K-State’s first home football game is Saturday at 6:10 p.m. and there are some construction projects on access roads that may cause traffic delays, according to the City of Manhattan. US-24 at McCall Road and the east leg of McCall Road are reduced to one lane. K-13 (over Tuttle Creek Dam) is closed at the [...]
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Junction City/Geary County Drug Operations Group in a joint investigation arrested three local individuals for Conspiracy to Commit Capitol Murder and Violation of a No Contact Order, according to a news release from authorities. Those arrested were 34-year-old Amanda Edison of Grandview Plaza, 28-year-old Samuel Ibarra-Chu, also of [...]
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A threat made at Bill Snyder Family Stadium was unfounded late Thursday night. K-State Vice President for Communications and Marketing Jeff Morris told KMAN during Friday morning’s edition of In Focus that the K-State Police Department responded to a criminal threat to property call. Morris said nothing was found and that there is an ongoing investigation to [...]
Updated: Friday, 11:38 a.m. Authorities say a man found dead on a walking trail Thursday evening in Washington Marlatt Memorial Park near Top of the World in Manhattan was a suicide. Kansas State University Police identified the man as Steven Shawgo of Manhattan. No age has been provided. KSU PD said in a news release [...]
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Three people were arrested and charged with first-degree murder and burglary late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, according to a press release from the Junction City Police Department Wednesday night. 24-year-old Jacqueline Sampson of Fort Riley, 18-year-old Cameron Fontenot of Junction City and an unnamed 17-year-old Junction City resident were those apprehended and charged [...]
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An Alma woman was taken to Stormont Vail in Topeka following an accident Tuesday morning south of Eskridge in Wabaunsee County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 47-year-old Sara Diepenbrock was injured when she left the roadway in her 2013 Kia Sorento traveling westbound on K-31 just west of Chicken Creek Road and entered a [...]
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The Geary County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred at approximately 11 a.m. Friday morning in the 700 Block of West 14th Street in Junction City, according to a press release from the department. One person, who authorities will not identify at this time, has sustained life-threatening injuries as a result of a [...]
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Kansas politicians welcome the federal government’s peace offering to farmers hurt by tariffs and trade war threats enacted by the Trump administration — but are skeptical of what it means for agriculture in the long term. U.S. Senator Pat Roberts released a series of statements after the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday up to [...]
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Jurors reached a verdict in a May 2017 murder case Thursday inside the Riley County District Courthouse, according to media reports. Steven Harris, a Manhattan man accused of fatally shooting 39-year-old German Gonzalez-Garcia in the 2800 block of Nelson’s Landing north of Manhattan, has been convicted of second degree murder, attempted second degree murder and felon in [...]
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The Kansas Supreme Court has unanimously affirmed the Riley County District Court’s summary denial of Matthew Wilson’s post-sentence plea withdrawal motion. On the night of April 7, 2013, Wilson broke into an apartment and began shooting the occupants. During the ensuing panic, one occupant fired a defensive shot—meant for Wilson—that killed Michael Lowery, a Fort [...]
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