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In November, the Fourth National Climate Assessment was published by the research program. The report interprets the findings of the research program, analyzes the effects of global change on the environment and analyzes current trends in global change, both human-induced and natural. Local governments and businesses already are dealing with the issues the report addresses.
Soccer for the Michigan State Spartans has finished for this season. However, there is some buzz being created in the Lansing area as the sport continues to grow.
For MSU senior Macy Lockhard she’s the first to receive an admission letter to Wayne State University. “For me, I’ve always been someone who wanted to dedicate my life to others,” said Lockhart. Her dream manifested into a reality.
Blue rubber ducks have been popping up over Bath Township and it’s making a difference within the art community. The Blue Loop is an art instillation in the backyard of Robert Park’s house in Bath, Michigan. It’s located on his wooden property, hidden behind trees full of blue recycled materials following a pathway.
Michigan voters came out in numbers last week to protest the recent changes to the minimum wage and paid sick leave laws that were approved early this year. The new bills, which passed the House and Senate during the lame-duck session, significantly alter the original legislation. Coming from various cities across Michigan, women and men […]
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Dec. 7, 2018 – Week 14 To: CNS Editors From: Dave Poulson and Sheila Schimpf http://news.jrn.msu.edu/capitalnewsservice/ Editors note that this is the last regular file of the fall semester. Next week we will move a bonus package of still-timely stories that moved earlier and that you may have missed. For technical problems, contact CNS technical […]
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On the last show of the semester, Interim President John Engler has put a halt to a fund dedicated to help Larry Nassar survivors. Plus, a easy way to get money in Michigan could soon not be possible.
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Whether they had an important issue on their mind — from local millage proposals to statewide ones — or a party that they wanted to support, voters at Delhi Township precincts had as mission as they went to the polls on Tuesday. Township voters will decide four local proposals, including a property tax renewal for police and fire services and new property tax requests to support parks and recreation improvements and to repair fire and emergency services equipment.
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Lauren Schwartz loves letting the kittens out of their kennels to play and be petted at the Capital Area Humane Society. Schwartz, a junior at Michigan State, loves going to the humane society to get away from the stress of academics and volleyball.
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With the help of online shopping, people from all over the world are able to shop and help support businesses. Now, people from all over the world can shop and help support businesses in the greater Lansing area through eBay.
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The sounds of bulldozers and the the smell of fresh wood is in the air at Eastern High School, where new athletic facilities are being built.
There have been minimal athletic facilities available to kids since the school was founded in 1928. That's about to change with the new football field, soccer fields, track fields and a press box under construction.
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