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Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar has agreed to plead guilty to three federal charges of child pornography, according to reports. Nassar has been charged with acquiring and possessing "more than 37,000" images of child pornography as well as the destruction of these files.
The hope is that the project will turn the barrier into a gateway, said Lori Mullins, the community and economic development administrator for the City of East Lansing. The improved image will hopefully draw further investment to the region.
The East Lansing Police Department is hosting a sealed bid vehicle auction beginning on July 7 allowing for the chance to walk away with an impounded vehicle for cheap.
Number of former patients suing Nassar grows to 119. Former gymnast responds to USA Gymnastics report. More counts against Nassar bound over. MSU's legal costs for Nassar top $1 million.
Over 30 years ago, Jeff Murphy arrived at the East Lansing Police Department, eager for his first job in law enforcement. He was unaware he would eventually climb the ranks to become the city’s Chief of Police.
Fireworks use in East Lansing is restricted to the days before, of and after certain holidays. While penalties can be steep for improper use, enforcement centers around education and safety.
Former MSU basketball player Keith Appling accepted a plea deal on Monday requiring him to spend a year in jail, multiple media outlets reported.
An additional 13 counts of criminal sexual conduct against ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar were bound over to the Eaton County Circuit Court. The 13 counts came from three alleged victims. Of the 13 charges, seven are first degree charges and six are third degree charges.
1,300 participants from 450 families from all around the country traveled to campus this week to live, play and learn together this week.
Gran Fondo, an annual MSU cycling event, has raised more than $640,000 for skin cancer research, as well as helping fund programs that focus on awareness and prevention in its first four years.
Where is the outrage by the Michigan State University Board of Trustees over the alleged actions by Dr. Nassar? How is this different from the Penn State scandal? Why have heads not rolled at Michigan State University?
Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar will again appear in court — this time, in Eaton County. On Friday, Nassar will show up in the Eaton County District Court for a preliminary examination hearing, where he faces seven criminal sexual conduct charges of the first degree.
The City of East Lansing has procured co-counsel in Michael S. Bogren of law firm Plunkett Cooney to help defend the city against the federal lawsuit now being referred to as the Farmer’s Market case.
A sexual assault investigation urges cultural change. A new bill would make U.S. Center for SafeSport eligible for federal funding. Seventeen counts against Nassar bound over to Ingham County Circuit Court. How "socially skilled" child molesters get us to ignore red flags.
An administrative error will delay the Park District project's demolition schedule by at least a month, but city officials believe the error's impact will be "negligible."
Mike Rowe will become the new head coach and Nicole Curler will become associate head coach, effective July 1.
East Lansing has been ranked the second best college town by WalletHub, a financial website. The site examined 415 cities across the United States to determine which were the best for students considering furthering their education.