Two shootings were reported on I-96 in Livingston County earlier Saturday, and police believe they are connected to 22 other shootings that occurred late last week, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Two MSU women basketball players, Kiana Johnson and Akyah Taylor, are suspended for the first nine games of the upcoming season, according to the Associated Press. MSU officials said NCAA guidelines “related to receipt of extra benefits” were violated. Keep checking statenews.com and future print editions of The State News for more on this developing story.
As part of an ongoing police investigation concerning the assault of advertising junior Brandon Carmack, a State News staffer has submitted a statement to the East Lansing Police Department.
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