and sodomizing a 15-year-old girl, jurors heard testimony from the girl, as well as medical and social services officials who saw her after she reported the incidents.
The Riley County Police Department has released photos of two people believed to be involved in the theft of $29,000 worth of jewelry and other valuables from a home Sept. 27.
The Geary County Sheriff’s Office has identified Enfinnity Latania Hayes, 22, of Fort Riley as the person killed in a Sunday night shooting.
Hackers who gained control of Pottawatomie County computers Sept. 17 demanded a ransom of $1 million, according to County Administrator Chad Kinsley, who released the information Monday afternoon, though the county ultimately paid far less than that.
The characters of “The Wizard of Oz” are some of the most recognizable in film history, and recreating their memorable costumes is part of the annual OZtoberFest in Wamego.
Riley County Clerk Rich Vargo said the county has enough election workers for the upcoming election after concerns about a shortage last year.
Products that contain enough THC to get people “high” are legally available in Manhattan and the rest of the state, due to a loophole created by new laws.
Skylar Thompson, back on the field and looking no worse for the wear after last month’s leg injury, had another epic performance against Oklahoma.
Kansas State University received a $3.4 million grant from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services to create a new research and biosecurity development lab space.
Pottawatomie County officials paid a ransom to hackers who attacked the county government’s computer systems, taking them offline for about two weeks.