Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Kansas City reports data breach

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City says about 790,000 of its members are being notified that some of their...

Several drug-related arrests in Manhattan

Officers with the Riley County Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit with the assistance of the Junction City, Geary County Drug Task Force made several...

K-State volleyball picked 6th in Big 12 preseason poll

K-State volleyball will finish 6th in the Big 12 this season, according to the 2016 Big 12 preseason poll. The poll is determined by...

383 approves budget and teacher agreement

Mark your calendars for August 17, because after months of political turmoil and budgetary suspense, USD 383 board of education members approved the 2016-2017...

Primary Election Results

(updated 5:33 a.m. Wednesday) Riley County: County Commission District 2  Rodriguez wins over incumbent Boyd. (21 of 21 precincts reporting) Robert Boyd - 758 votes / 42% Marvin Rodriguez - 1,058 votes...

Brownback honors Khan family, calls for ‘civility and respect’

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback urged citizens to practice "civility and respect" Monday night in a statement from his office before Tuesday's primary. Brownback also expressed...

Smith sentenced to 40 months for gun, drug charges

A Manhattan man who shot and killed a 21-year-old K-State student who mistakenly approached his residence in December was sentenced Monday for criminal possession of a firearm...

State primary features key races for Congress, Legislature

TOPEKA -- Kansas voters will decide whether they want to alter the balance of power in the Legislature and replace two Republican congressmen in Tuesday's primary...

Still time for advanced voting as Tuesday primaries nears

Primary elections are Tuesday and there is still time to take part in advanced voting in Riley County. Advanced voting is open Friday through 7...

Shawnee judge to consider blocking state’s two-tiered voting

TOPEKA -- A Kansas judge will consider blocking election officials from tossing out potentially thousands of votes in state and local races from people who've registered...