Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Update: Photo of Wamego armed robbery suspect released

Wamego police responded to an armed robbery Friday afternoon that put schools on a brief lockdown just after 2:45 p.m. Police dispatch responded to a...

Zac Brown Band and Train to play Bill Snyder Family Stadium

Three-time Grammy Award winners and multi-platinum artists Zac Brown Band will headline the first major concert event at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in nearly...

K-State asked to examine off-campus rapes

Kansas State University fraternities are calling on the university to begin investigations of alleged sexual violence that occurs off campus, according to a report...

Hail and flooding with evacuations reported from Tuesday’s storms

Several days of severe weather came to a head in Manhattan and surrounding areas on Tuesday. KMAN's Cathy Dawes and Dave Lewis spoke with National...

4 federal agents injured during shootout at Topeka motel

TOPEKA -- Authorities say four federal agents suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot while trying to make an arrest at a Topeka motel. Police say two U.S. marshals...

New playmakers highlight K-State Spring Game

Last season, Kansas State's offense was limited by its lack of big-play ability. If Saturday's Purple-White Spring Game provided any indication of what's to...

KSU leaders, RCPD director comment on rape lawsuits

K-State and local leaders are looking for answers in the wake of two lawsuits filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court by two female students accusing...

Lawsuits allege K-State ignored fraternity house rapes

Two female students have sued Kansas State University, alleging it has refused to investigate their rapes at off-campus fraternity houses. The two civil rights lawsuits...

Wildcat family welcomes Myers to KSU

The wildcat family has welcomed their interim leader. Faculty, staff, and students at Kansas State University welcomed Gen. Richard B. Myers to campus Wednesday morning. Myers...

Sales tax question nears hands of general election voters in MHK

If you live in Manhattan you won't just be electing a president come November 8. City Commissioners accepted the ballot language for a tax increase...