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Gotcha

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.

 

 


High Temps Prompt Cooling Centers To Open

Jul 17, 2019
Sky over Greater Lansing Area
Ray Garcia / WKAR-MSU

With temperatures rising above 95 degrees this week, cooling centers will be open in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham and Jackson counties. 

East Lansing Barber Mando Gutierrez Does Double Duty, Dominating The Hair And MMA Game

May 23, 2019
UFC
Mando Gutierrez

Gutierrez, an undefeated featherweight, is looking to move up in the MMA ranks through his passion and athletic background.

Michigan State Video Game Development Lives Up To Top 10 Rating

May 17, 2019
Amanda Poole

Video games are more than something Michigan State students play. The development of new games, and the academic study of the science is putting MSU at the head of the class nationally.

 

Bird scooter
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

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

Red Cedar River behind Jenison Field House photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

The Lansing city council has approved the $250 million Red Cedar Development project along Michigan Avenue on a 7-to-1 vote. 

MSU Police Department Shows It Can Hoop Intramural Style

Apr 15, 2019
MSU Police
MSU Police Department

“True Blue”, a team made up of MSUPD officers and staff, enjoys playing basketball and forging personal bonds with the university community.

 

Teal flags, East Lansing
Joe Dandron / WKAR-MSU

 

Between towering buildings and construction sites in downtown East Lansing, teal flags hang silently, swaying in the wind with messages of support for victims of sexual assault.


 

Mason Girls Tennis Looks to Keep 2018 Success And Titles Going Into 2019 Season

Apr 11, 2019
Mason High School
Jared Carter

The team’s roster looks very different than last season, with changes at 11 of 12 line-up spots. 

Cedar Village apartments, Final Four
Joe Dandron / WKAR-MSU

Firefighters responded to 10 small furniture fires and 23 people were arrested near Michigan State’s campus after the Spartans lost 61-51 to Texas Tech in the Final Four.

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