Officials are reminding parents of students at Manhattan/Ogden schools that free lunches are available to students participating in the summer program.
The Helen Hocker Center for the Performing Arts Bathhouse Players are pleased to announce the second summer musical of 2012, “How To Eat Like A Child”
Members of a national charitable group are making their way across the country to raise awareness for their cause and on Friday, they made a stop in the Little Apple.
A collaboration between Kansas State University and the Manhattan-Ogden School District exposed students to some hands-on, interactive learning.
As Andy Taylor or Matlock, Americans loved the actor and in his original days, a standup comic, who's career of entertaining Americans lasted for nearly sixty years.
Readers from Alabama to Australia petition publishers for more access to books they can read on their devices.
The Red Cross says its blood supply has reached emergency levels, leaving about half the readily available blood products on hand today than this time last year.
Looking for a blues show this weekend? You won't find one better than the Nick Hern Band concert at Lake Shawnee this Sunday.
A year ago thieves took all the excitement of night time baseball away from the young ball players at dornwood park when they stole the expensive copper wiring that operated the ballfields lights and scoreboard. With the help of the newly formed Shawnee County Parks and rec fitting the fields with aluminum wiring that is able to be funneled underground and more secure.
Kansans can make purple colored baby caps to help educate parents and caregivers about normal infant crying and the dangers of shaking an infant.
Fishing and boating have ramped up with outdoor lovers wanting to cool off and beat the heat, but unknowingly they might be bringing back an invasive species and transferring them from lake to lake.
Their performance will include military marches, patriotic music, big band selections and a salute to veterans and their families. Don't forget your lawn chairs!
Updated: 05/18/13 - More than 3,300 Kansas State University students celebrated their graduation this weekend, looking back at their time spent at K-State and ahead at their future. One graduate received her diploma with very mixed emotions. Read More
Updated: 05/17/13 - Members of local, state and federal agencies gathered Friday in Riley County to honor those killed in the line of duty. Read More
Updated: 05/16/13 - Kansas State University is increasing its popular on-campus housing options with a $70 million project. Read More
Posted: 05/14/13 - A group of Manhattan businesses and health care providers came together in effort to combat bullying in local schools. They made it possible for middle school students to see a film being shown across the country that sheds stark light on the problem. Read More
Updated: 05/14/13 - It was a story that touched many of WIBW's viewers- a Wamego couple celebrating their 79th wedding anniversary and revealing their advice to other couples for such a long and happy marriage. Read More