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MSU suspends fraternity after death of student | Michigan News

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Following the death of a Michigan State University student over the weekend, the school and the Pi Alpha Phi national organization suspended the school fraternity chapter . The student, identified as Phat Nguyen, died early Saturday in an off-campus residence. An autopsy was performed, but the Sparrow Hospital medical examiner’s …

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man who broke into Eminem’s house violates probation | Michigan News

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) – A man twice convicted of breaking into homes owned by rapper Eminem is in trouble again after violating his probation by failing to show up for a probation appointment and by allegedly assaulting a security guard at a mall in the southeastern Michigan community of Taylor. Matthew Hughes, 28, pleaded …

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Iraq War Veteran Starts Business to Employ Former Soldiers | Michigan News

By JENNIFER TIMAR, Livingston Daily BRIGHTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) – Iraq War veteran Justin Billard is starting a business in Brighton Township that will employ and support his returning comrades. Tools for Veterans is housed in a workshop that Billard, 42, has set up in his garage. There he collects old hand tools, cleans and …

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Retired Violin Teacher Pleads Guilty to Pedophilia Charges | Michigan News

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) – A longtime violin professor at the University of Michigan pleaded guilty to transporting a minor across the states for sex in 2002, authorities said on Tuesday. Stephen Shipps, 68, faces up to 15 years in prison when convicted, the U.S. prosecutor’s office in Detroiti has said. Shipps was indicted last …

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The infrastructure bill: UM experts can discuss

President Joe Biden signs the infrastructure bill. Image courtesy: Whitehouse.gov After months of haggling and haggling, Congress passed – and President Joe Biden is about to sign – a more than $ 1,000 billion infrastructure bill. The law will inaugurate the much-needed investments in roads, railways, bridges, broadband, the electricity network and clean and safe …

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Benton Harbor Resident Assistance Program with their Water Bills | Michigan News

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) – State officials on Wednesday announced a pilot program to help eligible residents of a Michigan city where there has been a major crisis pay their water and gas bills. waste. The federally funded program is designed to help households whose water has been disconnected or who are facing a disconnection …

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Astro2020 decennial survey: UM researchers can comment

EXPERT ADVICE The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine recently released their 10-year Astro2020 survey, a report that identifies key scientific and fundamental challenges, opportunities and funding recommendations. Delayed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the report provides a roadmap for the next decade of US research in astronomy and astrophysics. Scientists …

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lawmaker Hammoud elected first Arab-American mayor of Dearborn | Michigan News

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) – Michigan State Representative Abdullah Hammoud won Dearborn’s mayoral race on Tuesday, making him the city’s first Arab-American mayor. A final unofficial general election vote tally on the town’s website showed Hammoud beat Gary Woronchak, a former three-term state representative and former Wayne County commissioner, by a 55% margin at 45%. Dearborn …

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Redistribution committee pushes Congress and Senate cards forward | Michigan News

By DAVID EGGERT, Associated Press LANSING, Michigan (AP) – The Michigan Carving Commission on Monday voted by an overwhelming majority to advance proposed maps of the State Congress and Senate to the final stage of the process, approving lines that would be more fair to Democrats than those plotted by Republican lawmakers over the past …

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