Riley County

Riley County

Riley County Kansas area information

Local transportation official recognized by state.

A local transportation official received some state recognition recently.  Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency Director Anne Smith was presented the Willie M Murry Award...

RCPD Activity Report 8/31

A 23-year-old man was arrested yesterday.  Joseph Brand of Manhattan was arrested on the offenses of possession of opiates, opium, or narcotic drugs and interference...

Vapers, homeowners weigh in at commission work session

E-cigarette smokers in Manhattan may soon be pushed outdoors as the result of a new ordinance being considered by the city commission. At Tuesday's...

Murder suspect arrested in Manhattan

An Oklahoma man wanted for two counts of murder in Oklahoma was arrested by Riley County police Monday in Manhattan. 21 year old Jamar...

RCPD activity report 8/30/16

(murder-related arrest in separate report) A Fort Riley man was arrested on Monday afternoon at approximately 3:55 PM in the 200 block of Custer Ave....

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...

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...

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...