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Staying put: Brandon Johns bucking trend of top talent leaving state

EAST LANSING – Brandon Johns is well aware of the trend.

The East Lansing High School standout has seen plenty of the other highly regarded basketball players from Michigan leave the state to polish their games against elite competition at prep schools. 848 more words

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Young East Lansing squad defeats Waverly

There were zero seniors and four freshmen listed on Rob Smith’s East Lansing girls basketball varsity roster when his Trojans opened up their season on Friday night at Waverly. 500 more words

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Former Nassar patients plan to sue Michigan State University

(WLNS) — Roughly 50 women have come forward with sexual abuse allegations against former Olympic doctor and Michigan State University faculty member Larry Nassar, and now the alleged victims plan to take MSU to court. 73 more words

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UPDATE: East Lansing condo fire leaves multiple families displaced

Firefighters in East Lansing were forced to fight a resilient fire that seemed harmless at first, but ended up causing some serious damage, leaving multiple families without a home for now. 344 more words

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Train travelers hit the rails for holiday

EAST LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – This is one of the biggest travel days of the year and many people are traveling by train.

According to the Michigan Department of Transportation, a normal day here at the East Lansing Amtrak station will see around 91 passengers. 193 more words

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Meridian Township man arrested for abusing dog

MERIDIAN TWP., Mich (WLNS) – One man is free on bond tonight and his dog is recovering from a broken leg.

Meridian Township Police were called to the 4900 block of Hannah Boulevard last Tuesday when they received reports that a man was seen beating a dog. 85 more words

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Hackers hit MSU: students shocked & speaking out

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – There are more questions than answers surrounding a massive data breach at Michigan State University.

What we do know is that at 4 p.m. 450 more words

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