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The alleged victim's attorneys in the federal lawsuit filed against MSU, Karen Truskowski and Julie A. Jacot, released a statement Thursday afternoon that said Jane Does' "fears were proved true when she read the university's statement in response to her complaint." ESPN's Paula Lavigne first released the statement.
Two survivors of ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's abuse joined Democratic Attorney General candidate Pat Miles at a press conference on Thursday, criticizing comments made by fellow Democratic candidate Dana Nessel.
Michigan House legislators submitted a plan Wednesday to protect the children of Michigan as a result of the hundreds of women who were sexually abused by ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
East Lansing City Council met after a short delay caused by the budget work session. Here are three takeaways from Tuesday's meeting:
At City Hall, officials took a deep dive into the preliminary 2019 general fund budget during the first scheduled budget work session on Tuesday.
East Lansing Police Department has no set protocol for how and when liquor laws are enforced — instead it is up to the officer. Any patron at an East Lansing liquor establishment can expect random police checks to ensure public safety. This includes the possibility of a police officer asking any bar patron to provide identification in an attempt to deter under-age drinkers from frequenting liquor establishments, according to ELPD.
First Lady Sue Snyder announced Michigan's fourth annual “Inform. Empower. Prevent. Let’s End Campus Sexual Assault” summit to prevent sexual assault and change the culture on campuses.
Two leadership roles at The State News will change in 2018, and both positions are open to applications from the public.
After working for the CIA and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in the Pentagon, Elissa Slotkin is tackling a new challenge — Congress.
Note: This story was updated at 6:35 to include responses from MSU spokesperson Emily Guerrant and survivor Amanda Thomashow.
A recent rash of redevelopments might frustrate East Lansing residents for the foreseeable future, but the city is aiming to make things a little easier by rolling out a resource to limit the confusion.
John Donald Molloy, retired MSU professor and former board member for The State News, died at the age of 87 on March 27.
Gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed stopped by the MSU Union for an end-of-the-semester rally on Wednesday night to drum up support ahead of August's Democratic primary.
Former College of Osteopathic Medicine, or COM, dean William Strampel was arraigned March 27 on one felony charge and three misdemeanors for allegedly harassing students.
The James Madison College Conservatives hosted a Gubernatorial Republican Town Hall at the MSU Union Ballroom where candidates Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, Sen. Patrick Colbeck and Dr. Jim Hines discussed their takes on a variety of topics.
Because of construction on The Hub project, a portion of Cedar Street and the east lane of Bogue Street are scheduled to be closed from the alley that connects them to Grand River Avenue from April 2 to June 1, 2019.
According to Michigan law, many of the people who appeared in court for ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing should not have been allowed to give victim impact statements.
A law passed in December 2013 removed the state government oversight committee for the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine. And four months later, the Title IX investigation into ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar began.
MSU alumnus Abraham Aiyash is the first progressive Muslim Yemeni-American candidate running for State Senate in District 2.
According to state records, democratic gubernatorial candidate and MSU alumna Gretchen Whitmer received a $3,330 donation from former dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel.