On May 7, Lansing voters will see a millage question on their ballot. Called a “sinking fund,” the millage would provide the Lansing school district with funds to repair school buildings, which are, on average, 60 years old.
On today’s episode of the Spartan Newsroom Update, the mayor of New York City issued a public health emergency due to a measles outbreak and parents involved in the college admissions scandal are facing additional charges.
WATCH: Fraternity troubles at Penn State, meth at a daycare, and an off-road community visits Lansing.
In this Spartan News Update, a Penn State fraternity is facing charges in a hazing case and Georgia Tech has a data breach. Teens in California were electrocuted on a bridge, meth was found in a daycare center, a milk tanker crashes and in Lansing, off-road enthusiasts visit the Lansing Center.
The latest on Jusse Smollett
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WATCH: A Michigan lawmaker wants to change Michigan’s drunk driving law, all charges against Jussie Smollett were dropped and more.
This week on the Spartan Newsroom Update, a Michigan lawmaker wants to make changes to Michigan’s drunk driving law. A former priest from Freeland, Mich. plead “no contest” to sexual abuse allegations and all charges against Jussie Smollett were dropped. Watch all this and more on the Spartan Newsroom Update.