A senior Fort Riley leader will conduct a Listening Session on Thursday. Brigadier General Don MacWillie, the assistant division commander for support, will address the public during an open forum at the 1st Infantry Division Headquarters.
Two 1st Infantry Division Soldiers who recently returned from Afghanistan beat 76 of their fellow Rangers to earn a top 15 spot at the Best Ranger Competition.
Thousands turned out in Wamego Saturday to celebrate spring during the popular Tulip Festival.
An Olathe woman and her husband are making headlines across the state for their individual fishing records. One of those records was set this weekend during a tournament at Milford Lake.
Curt Loupe, Director of Parks and Recreation in Manhattan, has resigned his position as of April 10, 2013.
It was the scene of the biggest and costliest fire in Manhattan’s history but after recovering from the destruction, crews have completed work on a downtown building.
A $100,000 gift from AT&T will make the planned Welcome Center at Kansas State University even more welcoming.The gift is for an information display in the center, which will be in the east side of Memorial Stadium.
The hotel industry continues to expand in Manhattan as crews gear up to start work on two brand new facilities.
Downtown Manhattan is getting a major face lift and residents, patrons and business owners are being brought up to speed on the enhancement projects and what they can expect.
If electronic waste like old computers, TVs, cellphones and more are gathering dust in the basement or garage, then it's time for some "green cleaning" with the help of Manhattan's second electronic waste collection event
Kansas State University head football coach Bill Snyder shared some of his secrets to success both on and off the field with a crowd in Manhattan Tuesday.
Posted: 05/21/13 - Four sisters are preparing to start a new chapter their lives, the next step in their journey together. The Manhattan High School graduates are part of Kansas' first set of quintuplets. Read More
Posted: 05/19/13 - Weather threatened Junction City High School's graduation Sunday night and even though the ceremony had to be moved indoors, it didn't dampen the mood. Read More
Posted: 05/19/13 - The weather held out in the Little Apple Sunday as hundreds of Manhattan High School students received their diplomas after four years of hard work. Read More
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