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A state’s budget is one of the most impactful pieces of legislation a state government can pass, but the legalese, political language, and fighting among lawmakers can make it one of the most confusing laws for the average citizen to decipher, despite its effect on our everyday lives.
After a brief stay from Bird and Lime last year, dockless electric scooters will once again be available to Michigan State students as soon as next week from Gotcha after they hosted a demonstration tent on campus.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's office warned Michigan consumers of recently released "Me Too Kits," claiming they violate several sections of Michigan's Consumer Protection Act.
RELATED: Applications increase, MSU welcomes largest class after using Common Application
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. has planned three meetings with sexual assault survivors this fall, in line with what he said he would do when first appointed.
The 18th-ranked Michigan State Spartans open their season against Tulsa University on Friday night. Here are some things to know before Friday night’s matchup.
For physics junior Ishmael Fasina, Michigan State’s newly-implemented tuition structure feels like added pressure.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees approved a budget that included raising the wages of returning MSU employees by 4%. The new pay rate was put into effect Aug. 4.
Two Michigan State students allegedly threatened to commit an act of terrorism against MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. during the first week of classes.
Michigan State football athletic trainer David Jager, charged with domestic violence and lying to police had a pretrial conference today in East Lansing District Court.
Michigan State senior defensive tackle Mike Panasiuk has an interesting way of describing when the Spartan defense can sense an opposing offense beginning to wilt.
Michigan State's incoming freshman class is predicted to consist of more than 8,500 students, the largest incoming class at the university, according to a university press release. Applications to MSU also increased this year to 44,000 applications — compared to 33,129 applications for the fall of 2018 — after switching to the Common Application.
Tailgating, packing into the student section, chanting the fight song and voice snippets from "300" echoing throughout Spartan Stadium are all tell-tale signs that a new season is here. While these events have already become a staple of campus tradition, Michigan State hoped to start a new one this year.
Students registered to vote in East Lansing have a chance to vote in the Nov. 5 East Lansing City Council election, and in an effort to best introduce our audience to the candidates, The State News will host a candidate series releasing interviews with additional candidates in the coming weeks.
Mark Dantonio has a message for his football team: Let the past be the past and focus on what's ahead.
A new school year with a new president has been marked by a motion filed by Michigan State University to dismiss lawsuits from over 100 survivors of Larry Nassar’s abuse.
Ex-Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon will officially retire from the university on Aug. 31, 2019 after 45 years. She will hold the titles of president emeritus and faculty emeritus with a payout of $2.45 million over three years.
The Capital Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, will place several changes to existing routes as the fall semester begins at Michigan State while transit service workers rally in Lansing for improved conditions and wages.
Two males with handguns entered the T-Mobile Cellular store at 2189 W. Grand River Ave., threatened an employee and left with an undisclosed amount of property and cash on Friday, August 23, according to Meridian Township Police.
What will you be doing on a Sunday in late February, a full six months from now, at 1 p.m.? What about four nights later, a Thursday, at 6:30 p.m.?