The Riley County Police Department has been nationally re-accredited after a rigorous assessment process and the agency received an excellence award given to only several departments from across the nation.
A new hotel is now open for business in the Little Apple, part of Manhattan’s massive downtown redevelopment efforts.
Another group of Fort Riley soldiers is home with their families, reuniting with their loved ones Wednesday after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan.
Kansas State University students are spending hours on their feet this week to help bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking.
The City of Manhattan is pleased to announce four finalists for the position of Director of the Flint Hills Discovery Center. The finalists were selected following a nationwide search.
After decades spent serving and protecting the community, Manhattan Fire Chief Jerry Snyder is retiring.
A group of elementary students got a rare opportunity to visit Fort Riley for an inside look at what soldiers do on a daily basis at the installation as they train for combat.
Investigators continue working to determine what caused last week's devastating fire at the historic Kirby House in Abilene.
An organization of thousands of soldiers and veterans now has a new home base near Fort Riley, uniting those who have served in the 1st Infantry Division.
Road crews in Manhattan continued working Friday, clearing streets in the aftermath of this week's snowfall.
Residents in Junction City and Manhattan are shoveling out from under the snow. Meanwhile, authorities are looking ahead and expressing concern about area roadways and the safety of drivers.
Riley County firefighters had their work cut out for them as flames tore through a home early Thursday morning. The homeowner believes the fire started near the propane furnace.
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