On this week’s Focal Point News, the synagogue attack brought people all across the country together, including here in East Lansing. Plus, Bill Schuette and Gretchen Whitmer go head-to-head in the Governor’s race. Past government officials came to Michigan to try and bring home votes to their party.
A big change coming to MSU fraternities with hopes of a better future. Also, some students raised hundred of dollars for a charity through a haunted house.
With a busy week in sports, the MSU football team defeated Purdue last weekend without their main quarterback. The hockey team upset top 10 ranked Cornell University. We have a recap of both games.
Those stories and more on this week’s Focal Point.