On this edition of Focal Point, EEE continues to spread through the state as government takes action with aerial pesticide treatments. Also, Governor Whitmer vetos a plan for millions in funding towards the Pure Michigan commercials. Plus, the MSU Surplus Store features a pretty unique item for sale. In sports, Spartan Football went on the road to face the Buckeyes in Columbus, a blacked-out night game. In entertainment, The Addams Family, Joker, and more hit the box office.
On this edition of the Spartan Sports Report we have a cinematic edit of last weeks football game against Ohio State! Also highlights from both mens and women soccer. That and more on this weeks episode!
On this weeks episode highlights from Michigan States homecoming date against Indiana! Also, we look forward to the Spartans upcoming matchup against the Buckeyes in Columbus. In addtition, the mens soccer team gets their first win of the season! That and more on this episode of the Spartan Sports Report!
On this weeks episode of the Spartan Sports Report, Sam Britten and Julian Mitchell take us to Evanston for highlights from Michigan State football’s first Big Ten matchup of the season. Also, a recap of the women’s field hockey teams most recent matchup. That and more on this weeks episode of the Spartan Sports Report.
On this episode of Spartan Sports Report, Ben Buzzell and Ian Gilmour go over Michigan State University Football’s shocking loss to Arizona State University and what it means moving forward for Mark Dantonio’s team. Also, Women’s Soccer started off the season on a hot streak as they faced Bowling Green in a game that went into extra time. MSU Women’s Field Hockey, being ranked for the first time since 2015, took on number 3 ranked UConn. To wrap things up, the Women’s volleyball team faced off against the North Carolina Tar Heels in their last game before their Western Michigan Tournament begins. Tune in to see the results of each game!
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VEHICLE THEFTS — Michigan vehicle thefts dropped from 50,000 in 2006 to less than 20,000 in 2017, according to a recent auditor general’s report.
Counselors, administrators and students in Okemos, Williamston and Haslett report an increase in anxiety issues among high school students across the state and are working hard to educate students about mental illness.
The men’s basketball team took on top overall seed Duke for the final spot in the Elite Eight. Our very own Joey Ellis was in Washington, D.C. to cover the epic matchup. Also, the men’s baseball team took on rival Michigan. That and more on this week’s Spartan Sports Report.
Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act requires most local and state governmental entities to provide public access to their records. But local governments often have different resources based on their size to respond to such requests by citizens.