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US, Michigan State University reach deal over harassment...

The U.S. Education Department says MSU failed to promptly investigate two complaints by students, although the investigations ultimately were "thorough and equitable."

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Nearly 200 tickets issued during CMU student welcome weekend

Welcome Weekend is the start of school year at Central Michigan and has gained a reputation for rowdiness in student neighborhoods around the school.

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Roads stalemate drags on in Lansing

The Detroit Delegation had extensive talks with Gov. Rick Snyder.

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East Lansing voters OK pot decriminalization

Voters in a number of Michigan communities have approved similar measures in recent years.

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Consumers Energy donates more than $200,000 to robotics...

Consumers Energy is supporting the next generation of engineers, scientists and workers in technology-related fields by donating more than $200,000 to robotics programs...

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MSU to survey students on sexual assault

In an effort to create more effective policies regarding sexual assault on college campuses and within the community, Michigan State University is asking students to participate in a survey that will be distributed by email on Monday.

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Michigan State: 'Don't get burned'

The city and campus have a tortured history of "riots" after university sporting events.

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Michigan State football player charged with brandishing gun

Williams has been suspended indefinitely from all Michigan State football team-related activities.

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Audit blames MDOT for not enforcing warranties on road fixes

State auditors are putting the blame on the Michigan Department of Transportation for the states road woes.

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Police: 1 dead, 1 injured in East Lansing shooting

Police say a Lansing-area man is dead and another is injured following a shooting at a parking structure near Michigan State University's campus.

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MSU expands organic farmer training program

Michigan State University is expanding its organic farmer training program, to help...

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Path to fix Michigan roads looking bumpy

Citing philosophical differences, the bipartisan team that was in place to attempt to get Michiganders to vote yes on a sales tax increase in May to fix the roads is now off the ballot proposal.

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