Runners take off from the starting line at the seventh annual Speedy P.D. race Saturday morning at Tuttle Creek State Park. More than 700 participants competed in three races at the event.
More than 700 people participated in the seventh annual Speedy P.D. Race for Parkinson’s Disease Saturday morning. Among them were men, women, children — and even some Vikings.
Behind three players with double-doubles and a program-record 118 digs, the Kansas State volleyball team climbed back from a 2-1 deficit and beat Illinois State in five sets.
Kansas State football fans can get a glimpse of the 2015 Wildcats beginning Saturday with the K-State Football Preseason Special, as times for the show, in addition to the regular season Bill Snyder TV and Radio Shows, were announced this week.
The K-State men’s basketball home game with Ole Miss — as part of the third annual Big 12/SEC Challenge — will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 from Bramlage Coliseum.
Last year was a banner season for Kansas State volleyball player Katie Brand. As Brand goes into her junior season, her role is beginning to grow well beyond just that of a setter.
The Indians took the lead early in the first half and were never really threatened by the Lions in their season opener at Bishop Stadium.
As federal government officials prepare to sell this 840acre property off of the tip of Long Island, they have more to consider than just the Plum Island Animal Disease Center, an aging Biosafety Level 3 facility.
Float Kansas is convincing people to spend up to $70 for a one-hour session inside a Samadhi flotation tank that’s about 8 feet long and 4 feet wide with a cover that’s about 4 feet tall.
The building, located on Anderson Avenue about 10 miles north of Manhattan, is home to AsterHouse Design, owned by Amanda Purdom and Eryn Smith.
Now that K-State’s returning students have gotten reacquainted and new students have found their way around campus, we hope both groups extend their reach further.
Though the State Finance Council didn’t have much in the way of good news for the Manhattan-Ogden School District last week, the district’s ACT report was a step in the right direction.
News that the North Koreans again shelled South Korea during the annual “Ulichi Free-dom Guard” exercises brought back memories. Some time ago when I was still wearing a uniform, I participated in these exercises.
Well, Donald Trump must be right about immigration. None other than Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says so.
At least 90 percent of the people I’ve talked to in any sort of social situation since then probably know I’ve recently become the proud owner of a Craigslist couch.
Although the overall direction of the book is pretty apparent from the beginning, there are a few surprises near the end, and the story does not unfold entirely as expected.
“Movie Star” is written as a tell-all (fictional) autobiography of Lizzie Pepper, an actress who was married to celebrity Rob Mars and is now penning an exposé of their life together.
As Cole Porter advised in his lyrics for the 1948 Broadway musical “Kiss Me Kate,” this fall may be a good time to brush up on your Shakespeare.
With a comfortable lead most of the night and plenty of opportunities to insert most of his large roster into the match, Friday night’s 4-0 win over Lawrence High was exactly what Manhattan High head coach Frank Alonso wanted to see.
Sam Hankins is not like most eighth graders. He’s still a year away from attending high school, but is already one of the most decorated athletes in the Manhattan-Ogden school district.
A season ago, Manhattan High head boys’ soccer coach Frank Alonso wasn’t sure what to expect from a talented, but unproven, group of juniors on varsity.
With four sophomores and two freshmen on varsity, this is easily the youngest girls’ golf team Manhattan High head coach Chris George has ever had.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) — Kevin Doyle broke a tie in the 76th minute and the Colorado Rapids held on to beat Sporting Kansas City 2-1 on Saturday night.
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OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A white supremacist charged with killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City spent more than two hours Friday telling jurors how he planned the attacks and is sorry he didn't kill more people.
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