Central Michigan University has introduced Amy Folan As the new Director of Athletics.
As COVID-19 continues running its course through Michigan, racking up over 200 cases at Central Michigan University alone, CMU is adopting another method of testing.
The Central Michigan District Health Department is reporting 281 cases of COVID-19 linked to students returning to Central Michigan University as of Sept. 11.
Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant and Saganing Eagles Landing Casino and Hotel will no longer allow guests to wear certain types of masks.
Central Michigan University shows no signs of shutting down campus as it nears 300 coronavirus cases associated with it’s university population.
An 18-year-old Mt. Pleasant woman is behind bars after police say her and 14-year-old Maple Rapids juvenile vandalized buildings and broke into a liquor store in Union Twp.
The Mt. Pleasant Police Department is asking the Isabella County prosecutor to act against unruly students at Central Michigan University.
As of Tuesday afternoon, 205 cases of COVID-19 have been linked to students returning to Central Michigan University, according to the Central Michigan Health Department.
An independent laboratory is offering custom COVID-19 testing solutions to Central Michigan University to help students and staff return to campus safely.
Some students are making their voices heard with signs across the Central Michigan University campus asking the university to suspend in person classes.
A 31-year-old male is behind bars after Central Michigan University Police say they received two reports of him exposing himself on campus.
In a letter to the Central Michigan University community on Aug. 28, President Bob Davies said he plans to continue in-person instruction for as long as they feel they can mitigate risk related to COVD-19.
A 23-year-old Isabella County man was arrested after allegedly threatening two family members with a gun and threatening to burn down the home.
The Mount Pleasant State Police Post has been implementing new traffic initiatives to be conducted based on speed, distracted driving and crash reduction, and in doing so, they have also cracked down on other crimes.
Now, two weeks into the semester and over 100 cases later, the “Not Fired Up For Fall” movement is gaining traction again.
The suspect is believed to be in his 20s or 30s with dark hair, glasses, and a slim build. He was wearing a red shirt, cargo shorts and black tennis shoes. He also had a face mask under his chin.
Students at Central Michigan University wants President Robert Davies to refrain from going to large gatherings too after seeing a video published on Twitter of him playing cornhole with students over a week ago.