A winery opening it’s vineyards this year in Manhattan was walked away a grand prize winner.
Police say a man drove at unsafe speeds with a woman on the hood of a car during a domestic dispute.
A girl who claimed she had been raped by a 19-year-old she knew was proven to be lying.
Stampede’s atmosphere made the show a summer staple
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Officers created a perimeter, secured the scene, and notified nearby residents who were potentially in danger.
A Manhattan man was arrested on an assault warrant out of a town in Missouri.
KSNT News talked with local businesses about how this event impacts their bottom line.
Police need your help to get a gun off the streets, and put the thief behind bars.
There are some hidden treasures being sold at the local farmers market that are not only yummy, but good for your health.
The 66-year-old man died in the crash in Riley County.
Police have recovered a stolen truck and are also investigating a car burglary.
A Manhattan man is under arrest for allegedly attempting to sexually assault a child related to him.
Police say leftover dinner and booze was apparently enough for a suspect to break into someone else’s house and help himself.
Bikers will ride nearly 3,900 miles total during that time, all while battling the summer heat.
Police say what happened between this couple was nothing like Ward and June Cleaver from ‘Leave It To Beaver’.
A Manhattan man registered as a sex offender was arrested for a violation that reportedly occurred back in January.
RCPD officers were forced to use a stun gun on a man who attacked them as they tried to help him get a ride home.
A Manhattan man says he was held captive and sodomized by another man who was a guest in his home.
Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz turned down a 2% raise from the Kansas Board of Regents today.
Organizers of Country Stampede say water releases from Tuttle Creek Dam won’t affect 2015 celebration.
Governor uses proclamation to encourage understanding for those returning from multiple military deployments.
The owners of a Manhattan home spent part of today assessing the damage to their home after it was struck by lightning.
The structure was unoccupied at the time of the fire.
There is an estimated at $100,000 of total damage.