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For 200 miles, the Wabash River forms the border between Illinois and Indiana as it meanders south to the Ohio River. On the Illinois side, lawmakers are scrambling to pass a bill that would protect … more
With a sharp increase in political content and posts revolving around social issues, Meta introduced a new feature to its social media platforms Instagram and Threads in March that filters political … more
Jackson Field, home of the Lugnuts minor league baseball team, hosted baseball fans in high spirits from across Lansing and East Lansing during this year's Crosstown Showdown. The Lugnuts faced the … more
Mental health among athletes is a topic rarely talked about, but it is an issue that is on the rise, especially among young athletes. Donovan Edwards, starting running back for the Michigan … more
The Dhammasala Forest Monastery follows the Dhammayut branch of Theravada Buddhism and offers many services that are open to the public. The monastery conducts daily food offerings and holds Dhamma … more
Soulful Earth Herbals, located in Lansing, is a place where people can buy personal products that are directly extracted, plant-based chemicals rather than industrially processed chemicals that are … more
TheraPLAYoga, located in downtown Lansing, has been an innovative recreational business, integrating wellness factors of yoga with elements of accessibility and inclusion. The post TheraPLAYoga … more
The way food travels from farm to table is complex. The food that shoppers normally see in massive grocery stores is grown on large farms, harvested in large quantities, stored until it can be … more
Almost three years ago, four of Oxford High School's 1,700 students lost their lives in a mass shooting. Hana St. Juliana was one of those students. The Hana St. Juliana Memorial Fund was created in … more
As an increase to this financial windfall for universities, The Big Ten Conference announced a seven-year, $8 billion deal with FOX, CBS and NBC in August last year. Each university in the … more
For decades, Amina Tollin struggled with mysterious, debilitating pain that radiated throughout her body. A few years ago, when a doctor finally diagnosed her with polyneuropathy, a chronic nerve … more
Donald Trump on Monday in a New York City courtroom will make history as the first former U.S. president to stand trial in criminal proceedings. And it raises new issues for the presumptive … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson and Donald J. Trump met Friday evening in Palm Beach, Florida, to promote an unreleased bill related to noncitizens voting in federal elections. The … more
Following the victory of former state Reps. Kevin Coleman (D-Westland) and Lori Stone (D-Warren) in their respective mayoral campaigns, the Michigan House has been split evenly with 54 Democrats and … more
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is the latest high-profile Democrat to visit Michigan, dropping by East Lansing on Friday to call on the key battleground state to reelect President Joe Biden in … more
The Michigan State Police (MSP) and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on Friday announced that 75,000 gun locks will be distributed, free of charge, at state government … more
CNS BUDGET April 12, 2024 – Week 11 To: CNS Editors & Elaine Kulhanek From: Eric Freedman http://news.jrn.msu.edu/capitalnewsservice/ For technical problems, contact CNS technical manager Eryn Ho … more
PRIME PROGRAM: The Michigan Manufacturers Association plans to expand its PRIME program that teaches high schoolers skills and technologies that are badly needed by the manufacturing sector. We talk … more
COLLEGE LOANS: Five Michigan colleges have taken advantage of a USDA loan program for rural and agricultural areas to finance new buildings and facilities. Alma College’s president says the $39.4 … more
SALINITY: Rising salt levels in some Michigan groundwater is killing crops and tainting drinking water. The problem is especially severe in Ottawa County, which is closely monitoring the situation, … more
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