Sunday, February 7, 2016

Shakespeare book from 1623 on display at KSU

To be at the Beach Museum of Art or not to be at the Beach Museum of Art, that is the question. Yes, a Shakespeare...

Manhattan to host centuries-old book with Shakespeare plays

A nearly 400-year-old collection of William Shakespeare's plays is making a stop in Manhattan. An exhibition featuring a ``First Folio'' of the Bard's plays goes...

K-State Police searching for burglary suspect

Updated 5:30 a.m. Tuesday: The person of interest in a Burglary and Criminal Damage to Property case KMAN first told you about Monday has been...

K-State confirms case of mumps

Kansas State University has confirmed one student case of mumps. The university is directly notifying anyone who may have been in close contact with the...

NBAF and state legislative updates for intergovernmental group

They'll be pouring concrete at the NBAF site in Manhattan for the next two and a half years...but it's all good, according to Ron Trewyn, K-State's...

K-State group heads to Washington D.C. to march for life

K-State's Cats for Life are marching on and taking a stand! President of the Cats for Life campus organization, Kalie Timmins along with Vice President, Annie...

Landon Lectures announced

The editor of a popular political and pop culture website, a CNN political contributor, a well-known historian, and the chief scientific officer for one...

Manhattan restaurant owners survive crash in Georgia

Manhattan's 4 Olives Restaurant and Wine Bar Owners Scott and Rachel Benjamin were involved in an accident this past weekend near the Appalachian Trail...

Man pleads no contest in armed robbery that locked down KSU

A man who was arrested after a series of thefts that caused an hours-long lock-down on the K-State campus in September has reached a...

Interim diversity official named

Kansas State University has named Zelia Wiley as interim associate provost for diversity, effective Jan. 3. Wiley was the assistant dean for diversity and director...