East Lansing

Front of Lansing city hall

The Lansing City Council is setting aside $300,000 for a racial justice plan after a divided vote this week.

Mel Tucker
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Hear what Mel Tucker, head coach of the MSU football team, had to say at Big Ten Media Days. Also, we have some of the latest headlines coming out of the Tokyo Olympics. 

police car
Courtesy / East Lansing Police Dept.

The East Lansing City Council wants prosecutors to be more discerning when charging people with disorderly conduct.

Council members adopted a resolution in July dealing with instances when police recommend the charge to prosecutors.

police car
Courtesy / East Lansing Police Dept.

East Lansing is seeking applicants to serve on a police oversight board after City Council voted this week to create the citizen-led commission.

Aaron Stephens photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

Updated Wednesday, July 14 at 1:10 p.m. ET


East Lansing Mayor Aaron Stephens is submitting his letter of resignation to the city clerk Wednesday, effective August 11.


Spartan Stadium
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An update on the latest MSU football recruiting news, which includes two reclassifications that could provide a rankings boost for the Spartans. Also, the United States men's basketball team falls again in exhibtion play and we bring to you NIL (name, image, and likeness) stories from around college sports. 

East Lansing city hall sign photo
WKAR file photo

The City of East Lansing is looking for volunteers to serve on several of its advisory boards and commissions.

Elaine Hardy photo
Courtesy photo / City of East Lansing

The city of East Lansing is resuming an in-person discussion series on issues of inclusion and diversity.

Michigan State Student Michael Hrit Reflects On Being A Spartan Fan – From A Distance

Jun 8, 2021
Michael Hrit

COVID took fans out of the stands at MSU games, and Hrit realized what was missing.

closeup photo of baskets of fruit including strawberries, lemons, blueberries and blackberries
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The City of East Lansing is kicking off the 2021 season of its annual farmers market Sunday.

The market run through October 31 on Sundays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in Valley Court Park.