Excessive video gaming isn’t good for youth development.
Data from the project will be provided free to the public.
The Kansas State Wildcats take on the UCLA Bruins in the Alamo Bowl on January 2, 2015.
How scammers are posing as the RCPD and how to avoid it
More than 130 farmers markets across the state are economic engines for communities.
Officials say they are often detrimental to the department’s cases.
An autopsy has been requested.
It’s the highest award given by the Kansas Association of City and County Management.
Nate Hill has served in several roles since his career began at 27 KSNT in 1997.
The Pride of Wildcat Land, the Kansas State University Marching Band, has been recognized as the best marching band in the nation.
“Next Door” is a new social media site where neighbors can get together to police their communities, similar to a neighborhood watch.
The U.S. Marshals Service says 30-year-old Barry Blevins of East Cleveland was arrested early Wednesday in Cleveland.
For drug related offenses as part of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics in the Manhattan and Riley County a…
They ask that the public report only injury or serious vehicle collisions until winter weather clears up.
These scams are using the Riley County Police Department name on caller identification services.
The accident continues to be under investigation.
Callers claim to be K-State police officers and tell the potential victim they are calling to collect for past fines or owed monies.
The fire cause is listed as accidental.
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An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court.
The fall harvest of crops in Kansas is mostly in the bin now. Winter wheat planting is done. And calving is still months away.
Hundreds of people gathered Friday night for a lighting ceremony that included a visit from Santa.
Among the featured speakers for the two-day event that begins Monday is American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman.
RCPD goes one-on-one with K-State fraternities and sororities
Gov. Sam Brownback and top legislative leaders agreed to delay a vote on issuing bonds needed for the proposed agro-defense plant.