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Feb 13 2024
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - One year ago, terror came to Michigan State University’s (MSU) campus. A lone gunman took three innocent lives and a collective sense of safety.
News 10 looks at how MSU has changed by the events from a year ago. The terror is now placed with resolve to ensure no more students have to ensure this type of senseless violence.
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Jun 12 2023
Do citizens have a right to a healthy environment? In Montana they do. The state constitution reads, “The state and each person shall maintain and improve a clean and healthful environment in Montana for present and future generations.” And a group of young people are using that language to sue the state over its energy policies. In one of the country’s first climate change lawsuits, a groupVox
Feb 19 2024
In August 1994, three St. Paul police officers were shot and killed on the same day. Officers Ron Ryan, Jr., Timothy Jones and Jones’s K-9 partner, Laser, were all shot by the same gunman nearly 30 years ago. Retired St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell told 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS that people in the Burnsville community, which is mourning the deaths of officers Paul Elmstrand and Matthew Ruge andKSTP
Mar 28 2023
When Joy Domingo-Kameenui spent two weeks in her native Hawaii as part of MIT class 1.091 (Traveling Research Environmental eXperiences), she was surprised to learn about the number of invasive and endangered species. “I knew about Hawaiian ecology from middle and high school but wasn’t fully aware to the extent of how invasive species and diseases have resulted in many of Hawaii’s endemicMIT News
Feb 13 2024
LANSING, MI — As the state marks the one year anniversary of a shooting that claimed three lives at Michigan State University, it also marks something many Michiganders have long anticipated: a change in firearm policy.
In the weeks following the MSU mass shooting, Democrats – which took control of both the legislature and governorship for the first time in four decades, beginningMLive.com
Feb 17 2024
We really can’t have nice things. That’s become clear. You’re not going to see a Second Amendment debate here, I’ll leave those cheery arguments for the op-ed page. Here’s all I know: When violence invades the sports section, I take it personally. And if you are a sports fan, you should, too. If you are a sports fan, and you’re of certain age, some of the most glorious moments of your lifeNew York Post (News)
Feb 15 2024
Elon Musk, owner of Tesla and the X (formerly Twitter) platform, attends a symposium on fighting antisemitism titled ‘Never Again : Lip Service or Deep Conversation’ in Krakow, Poland on January 22nd, 2024. It remains to be seen what Tesla will do about Elon Musk’s pay just a few weeksÂ after a Delaware judge voidedÂ his $56 billion compensation package, theÂ largest CEO pay packageÂ in publicTodays Chronic
Feb 14 2024
COLUMBUS, Miss. (WLBT) - The Mississippi University for Women is proposing another name change for the second time in just over a month. The school wants to go with Wynbridge State University of Mississippi. It’s a name District 41 State Representative Kabir Karriem said he fully supports. ”Anytime there’s a new name you have to say it a few times to get the feel of it, but I feel like it’s aWLBT 3
Jan 28 2024
Climate activists battled the usual weekend crowds at the Louvre Museum in Paris Sunday to splash the iconic Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci with canned soup. Footage shows two women throwing a red liquid at the painting before crossing the wooden barrier protecting it from crowds. One of the women removes her jacket to reveal a T-shirt reading “Riposte Alimentaire,” a food sustainabilityNBC News (Online)
Dec 15 2021
Several US states have been hit by a devastating series of tornadoes, with an expected death toll of more than 100.
These are extremely rare outside the spring and summer, in the US, but this December there has been a record number of tornado warnings.
So is climate change causing more frequent and stronger tornadoes?
How are tornadoes formed?
When warm moist air isBBC Fact Check