Operation Gridlock 2.0 plans to return to the Capitol this Wednesday to protest once more against the governor’s extended 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' executive order.
Electric scooters returned to East Lansing. City officials urge residents to be precautious to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Initially, a press release on April 3 announced the festival was going be canceled with no virtual component, but then organizers changed their minds.
Woodruff, an officer of three and a half years, is one of three officers who contribute to ELPD social media. In light of the quarantine situation, ELPD's Twitter content includes reminders to social distance and wash hands.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Spartans are helping professionals on the frontlines by raising funds and contributing resources to make 3D-printed personal protective equipment, or PPE, including N95 masks and face shields.
A crowd of an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 individuals participated in the "Operation Gridlock" protest against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's extension of the Stay home, Stay safe order at the capitol on Wednesday April 15.
Hospitals are only letting medical personnel into the rooms of COVID-19 patients. To account for this, priests in the East Lansing area pray with patients over the phone.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Monday that brought attention to the number of cases, a coalition calling on the Trump administration to expand access to affordable healthcare, a mental health hotline from the MDHHS, unemployment benefits and new drive-through testing sites across Michigan.
With K-12 classes suspended through June, parents whose children receive special education services face new challenges in the unprecedented time of at-home learning.
Families receiving Food Assistance Program benefits as well as those not currently enrolled in that program are included in the 895,000 students that will be receiving meals at over 2,000 locations and 700 mobile sites across Michigan, according to a press release.