Watch Focal Point: EEE Virus in Michigan, Governor Whitmer cuts funding For Pure Michigan commercials and more

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.

Watch Focal Point: Vaping ban, becoming a ‘no-kill’ state and more

On the first episode of Focal Point News this semester, we look at the vaping ban Governor Whitmer enacted. Also, Michigan is now a ‘no-kill’ state, what does that mean? Plus, MSU adds new bike lanes to make biking safer. In sports, we recap the women’s golf journey in the Mary Fossum Invitational and how a new emerging sport is rising in popularity. The trailer for the new “Frozen” came out this week, we’ll look at it in our entertainment segment.

WATCH: Trump impeachment inquiry

This weeks edition of the Spartan Newsroom, the House of Representatives are looking into accusations against President Trump. A suspect could be facing the death penalty for the murder of a mail carrier. Cleveland, Ohio residents want answers after four dead bodies were found.

WATCH: Michigan Faces Mosquito Virus Outbreak

On this edition of Spartan News Update, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, a mosquito borne virus, killed three people across southern Michigan. Also, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Representative Michael Mccaul offered pro-democracy support for Hong Kong following intense protests. Pelosi plans to reintroduce a 2016 bill for a vote as soon as possible. Tune in to this week’s show for more.

Suffering surfing: Third coast surf swell not so swell

Record water levels are threatening Great Lakes surfing. They are swallowing some surfers favorite beaches and changing how the bottom of the lakes affect the water above. Still, some surfers say that the high water could make accessible previously unsurfable stretches of lake shore.