BLOOMINGTON, IN – Allyssa DeHaan had 16 points, 12 rebounds and moved into second place on the list for career blocked shots in leading No. 16 Michigan State past Indiana 53-44 on Sunday.
DeHaan passed IUPUI's Brooke McAfee (447) when she blocked Jori Davis' layup with 5:18 left in the first half. DeHaan finished with three blocks, giving her 449 in her career. TCU's Sandora Irvin holds the national record of 480.
UNDATED – Michigan Republican Rep. Pete Hoekstra sidestepped questions about a fund-raising letter that criticized President Barack Obama's handling of an alleged attempt to blow up a U.S. airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day.
Anchor Terry Moran asked Hoekstra repeatedly about the ethics of trying to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign by capitalizing on an alleged terrorist attack on ABC News' "This Week" Sunday.
LANSING, MI – In her last radio address of 2009, Governor Granholm says efforts this year to diversify the state's economy into alternative energy, life sciences, and films helped reduce Michigan's reliance on the auto industry for jobs.
AUDIO: Governor Granholm says 2009 was a tough year as Michigan struggled with automotive bankruptcies and near-record unemployment. Michigan's jobless rate was consistently the highest in the nation in 2009.
EAST LANSING, MI – Book Reviewer Lev Raphael speaks with Morning Edition host Melissa Ingells about Michael Thomas Ford's book Jane Bites Back. It's a satire about vampires, Jane Austin, and publishing.
EAST LANSING, MI – Design students at Michigan State University will be part of a national "Red Carpet Green Dress" competition to develop a high-fashion Hollywood runway outfit that also promotes sustainability.
The contest is sponsored by actress Suzy Amis Cameron, wife of "Avatar" director James Cameron.
The contest's Web site says she'll pick the winning dress design and wear it "at one of Hollywood's largest film award celebrations" in early 2010.