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Spartan Marching Band Director and MSU professor John T. Madden will retire from the Spartan Marching Band and the university on Aug. 16. David Thornton, previously assistant director of bands and associate director of the Spartan Marching Band, was appointed as the new Spartan Marching Band director effective June 14.
Two events in Lansing last Saturday brought to light disagreements over Sharia and treatment of Muslims in Michigan. But while groups involved expressed a desire for dialogue, little effort has been made to reach across the aisle.
The City of East Lansing has yet to be served in regards to a federal lawsuit filed by Alliance Defending Freedom lawyers on behalf of The Country Mill owner Stephen Tennes, according to multiple city sources.
Upcoming court dates for ex-MSU doctor Nassar. Jurisdiction for a Nassar-related lawsuit has "turned nasty." MSU "needs a concrete action plan" moving forward. Michigan lawmakers only have so much power to force reforms. Four plaintiffs added allegations against MSU.
Mayor Mark Meadows and other members of council were common targets in a wave of mostly vulgar email responses to The Country Mill's lawsuit against the city.
George Hoover has owned Cottage Inn Pizza - East Lansing since 2002. Hoover said his aim to have fun with every customer helps sustain the restaurant's popularity.
Former MSU football staff member Curtis Blackwell reportedly "took it upon himself to investigate" the alleged sexual assault by three ex-MSU football players. He did not report the information until the police interviewed him, which violates MSU's mandatory reporting policy.
Students will have to register their mopeds with the university and must walk them on sidewalks starting next year, but will be allowed to park them at bike racks until Fall 2018.
The rest of the month of June will feature a plethora of events including court dates or meetings for three ex-MSU football athletes, ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar and MSU administration.
Two events in Lansing this weekend — a march against Sharia law and a show of solidarity against Islamophobia — bring the debate over Islam’s place in America to the center of the local political scene.
The project was funded through the arts council’s Artist in the Community grant, which awards up to $4,000 to a local artist every other year. The artist received $3,000 to complete the labyrinth.
MSU's Title IX office released its first mid-year Title IX report Tuesday. The report details specific incidents reported to MSU's Title IX office under the RVSM policy from Aug. 16, 2016 to Dec. 31, 2016.
Former USA Gymnastics CEO Steven Penny received a $1 million payout after resigning. Nassar built a reputation as one of the best gymnastics doctors in the nation for 20 years — through MSU. An attorney looks to quash a deposition subpoena relating to a Nassar lawsuit.
Auston Robertson was the unnamed player that reported three of his ex-teammates to MSU football head coach Mark Dantonio for allegedly raping a woman at a party on Jan. 16, according to MSU Board of Trustees member Mitch Lyons.
Four plaintiffs in a lawsuit related to ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar plan to file an amended complaint to add allegations against MSU defendants. If their motion for leave is granted, the plaintiffs will amend their original complaint — adding allegations against MSU defendants listed in the case.
East Lansing City Council voted 4-0 to approve the agreement. Demolition of the blighted Grand River buildings could begin later this summer, paving the way for a new hotel and other improvements.
Former MSU football player Joshua King was arraigned Wednesday morning in the 54-B District Court, on three charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault that took place on Jan. 16 at University Village apartments.
Attorney John Shea claimed on Wednesday ex-MSU football player Donnie Corley is innocent of raping a woman and is being falsely accused of a crime he did not commit.
Ex-MSU football player Demetric Vance was arraigned in the 54B district court Tuesday afternoon. He faces up to 15 years of prison if convicted.
The East Lansing Farmer's Market is officially underway for its 2017 edition. Opening Day came and went as vendors from across the state came together in East Lansing to sell their homegrown products.