Children of former Michigan State University gymnastics coach Kathie Klages testified on the stand on Feb. 13. Among other witnesses providing testimony during Klages' criminal trial were former colleagues of Klages, specifically MSUs Associate Athletic Director Rick Atkinson.
The city of East Lansing hosted "An Evening with Joanne Bland" starring the civil right activist who participated in Selma march led by Martin Luther King Jr.
Foster Coffee, a brand rooted in its goal of “fostering community through coffee,” has made efforts to further its mission at its East Lansing location. Since opening in September, Foster has partnered with the Douglas J Aveda Institute, offering a study night for students where they could buy coffee and get a free massage to relax. During the week of Feb. 24, they will be partnering with Greek life at Michigan State University, sponsoring 14 different non-profits and constructing fundraisers with each of them.
Recent changes to the Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, or MSUFCU, Membership and Account Agreement features a mandatory Arbitration Agreement, including a waiver of class action lawsuits. Members have the option to opt-out of the Arbitration Agreement by notifying MSUFCU, of their decision within 30 days of receiving notice of these changes.
A man from Jackson County waived his right to a preliminary exam at East Lansing 54B District Court on Thursday, Feb. 6 after being charged with two felonies.
Will Kopachik, a retired MSU faculty member and tenured associate professor in the MSU’s Department of Integrative Biology, is recognized for founding and coaching the Science Olympiad team at East Lansing High School.
Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub owner Trisha Riley aspires to give back to the East Lansing community and implement recycling initiatives, too.
Kelly Arndt, director of the East Lansing Prime Time senior program for over 28 years, shares her passion for the aging population in East Lansing.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer delivered the Democratic response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union on Feb. 4 at East Lansing High School, shortly after Trump’s speech ended in Washington D.C.
East Lansing City Council approved a resolution opposing senate bills that would prevent local governments from limiting communication with immigration officials.