Krystal Nurse, USA TODAY

Krystal Nurse


Lansing, MI, United States

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Past articles by Krystal:

New Mexico governor amends controversial temporary gun ban, now targets parks, playgrounds

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham amended her targeted and temporary gun ban this Friday. → Read More

'Endless calls for help': Critics say Baltimore police mishandled mass shooting response

In July, a group of teens shot into a crowded block party in Baltimore, killing two and injuring dozens. → Read More

Report: Michigan ranked 4th in nation for white nationalist incidents

The Anti-Defamation League released findings from its report on Thursday with Michigan at the top of several rankings. → Read More

Lansing nonprofit the Fledge meets MEDC match in online fundraiser

The Michigan Economic Development Council pledged to match the $50,000 goal to further help the nonprofit reach more people. → Read More

Earvin Johnson Sr., father of NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, remembered for his work ethic

The elder Johnson died at McLaren Greater Lansing and is survived by his wife Christine and 10 children. → Read More

She threw her scratch-off lottery tickets in the trash. Then realized she won $1 million.

The Michigan woman bought two Sizzling Hot 7's tickets – but she thought they were non-winners. Luckily, she double checked her trash the next day. → Read More

2 more Lansing businesses receive threatening letters as FBI, postal service investigate

The FBI's Detroit field office and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service are asking people to reach out to them if they receive threatening letters. → Read More

Clinton County woman pulls winning $1 million scratch-off ticket from trash

The woman bought the $10 ticket at Hansen's Quik Stop at 8998 East M-21 in Ovid. → Read More

Veterinary school dean resigns over MSU's handling of sexual misconduct complaints

She joined the college in 2018 with priorities to create a safe and respectful atmosphere in the college follow Larry Nassar fallout. → Read More

2 Michigan State shooting victims discharged from Sparrow Hospital

Two students are heading home after spending nearly three weeks in the hospital. → Read More

Former MSU police employee sues, alleges retaliation, discrimination

Crystal Perry worked at the department for a year from July 2021 to July 2022. She alleges MSU police and public safety staff retaliated against her. → Read More

Coffee shops in Lansing, Detroit closed due to anti-LGBTQ mail

Strange Matter Coffee in Lansing and The Gathering Coffee Company in Detroit both received mail that included threats of violence. → Read More

10-hour Spartython dance event at Michigan State raises money for Sparrow Children's Center

Students stay on their feet and hit their phones and pockets to raise money for Sparrow's Children's Center. → Read More

Donations to Michigan State shooting victims, community top $1.46 million

Tens of thousands of donors have given money in support of the victims of the mass shooting at Michigan State Feb. 13. → Read More

Family creates GoFundMe for Nate Statly, MSU shooting victim

Nate Statly is the third person to be identified as one of five victims who are hospitalized with gunshot wounds from the shooting. → Read More

Tattoo shop inks up people for MSU shooting victims

"It means that 500 people want to come support these families, the victims and that's really what it's about," owner Corey Warren said. → Read More

Thousands help welcome Michigan State University students back to campus

People shared hugs, baked goods, toiletries and their dogs as a way of showing support for those returning to campus. → Read More

Michigan State University moves ahead with plans to restart classes despite reservations by some students

A week after a man killed three students and wounded five others, students are to return to campus and attend classes. → Read More

International student has severe injuries from mass shooting at MSU

One of the injured students is an international student from China who suffered a severed spinal cord in the incident, according to his roommate. → Read More

Teen, 14, arrested after allegedly stealing SUV, fleeing police

The department posted pictures on Twitter of the red Range Rover with significant damage along the passenger side of the car. → Read More