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.
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.
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.
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.
Members of local, state and federal agencies gathered Friday in Riley County to honor those killed in the line of duty.
Kansas State University is increasing its popular on-campus housing options with a $70 million project.
Topeka Metro announced the "Kids Ride Free" program for the summer, to get kids involved in activities around Topeka.
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.
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.
A local technical college stepped up to surprise students at a Manhattan elementary school after learning that their school's mascot has been repeatedly destroyed.
Scientists at Kansas State University are gearing up to take on a major research initiative backed by a $9.6 million USDA grant.
You can now shop fresh food and plants from Kansas Farmers each Monday through October 7, 2013.
A charitable organization in Manhattan celebrated the opening of their new location Wednesday.
The 33rd Annual Designers' Showhouse benefiting Child Care Aware of Northeast & North Central Kansas, is open May 4-26, 2013.
Engineering students at Kansas State University put their skills to the test for a unique project that simulated the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
In the past several months, Riley County Police Department has been made aware of several scams that have claimed large amounts of money from several local victims.
The Riley County Police Department is encouraging schools, businesses and citizens to sign up to receive alerts through an emergency notification system the agency is now using.
Two Topeka schools are teaming up to support the family of a local family as she continues her fight to overcome brain cancer.
In an announcement Thursday, Gerry Vernon resigned as City Manager for the City of Junction City effective May 31, 2013. Mr. Vernon began work for Junction City in January 2010.
Riley County police say a 73-year-old Manhattan man fell victim to a lottery scam and lost $40,000 in the process.
Tracy Newell has been named the principal of Eisenhower Middle School in Manhattan. He replaces Greg Hoyt. Mr. Hoyt will be the principal of Manhattan High School beginning on July 1.
High school students from Junction City, Manhattan and Riley County are giving back to the community through a unique service project designed to empower them to step up and become leaders.
The Riley County Police Department showcased a day in the life of one of their police officers in a unique way Friday as they continue to find new ways to connect to the public, particularly through social media.
A new $10 million facility in Manhattan is helping develop new technologies for Kansas wheat farmer
A charitable gesture is helping the needy in the Wamego area.
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