With practices prohibited, The State News takes a look at Mel Tucker's first spring leading MSU football.
Despite all of the unknowns surrounding COVID-19's impact on the world, the key to getting through this crisis is remembering our humanity.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed the public March 18 following the first death from COVID-19 complications in Michigan.
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.