| November 18, 2017
Our reporters tackle how students who suffer with anxiety overcome the issues that come with it. We have A recap of the recent Lansing election and a preview of the upcoming firearms season. MSU held it’s 45th annual Black Power Rally. How is different this year?
The day after coming in third in a race for two seats on the East Lansing City Council, Susan Woods and her colleagues on the council said some emotional goodbyes.
Tuesday’s approval of a $69.7 million school issue in Mason met mixed reactions, feelings and testimony from both sides. Reactions concluded several interesting months for the community.
The Spartan Newsroom goes outside the newsroom as reporters talk about Obama’s jury duty, the MSU gala this weekend, UCLA’s basketball players issues, and NAACP news.
CHICAGO, Illinois- The No.1 ranked Duke Blue Devils defeated the No.2 Michigan State Spartans in the Champions Classic 88-81 on Tuesday night. Duke’s senior guard Grayson Allen led all scorers with 37 points and showed the nation he is not afraid of shining on the big stage. Spartans’ sophomore forward Miles Bridges, a preseason National […]
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The Spartan Sports Report sent reporters out to Chicago for the Champions Classic and Columbus for the MSU vs OSU football game. We bring you reports from both games and also talk MSU Men’s Soccer, who gets ready for the NCAA Tournament. That and more on this week’s show.
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A recent spring break trip has resulted in the exit of four varsity and junior variety baseball coaches at Holt High School. “Effective immediately, the Varsity and JV coaches and our assistant volunteer coaches have been placed on administrative leave,” superintendent David Hornak said in the announcement of investigation sent to parents April 12.
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A cozy feel, one-of-a-kind shops, gourmet food, and everything artsy: that’s the definition of Old Town for residents and visitors. “It’s very different from what you’d find in the Greater Lansing area where it’s mostly restaurant-based where we’re more boutique-based,” said Kathy Holcomb, owner of the Absolute Gallery.
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Williamston has a common theme throughout the town about their close-knit community feel and environment. Williamston High School not only serves just their students, but it also has opened itself up for business to the whole community, at the Williamston Community Pool and Fitness Center.
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DEWITT, Mich. -- DeWitt residents lined up at the DeWitt Township Community Center as early as 6:30 a.m. in order to vote when the doors opened at 7 a.m.
Eugena Stahl, who has worked elections in DeWitt for more than 30 years, said that despite all the hubbub surrounding this presidential race, everything was going smoothly and as planned.
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