One Monday, five of the Big 12's ten coaches met with the media to talk about the upcoming college football season. The remaining five will …
A road rage incident between a driver and a bicyclist ended with one man getting a notice to appear citation.
Due to the high temperatures, additional crews were called to the scene.
More on this story tonight on Kansas First News.
The Junction City Brigade came storming back from the loser's bracket to surprise everyone at the 2014 Summer Classic on Sunday.
The fair will feature 4-H events, a pedal tractor pull, and carnival food.
Five years after first adopting the use of stun guns the Riley County Police Department is about to get an upgrade.
Researchers at Kansas State University say their research and a recent change in bedbug fumigation will make it cheaper to get rid of the pe…
A 28-year-old Ogden man couldn't out run Riley County officers after a police pursuit and car chase.
Riley County officers are searching for a Harry Potter sword Thursday.
Crash killed retired gynecologist Ronald Marshall of Manhattan and Chris Gruber, the development director for the college of veterinary medi…
A young woman claims that she was raped by a man she knew.
A Manhattan man hit in the head with a beer bottle while in a fight is awaiting the results of an investigation.
Police arrived on scene and found that a hotel patron struck an employee in the face after being asked to leave.
The vehicle police are looking for is a red late 90's Ford F-150.
A Manhattan man was arrested on a possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of narcotic drug offenses.
Three Kansas State Wildcat football players, B.J. Finney, Cody Whitehair, and Ryan Mueller, were added to the Lombardi award watch list on M…
Kansas State University says it received $212 million in gifts and commitments for the fiscal year that ended June 30.
A mosquito-borne illness that a top Kansas State University researcher says can knock people down for weeks or months at a time has come to …
Riley County Police officers and Manhattan Fire Fighters engaged in a bit of friendly competition Saturday, all for a good cause.