RCPD activity report 8/29/16

Two injury accidents from Sunday are listed in a separate report! ### Officers with the Riley County Police Department responded to Via Christi Hospital Saturday night for...

Two injury accidents Sunday near Manhattan

Riley County Police and emergency crews responded to two injury accidents Sunday, with one near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and K13 Highway   at...

MHS mystery illness count grows to 54 students

The mystery illness that sent several Manhattan High School students home last week with vomiting and nausea symptoms has grown. Riley County Health Department Director...

Junction City man arrested for attempted murder

Junction City Police are investigating a stabbing reported late Sunday night. At approximately 11:43 p.m., members of the Junction City Police Department and emergency medical...

August Sales Tax Released

Manhattan's sales tax revenue for the month of August was released on Friday. According to Bernie Hayen, direct of finance, the numbers are down...

MCC breaks ground on new campus activity center

Report by Brennan Mense: After roughly 20 years of discussion and speculation, Manhattan Christian College broke ground on its new on-campus activity center. The center will...

Fort Riley reductions analyzed at community meeting

  After months of stakeholder meetings and data gathering,  a company that has been studying the impact of downsizing at Fort Riley on the area...

Mercy Community Health Foundation in Manhattan Names New Director

  Kristin Cottam has been named director of the Mercy Community Health Foundation, which supports programs benefitting associates and patients of Via Christi Hospital in...

RCPD Report 8/26/2016

Officers with the Riley County Police Department arrested Patricia Price, 38, of Randolph, Kansas on August 25, 2016 at approximately 3:40 PM. Price was...

Special 383 meeting continues facilities talk

Members of the USD 383 board of education held a special meeting on Wednesday evening focused on long range facilities planning. The board spent time...