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The rules dealt with illegal immigration, in an effort to combat what the ACLU calls President “(Donald) Trump’s mass deportation agenda.” Local ACLU activists met with East Lansing Police Chief Jeff Murphy in weeks prior to ask the department to implement the rules.
To accommodate the upcoming festivities, several downtown streets and parking lots will be closed over the weekend.
While Nassar's alleged victims begin to testify, the former President of USA Gymnastics, who resigned after the Nassar scandal came to light, had his deposition delayed to attend the Indy 500 to "network."
After the first of three preliminary examination hearings on Friday, it is still unclear as to whether or not ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar will stand trial on charges of criminal sexual assault at the 55th District Court in Ingham County. Nassar currently faces 15 first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges at the 55th District Court.
Michigan First Lady Sue Snyder announced her plans to develop a campus sexual assault workgroup Friday morning in a press release. The new initiative will create resources for campus sexual assault survivors across the state.
A preliminary examination hearing is currently being held to determine whether there is enough evidence for ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar to stand on trial against criminal sexual assault charges. Nassar currently faces 15 first-degree criminal sexual assault charges in the 55th District Court in Ingham County.
The new website, Our Commitment, has been introduced with an accompanying video of MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon following her April 26 letter to students.
East Lansing residents, active in city matters of various importance and scale, showed up again at Tuesday night's East Lansing City Council meeting, this time to question the city over the proposed $132 million Center City District development.
Former Ingham County Commissioner Penelope Tsernoglou will run for state representative in 2018, she announced in a press release Wednesday.
Wary and curious of the $132 million development proposed for the heart of the city he’s called home since childhood, Marvin Dunn showed up to Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza Monday evening to get a better sense of what might be.
The developers decided not to present in front of council, wanting more time for community feedback in order to cement a well-received project.
East Lansing Police Chief Jeff Murphy announced he will retire on June 2, after more than 30 years of service.
MSU alumnus Russell “Russ” Palmer, CEO of the Philadelphia-based private investment group, The Palmer Group, gifted $2 million toward the construction of MSU’s planned Business Pavilion.
MSU is suing ESPN over a public records request for police reports regarding ongoing sexual assault investigations, according to the Lansing State Journal.
Public access to ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's preliminary hearing in Ingham County will vary depending on which plaintiff testifies, as ruled by a 55th District Court Judge Monday according to the Lansing State Journal.
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar will no longer defend himself against the allegations of sexual assault listed in a civil complaint from 20 of the Survivor-Plaintiffs, according to a press release from Mick S. Grewal, an attorney in the case. His office represents 28 survivors.
Former MSU doctor Larry Nassar has been released from Newaygo County custody, according to a Michigan VINE Service alert.
East Lansing policy has allowed concessionaire carts since 1992, and food trucks were added in 2012. The first pilot program took place in 2015 and was brought back for this year. Pilot programs will also take place in 2018 and 2019.
The East Lansing Planning Commission — and the community — are equally split on the Center City District project. By a Wednesday night vote of 4-4, the commission failed to recommend City Council pass the project’s site plan and special use permits.
In 2015, 20 moped crashes took place within 5,000 feet of the intersection of Wilson Road and Farm Lane, according to a Michigan Traffic Crash Facts report. The 2015 crashes represent 27 percent of the total amount of crashes, which totals 74.