The requirements of eligibility to be tested for COVID-19 have been expanded, and those who have mild symptoms and who have to leave home for work can now be tested. Michigan has over 250 testing locations, and each one can be found via the COVID-19 Test Finder on Michigan.gov.
Much of a nursing student's learning is hands-on. With the coronavirus pandemic, here's how Michigan State's nursing students have continued their learning virtually.
Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Director Steve Gray addressed the Joint Select Committee on the COVID-19 pandemic Wednesday addressing concerns over applications for unemployment benefits.
Would you feel safe coming back to campus? Would you take classes at a community college? Would you stay at MSU? We want to hear from you.
Following their "Operation Gridlock" protest at the Capitol, the Michigan Conservative Coalition hosts another protest in support of Owosso barber Karl Manke.
With K-12 in-classroom education suspended amid COVID-19, East Lansing Public Schools have offered parents a new response plan providing students with continued learning.
The NCAA has been busy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of the recent decisions and how they will affect MSU going forward.
Ahead of Memorial Day weekend, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a partial reopening of the state in a press conference Monday.
“It makes bill paying a little bit more complex,” Michigan-based artist Salina Kalnins said. “With the art fairs, it’s a gamble if you're going to make a lot of money or not, but you at least know you're probably going to make something. But now with them canceled, it's kind of up in the air, so it's a little nerve-wracking.”
The board approved a new code of ethics and updated the conflict of interest policy, both of which were previously enacted in 2006.
Presiding Judge Cynthia Stephens stated she will deliver her ruling in writing, which she declared “will certainly not be the last word” as the case is expected to make its way to the state Supreme Court.