Wednesday, May 25, 2016

New York bio-science company announces expansion to Little Apple

City and university officials have announced that Orion Integrated Biosciences, Larchmont, New York, has opened a new office in Manhattan to work more closely...

Smith fails to show for arraignment

  Riley County Police are looking for a Manhattan man after he failed to show up in Riley County Court, Monday afternoon. Richard Smith was set...

Arrest in child death case

UPDATE 1:54 p.m.: Following the death of an infant last week, a Manhattan man made his first appearance in court Monday afternoon. Andrew Gibson appeared in...

PHOTO GALLERY: Yard Art Car Show enjoys ‘perfect’ weather

The Little Apple had the weather car show lovers (and entrants) dream of Saturday. Nearly 200 cars and trucks of various years, models and function...

RCPD Report 5/7/2016

Riley County Police arrested an Ogden woman for a myriad of drug related crimes. Tara Sotkovski (26) was picked up in the 200...

Students de-stress with camel rides in Bosco Plaza

Finals week is approaching for K-State students, and the campus' Union Program Council decided to help the community get over the hump on Wednesday by...

Chamber president recruits at Plum Island

Cranes and construction can be seen in Manhattan as you drive past the K-State campus on Kimball Avenue. In five years, the National Bio...

Possible change of plea in Fort Riley bomb plot

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Federal court documents show that a 29-year-old Topeka man plans to plead guilty to a conspiracy charge in connection with...

Mascot opponents continue to make voices heard at USD 383

The talk of change seems to be growing louder in Manhattan, and now the message has finally become clear to the USD 383 Board...

Property tax lid discussed by KCCA in Manhattan

Frustration was evident at Wednesday's Kansas County Commissioners Association meeting being held in Manhattan,  with a panel discussion regarding the property tax lid now required...