Officials with the Kansas Highway Patrol say it is unclear why a Fort Riley soldier was fleeing from troopers on Interstate 70, leading to a crash that claimed his life.
North Korea launched three short-range guided missiles into the sea off the Korean Peninsula's east coast Saturday, South Korea's semi-official news agency Yonhap cited the South Korean Defense Ministry as saying.
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.
Some 2,400 civilian employees at Fort Riley will be docked 11 days of pay due to federal furloughs that are going to be implemented on the installation.
Lt. Col. Darin Haas turned himself in to police late Wednesday on charges of violating an order of protection and stalking.
Sgt. 1st Class Trenton L. Rhea, from the northwest Kansas town of Oakley, dies Tuesday in Afghanistan.
Members of the Manhattan business community were given an update Wednesday on some big changes coming to the Army and Fort Riley in the midst of budget reductions and downsizing. Officials revealed how the changes will impact the area.
Department of Defense furloughs will affect Kansas National Guard, Adjutant General’s Department.
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Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, who heads the Kansas National Guard, says approximately 1100 Kansas National Guard employees will feel the pinch of federal budget cuts.
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