Former MSU Player Keith Appling Arrested By MSP In Connection To Detroit Fatal ShootingA former Michigan State University basketball player was arrested Monday by Michigan State Police in connection to a fatal shooting in Detroit.
Michigan State University Ends Outdoor Mask MandateOne of the universities considered a hotspot for COVID-19 cases is ending its outdoor mask mandate.
Michigan State Plans 50-Plus Outdoor Graduation CeremoniesMore than 50 outdoor graduation ceremonies are planned this spring at Michigan State University.
Ex-Michigan State Guard Ishbia To Donate $32M To AthleticsMichigan State said Thursday that former Spartans basketball player Mat Ishbia has committed to donating a record $32 million to the athletic department.
Michigan State University Enforces 2 Week Stay-At-Home OrderSchool officials say since 2,500 students moved on campus for the spring semester cases have been rising.
MSU Will Require On Campus Students To Get Flu Vaccine Before Spring SemesterMichigan State University is requiring students who will be on any campus property this next semester to get a flu vaccine.
Michigan Matters: Crumbling Roads, Election 2020's Impact On RegionA look at renewed efforts to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads as MDOT Director with Paul Ajegba checks in. Then, pundits Susy Avery and Bill Ballenger update impact of Election 2020.
New MSU Housing Requirements Could Financially Burden StudentsSchool administrators say students have a better chance at graduating if they live on campus through sophomore year. 
Michigan State To Require Students To Live 2 Years On CampusA 2-year living requirement waived since the 1980s will be reinstated next fall, according to the school.
Michigan State University To Increase In-Person Classes In JanuaryMichigan State University is planning to increase in-person classes and reopen dorms starting in January, but it will skip spring break.
MSU President Says The University Is Facing A $54M DeficitMSU’s president says out-of-state and international enrollment was specifically affected.