Man Charged With Murder Of WSU Police Officer Collin RoseCollin Rose was fatally shot on November 22, 2016 while questioning a man near the Wayne State campus.
Wayne State Opens Harwell Field, A Tribute To The Legendary Tigers BroadcasterSome of Harwell’s baseball artifacts and memorabilia collected over his career are set to be displayed at the new complex.
Appeals Court Affirms $300K Bias Verdict Against Wayne StateA longtime employee at Wayne State University who blamed her firing on age discrimination has won an appeal of a $300,000 verdict.
Cybersecurity Training Center Opening At Wayne StateA ribbon-cutting will be held Tuesday morning for the Michigan Cyber Range Hub at Wayne State's Advance Technology Education Center in Warren.
A Cure For RP Blindness Behind Wayne State University Startup Purchase By PharmaceuticalThe therapy for RP blindness stems from years of research.
Wayne State Journalism Student Wins Scholarship From Broadcast Film Critics AssociationThe 2016 Terri Lee-Sylvester Scholarship is courtesy of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Jasmine Espy, a senior at WSU, says the $1,500 award will go a long way towards helping her complete her college education.
Universities Generate $958 Million In Economic Activity In DetroitThe schools wanted an analysis of their work in Detroit because the city's success is "so critical for the future of Michigan."
Elevated Lead Found In Fountains At 2 Wayne State University BuildingsWayne State is offering free blood tests to those who use the buildings if they're concerned.
Woman, 21, Graduating From Medical School At Wayne StateShe skipped the third, fifth and seventh grades and started high school when she was 11.
Seen in Detroit: April 21 - 27Each week, CBS 62’s Detroit Proud will bring you photos captured by Detroiters. Tag your photos of local music, art, & events with #DetroitProud or #SeenInDetroit for your chance to have your photography featured in an upcoming ‘Seen in Detroit’!
Wayne State Pays $849k To Former Student In Pregnancy Discrimination CaseWayne State University has lost an appeal and must pay more than $800,000 to a former student who said discrimination based on her pregnancy played a role in her removal from the social work program.
Has A Special Teacher Inspired You? Share Your StoryIt's part of a Wayne State University campaign called "Because of You, I..."