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.
On Friday, the 25th Sunflower State Games kicked off with tennis, track and field, and much more.
Nearly $20,000 dollars in jewelry and other items were lifted from a Manhattan woman's home.
A 30-year-old man is accused of hitting another man in the head with a set of brass knuckles.
It sounds like something out of the movies, predict where and when a crime can happen. But the Riley County Police Department says they do e…
A custom motorcycle heist is under investigation in Riley County.
A peeping tom is on police radar after a young woman witnessed a man outside her bedroom window.
A run through sprinklers ends up costing two 26-year-olds nearly $800.00.
Distracted driving is a major problem on the roads, and it is not simple to enforce.
A Silver Lake graduate has been chosen as a Fulbright Award winner through his work at K-State.
Briggs Auto in Manhattan became a temporary chop shop for a couple of crooks.
All lanes of U.S. 24 from the U.S. 77 junction to the K-113 junction are still closed to all traffic northwest of Manhattan
Overnight storms keep Manhattan Fire Department busy with downed trees and fire calls.
Allowing employees to take smartphone microbreaks may be a benefit — rather than a disruption — for businesses.
The fire broke out around 1 a.m. Saturday in the Clay County town of Wakefield.
Kimball Avenue from North Manhattan Avenue to Tuttle Creek Boulevard will be closed each day this week from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Former K-State basketball players Shane Southwell, Jordan Henriquez, and Rodney McGruder will compete in NBA Summer Leagues.
Police then arrested Gerald Lucking for interference with law enforcement after RCPD found that he had shot himself in the foot.
New numbers released from the Potawatomie County Sheriff's Office show that 196 minors were cited.