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Michigan State University has received a two-million dollar grant renewal to help improve Flint schools

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An improvement program for Flint schools will continue through a two-million dollar renewal grant.

Michigan State University received the grant funding from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation in Flint. Continue reading

Michigan State University has predicted an outbreak of West Nile in Michigan

D-18335-015 Bike Ride Summer 2014The wetter the summer, the more mosquitoes you’re likely to find outside. In hot, dry summers like this there are fewer mosquitoes, but the ones there are are a greater threat. That’s because West Nile virus spreads more easily in warm weather. This summer Michigan State University has predicted an outbreak of West Nile in Michigan. WMUK’s Rebecca Thiele tells us more about these virus-carrying mosquitoes and why bug spray isn’t going to help.
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Snyder, lawmakers sort through Proposal 1 wreckage

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Voters said no Tuesday to Proposal One by a margin of almost four-to-one. But, as unhappy as people were with the ballot question, they’re still unhappy with the state of Michigan’s roads. So Governor Rick Snyder and lawmakers say they’ll go back to work on finding money for roads – and they will heed the lessons of Proposal One. Continue reading

Lawmakers decide against docking MSU $500k for labor courses

MSU brick entrance sign on Kalamazoo Street.State lawmakers have backed down from penalizing Michigan State University over controversial courses about organized labor. The half-(m) million dollar fine was taken out of a budget bill approved this week in the Legislature.
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