Gov. Brownback visits Manhattan for ag summit, says industry has ‘not been pretty’

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback summed up the situation his state is facing when it comes to its core industry -- agriculture -- bluntly. "It's not been...

Snyder tabs Ertz to lead K-State offense

In a largely unsurprising announcement Monday morning, Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder said Jesse Ertz will be the Wildcats' starting quarterback when K-State...

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...

Audit: State’s civil forfeiture laws too vague

WICHITA -- An audit has found some Kansas law enforcement agencies are taking advantage of vague state forfeiture laws to use those proceeds to pay for...

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...

Update on MHS sickness from Riley County Health Department

Update 4 p.m. Thursday: 16 Manhattan High School Students have reported nausea and vomiting since Monday. An additional 7 students who stayed home reported similar symptoms. Riley County...

Sentencing delayed for role in foiled Fort Riley bomb plot

Updated Friday morning: TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A federal judge has set a new sentencing date for a Kansas man who has admitted aiding a...

Moran meets with KSU scientists on Zika, addresses lack of congressional funding

While a vast majority of the 2,000-plus confirmed cases of Zika in the U.S. are travel-related, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Sen....