WAMEGO — The Greater Manhattan Economic Partnership (GMEP) officially announced the opening of the Corteva Agriscience Wamego research and development center on Thursday.

OLATHE — Although the Sunflower State is ranked 11th in the country when it comes to producing graduates at all higher education levels, Kansas is ranked at 43rd for employment growth and 44th in migration to the state.

Nearly a decade ago, then-K-State president Kirk Schulz laid out his plan for the university to become a top 50 public research university by 2025. Now, five years from the end of the lofty plan, university officials are planning a refresh of K-State 2025.

A Riley County judge granted a motion to declare a mistrial in the case of a Manhattan man charged with first-degree murder and abuse of a child.

Enrollment in K-State’s master’s in software engineering program has waned in recent years, but a proposed bachelor’s degree in applied computer science could help funnel students into the program, K-State officials told the Kansas Board of Regents Wednesday.

Manhattan city commissioners debated the cost versus the safety benefits of additional sidewalks Tuesday.

Prosecutors again began establishing Tuesday that an infant boy who died after internal bleeding and blunt force injuries was in fine health before his mother left him in the care of her then-boyfriend.