Michigan State Police

State Police Drops Phone App That Makes Texts Disappear

Feb 9, 2021
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The Michigan State Police told officers to remove a phone app that keeps no record of outgoing text messages, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

Col. Joseph Gasper issued the order in a memo obtained by the Detroit Free Press, which had published stories about the use of the Signal app by high-ranking members of the department.

Ionia Public Schools Resume Classes On Wednesday

Sep 3, 2019
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All Ionia Public Schools will reopen tomorrow. Law enforcement issued an all clear after a bomb threat cancelled classes on Tuesday.

Ferris State University
WGVU

A 33-year-old Michigan man has been arrested after he allegedly posted videos in which he expressed "potential threatening feelings" toward Ferris State University, area hospitals and others.

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WKAR File Photo

It will be at least two months before we know whether former Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon will go to trial in connection with the Larry Nassar case. After closing statements, Eaton County Judge Julie Reincke allowed up to nine weeks for review of transcripts and briefs before her decision. 

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WNMU Radio

Michigan state police have begun recording hate crimes against transgender and gender nonconforming individuals. 


Lake Michigan
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

Authorities have found the wreckage of a small plane that went missing over Lake Michigan with two men aboard.

Kiernan Brown
Eaton County Sheriff's Department

UPDATED Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.: a Delta Township man pleaded not guilty today to killing 2 women during his arraignment.

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A former Michigan state trooper was convicted of involuntary manslaughter Wednesday in the death of a Detroit teenager who crashed an all-terrain vehicle and died when the trooper shot him with a Taser.

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Michigan State Police want to invest more than $2 million dollars in technology to livestream dashboard cameras to assist in decision-making and risk management, the agency said.

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WNMU Radio

A newspaper reports the Michigan State Police's Statewide Network of Agency Photos has grown to nearly 50 million facial images.

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