Tessa Osborne and Griffin Wiles dig into the recent wake of COVID-19, how it’s impacting our day to day lives, local businesses and the broader lens of the world. They discuss their own experiences living life in self-quarantine and updates surrounding Michigan State University's action in all of this. Tessa and Griffin's views do not reflect those of The State News.
East Lansing Board of Education President Erin Graham created a form to connect residents in need with those sharing resources amid COVID-19 concerns.
While in-person transactions at the transportation center will temporarily be suspended, riders can still board buses using its current bus pullouts.
54-A District Court will be closed to the public until April 3 amid COVID-19 concerns, according to a press release from court officials. 54B District court will also be closed to the public until April 5 in accordance with the East Lansing local state of emergency.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, or MDHHS, will begin reporting COVID-19 case numbers at a new time with new metrics starting Tuesday, March 17.
An online petition is asking for all Michigan State University spring 2020 semester courses to be evaluated on a credit-no credit format in the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Red Cedar 'global village' Project, the $250 million construction project that is transforming the former Red Cedar golf course into a multi-use retail space is proceeding on schedule.
Michigan Flyer-AirRide, Indian Trails’ airport shuttle service, announced Friday they will be suspending all daily runs between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Detroit Metro Airport March 16 through April 16.
MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. said he was concerned with lines at local bars following a rise in COVID-19 cases across Michigan.