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Residents and advocates for survivors of sexual assault came together to discuss ways to combat sexual violence at the East Lansing Public Library on Saturday.
A Housing and Urban Development official determined a 2013 sidewalk improvement project along Abbot Road to be ineligible for federal funding. Although the money will initially be returned, it can be used in future projects until it expires.
Hundreds of marchers descended upon the Capitol lawn in Lansing on Saturday to take part in the “March for Our Lives” — a national anti-gun violence protest organized in wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
New survey results compiled by Lansing firm Public Sector Consultants reach a similar conclusion as a previous survey: residents are divided on how to best handle the city's budget crisis.
Students, parents and faculty will take to the Michigan State Capitol on Saturday and march to remember those who lost their lives due to gun violence and to demand change.
White nationalist Gregory Conte was arrested at white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on March 5.
Moped riders are required to park in designated areas starting Aug. 1.
With assistance from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and Dart Container, East Lansing now has its own Styrofoam recycling station at 1800 E. State Rd.
Amid East Lansing city construction, residents push for more bike racks and a more bike-friendly downtown.
After dismissing Brianne Randall-Gay's complaint of sexual abuse by ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in 2004, Meridian Township Police has hired her to consult on criminal sexual conduct training.
These bills, focused around giving victims of sexual abuse more time to sue, increasing punishment for those who fail to report suspected abuse, eliminating governmental immunity for those who committed criminal sexual conduct and more, continue to be introduced, as the MSU community awaits change.
East Lansing City Council — minus Shanna Draheim — held its second meeting in three weeks on Tuesday.
Crimes reported during St. Patrick's Day weekend were relatively low compared to previous years, ELPD Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez said.
The Great Lakes Folk Festival will not be held in 2018, as construction projects downtown would pose logistical problems. Organizers hope to unveil a completely reworked festival in 2019.
Nine people arrested at the protest against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at MSU were at the 54B District Court Friday afternoon.
Interim President John Engler's testimony during an hour-long hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education painted a positive picture of MSU's on-campus response to sexual assault, but faced heavy scrutiny from legislators.
YouTuber, MSU alumnus and activist Tyler Oakley is giving back to his community. Oakley announced in a tweet that he is buying out his hometown theater in Lansing for a free showing of "Love, Simon" Saturday.