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The Lugnuts held "solar eclipse day" at Cooley Law School Stadium for the game, providing the first 1,000 attendees with free eclipse glasses. Play was briefly stopped during peak totality in the last third of the game, allowing a few minutes of uninterrupted viewing.
East Lansing Police are investigating the death of an MSU student who apparently overdosed on heroin, reports say.
Alleged Nassar victims and former gymnasts call for new USA Gymnastics leadership. The P&G Gymnastics Championships begin amidst heavy criticism. Eaton County trial date will happen at an undetermined date in 2018. USA Gymnastics could be in violation of a California law after reaching a confidential settlement. Civil lawsuits against Nassar, MSU and others is in a mediation phase.
Unlike many eclipses, Monday’s eclipse will be visible to a vast majority of the United States.
After a complication with law enforcement officials, MSU refused a request from the National Policy Institute to rent space on campus, a statement released Thursday afternoon confirms.
Park District continues its long saga as demolition is delayed once again.
Should MSU decide to host a speaker from the National Policy Institute, it would not be the first time in recent memory campus has hosted a controversial speaker.
The National Policy Institute, an organization headed by white supremacist Richard Spencer, has contacted MSU and intends to rent space for a speaker on campus, a statement released Wednesday afternoon by President Lou Anna K. Simon stated.
The closing of the main location was heavily lamented by students, but now the months-long wait for a downtown Conrad's location is over.
Sparkes, a captain under previous Police Chief Jeff Murphy, has worked at ELPD since 1987.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon made offers to the City of East Lansing of $10 million and $20 million of university funds multiple times during the course of three weeks to stave off an income tax ballot measure, which the university believes will disproportionately affect its students and employees.
Police say former Spartan Zach Randolph was arrested Wednesday night in Los Angeles for suspected drug possession, KCBS in Sacramento reported.
Check out some sights and sounds from the first day of live contact. The Spartans practiced for just the fifth time in 2017. The players also were in full pads.
A Wayne County judge followed the sentence agreement and sentenced Appling to one year in Wayne County Jail and five years of probation.
Making its debut July 26 at the Old Town Playhouse near downtown Traverse City, “Stay With Me” was one of several dozen films premiered at the festival.
MSU will soon establish a registry for Flint residents as part of a $14.4 million grant, in an effort to guide them to resources and programs “designed to minimize the effects of lead on their health,” according to a press release from MSU.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's cases in Ingham County have been consolidated into one case. The trial date is now set for Dec. 4. In the wake of sexual abuse scandals, USA Gymnastics has also hired two experts to "protect athletes."
More than 100 witnesses were questioned by MSU police in the investigation into sexual assault allegations against three MSU football players, according to new information found in the investigation's police report. The report was obtained by MLive through a Freedom of Information Act request.