Kansas Supreme Court affirms appeals court ruling in KSU employee firing

Editor's note: KMAN originally reported this case as a loss for the fired K-State employee. That was incorrect. Instead, the case continues and will...

K-State, sorority respond to racist Snapchat photo

A former student has put K-State in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons Thursday. A Snapchat photo went viral after two women were seen...

Chris Stapleton, Alan Jackson to headline 2017 Country Stampede

Country music superstar Chris Stapleton has been announced as a headliner for the 2017 Country Stampede, according to a press release from the festival. Already...

K-State eager to show improvement in home opener

It's no figment of imagination that the wait for Kansas State's first home game of the season has been longer than usual. After a...

City of Manhattan releases floodplain plan

The Big Blue and Kansas Rivers Floodplain Management Plan, developed by a collection of local agencies, is now available for review and comment. The City...

UPDATE: Woman in serious condition following Monday wreck on Kimball

UPDATE: Wednesday noon The Riley County Police Department updated information regarding a Monday morning accident on Kimball Avenue in Manhattan. Lisa Curtright, 52, who was life-flighted...

Fort Riley adds name to monument, reflects on 15th anniversary of 9/11

FORT RILEY -- It's been 15 years since the events of Sept. 11, 2001. But on Sunday at Fort Riley, the pain of that...

Burton waives preliminary hearing in unlawful sexual relations case

A prominent Manhattan businessman and former K-State backup quarterback waived his right to a preliminary hearing in the Riley County District Courthouse Friday afternoon. Zachary Burton,...

Surveys sent to parents; officials still investigating USD 383 illness

The mystery illness that has sent several students and faculty members home with vomiting, diarrhea and nausea symptoms since Aug. 22 is still an enigma. "We...

Sentencing postponed for man accused of aiding Fort Riley bomb plot

TOPEKA -- Sentencing has been postponed for a 29-year-old Topeka man accused of helping a would-be jihadist's unsuccessful plot to bomb Fort Riley. U.S. District Judge Daniel...