Lansing Celebrates 30th Michigan Pride Event

Lansing Celebrates 30th Michigan Pride Event

On Saturday, the Michigan Pride Festival celebrated its 30th year in Lansing. Upbeat music and rainbow flags were spread out throughout march, which began on Grand Avenue and ended on the steps of the State Capitol building. Those in attendance included drag queens, local politicians, several churches and many families.

Michigan Farmers Offer More Help To Flood Weary Farmers

Michigan Farmers Offer More Help To Flood Weary Farmers

Help from Michigan is coming to Midwest farmers affected by severe flooding. Founding members of Farm and Rancher Aid from West Michigan will head to Nebraska in late June to help farmers rebuild fencing, barns and other property.

Gas Leak in Portland Causes Evacuation of Homes & Church

Gas Leak in Portland Causes Evacuation of Homes & Church

A gas leak has caused the evacuation of 12 homes and a church in Portland on Thursday afternoon. Authorities blocked off the area of West Grand River Ave near N. West Street and asked for it to be avoided until further notice.

Chilean students to participate in MSU investigative journalism program

Chilean Students To Participate In MSU Investigative journalism Program

The program, called the Michigan-Chile Investigative Journalism Program, is made possible by a grant provided by the U.S. State Department and U.S. Embassy in Chile. It will take place from May 30 to June 10 and is the second time the program will take place at MSU.