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 Spartan Marching band has a special global performance planned for Saturday’s football game halftime show.
Two athletes were hit by a truck and injured riding mopeds on North Shaw. Four people killed, two injured when gunman opens fire in Northern California. Are you ready for some ribs or some brisket? A new BBQ joint opens up in Okemos, Saddleback BBQ. Australia legalizes same sex marriage resulting in a huge celebration.
While some Mason residents think voting yes on the Mason bond proposal is a no-brainer, other residents don’t agree.
Voters in the Lansing area are using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to share their excitement to vote in this year’s local election. Some people shared their “I Voted” sticker while others posted motivating messages attempting to get others to head to the polls. https://storify.com/lancecohen320/lansing-voters-use-social-media-to-express-voting–5a01db7b718daf7b1b58b589
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For those who may disagree about ‘open carry’ should read the second amendment of the constitution: “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed” (“The Constitution of the United States,” Amendment 2). And “The right of the people to keep and bare arms,” is exercised annually in Lansing, at the city’s Capitol building. Wednesday, April 26 , nearly 400 activists stood strong behind the 2nd amendment by commemorating together in a peaceful protest amongst citizens and supporters. “It’s an open carry rally to educate the public on what your rights really are when it comes to fire arms,” said Sheriff Dar Leaf of Barry County. Leaf attends the rally each year because it’s important to him as a sheriff and citizen in the state of Michigan.
|Author Heather Shumaker recounts the multi-generational tale of how grassroots conservation activists successfully saved Michigan's iconic Arcadia Dunes along the Lake Michigan coastline.
An East Lansing man announced his intention to run for the 69th District state House of Representatives during the April 11 City Council meeting.