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Electric scooters will return to East Lansing when Michigan State University students begin the fall semester. However, Lime or Bird won't provide the scooters. A different company, Gotcha, will make its debut.

 

 


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Electric scooters will return to East Lansing sometime this summer, but this time there will be different regulations in place.

Bird scooter
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

Snow fall has officially reached Michigan grounds during this cold season and sooner or later, sidewalks will become slippery too. So what will happen to the electric scooters?

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Electric scooters have been zipping through some parts of Detroit for a few weeks. More could be headed to city neighborhoods.

Bird scooters
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR Public Media

Nearly a hundred Bird scooters were dropped off in East Lansing without the permission from the city's council earlier this month. 


Woman with Stolen Bird
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A pet shop in western Michigan says an exotic bird that was swiped while an employee was helping a customer has been found.

Eat Pomegranate Photography

A new sculpture is gracing the Michigan State University campus. It’s called “The Bird.” Current State’s Scott Pohl talks with the artist, Will Ryman, and Broad Art Museum curator Caitlin Doherty.

Indigo and Minkel | Current Sports | WKAR

May 13, 2015
Matt Argillander

EAST LANSING - Waddling around the wrestling room at IM Sports West is MSU wrestling head coach Tom Minkel’s “child”. However, Indigo is no ordinary child – she is Minkel’s 17-year-old female hyacinth macaw.

“She’s smart, she’s fun, but she’s like having a permanent three-year-old child forever. They don’t grow up, they don’t mature,” Minkel said.