“Locking and securing your vehicle and removing valuable items is important.”
And a like to all the other Riley County races April 7th.
teaching those so they can teach others
Shawnee County Election Commissioner announced Monday that he is expecting a lower than average turnout for this general election in Shawnee…
Occupants of the home safe, but need new place to live.
For it or against it
Two-year tuition freeze cheers students, takes Universities by surprise
Program intended to help those with low incomes get medical care before and after birth.
No weapons were used or displayed in this robbery attempt.
The cause was determined to be accidental due to a faulty torch head.
Riley County Police say that as of Friday they have filed a total of seven reports related to motor vehicle theft, criminal damage to proper…
Blue-light emergency phones not working
Jesse Romo has been named Airport Director for the City of Manhattan effective April 27, 2015.
Riley County ranks number one in 2015 Kansas county health rankings
K-State and the City of Manhattan working to accommodate growth
Research hope to make wheat available to everyone.
New research funded by farmers aims to breed a wheat variety for people who can’t eat wheat and other grains.
KSNT Sports and KSN Sports Directors at the NCAA 2nd Round in Omaha
A House committee authorized issuing up to $60 million in bonds to renovate Kansas State University’s College of Architecture.
A Kansas State University researcher says a strain of avian influenza found in Kansas is no threat to humans.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at Kansas State University says they embraces all nationalities.
K-State’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity says they are not racist after The University of Oklahoma race chant surfaces.
Police are continuing to investigate the matter and have identified a person of interest.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon here at K-State says it does not support the actions of the SAE at Oklahoma but could not make any further comment.
Winners advance to regionals, but each have a college scholarship in hand!