Police have made multiple arrests following a large gathering of people and a large fire near the Cedar Village apartments in East Lansing. Estimates put the crowd of students and fans between 1,000 andget more >>
Number of arrests, fires, injuries remains unknownget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - 266 men and women graduated Friday to work at what's known as Michigan's Most Dangerous Job. The Correctional Officer Graduation Ceremony took place at the Best Western in Lansing.get more >>
The men and women went through two months of trainingget more >>
East Lansing police and firefighters have their hands busy in the wake over the Spartans victory in the Big Ten football championship game. Scanner traffic from East Lansing reports at least half a dozenget more >>
6 News crew spots at least two fires, crowd gathering in traditional city hot spotget more >>
The president of the MSU Alumni Association has harsh words for the people who are burning couches, trees, and setting other fires in the wake of the Spartans' victory over Ohio State - a win that sendsget more >>
"True Spartans do not burn things, break laws or mess with my Spartan Cops" he saidget more >>
There's a huge crowd and a large fire burning in the middle of the street just blocks from the MSU campus. Police on the scanners had estimated the crowd near the Cedar Village apartments at 100 to 200,get more >>
People feeding fire with trees, furniture at traditional campus hot spotget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Common Ground Music Festival has announced the 2014 festival dates. Miller Lite will sponsor the event, which runs from July 8 - 13. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, Decemberget more >>
Tickets will go on sale Saturday, December 4 at 10a.m.get more >>
Meridian Township is spreading holiday cheer with their annual Christmas in the Village event. It took place in the historic buildings in Okemos where people could enjoy cookies and tea, a visit fromget more >>
The annual event brings in hundreds of families.get more >>
An Ingham County judge told Jeffery Handley he will not be going in jail Wednesday morning. Instead he'll be put on two years probation, ordered to pay a minimum of $3,000 in restitution and 50 hours of community service.
Handley told the judge he now has a healthy respect for the law and regrets what he did. He admitted to spray painting stick figures on the pillars of the capitol building and writing the phrase "Give art a chance" on the back of the war memorial back in September.
Last month, the 20-year-old pleaded guilty to one count of destruction of a memorial. The plea was in exchange for dropping two counts of malicious destruction of property.
Handley also said if he could have done anything differently, he would have done it in chalk.
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