Inherit something from Grandma that you think could be valuable? You can find out this weekend.
Midwestern State has a new women's soccer coach and he brings with him an impressive resume which points to continued success for the Mustangs.
The MSU Board of Regents met on Monday and discussed the search for a new president, who would start August 2015.
MSU Basketball Camp begins this Sunday.
Midwestern State University is continuing to make sure that their students know that every drop counts, and is helping them learn how to conserve.
Midwestern State University has hundreds of new alumni as those students took the stage and turned their Tassles.
MSU President Dr. Jesse W. Rogers announced he will be retiring in August of 2015.
A student instructor pilot found guilty of indecent exposure at Midwestern State University now knows his punishment.
There's only a few weeks left of school, but summer is starting early at Midwestern State University.
Texomans are taking steps now to raise awareness and money to protect children from abuse and neglect.
MSU's D.L. Ligon Coliseum was packed with with people dodging, ducking and diving Saturday.
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Midwestern State University housing is preparing to put on an event that will have runners taking colorful steps for a worthy cause.
The winners of the 2014 I.D.E.A. WF competition were announced during a luncheon Wednesday at MSU's Clark Student Center.
Then there were six. We take a look at the remaining local entrepreneurs in this year's IDEA W.F. competition.
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed three members to the Midwestern State University Board of Regents for terms to expire Feb. 25, 2020.
Getting a college degree at MSU will cost students a little more starting the upcoming fall Semester.
Midwestern State University police say it was over an internet chat room where a threat was made that everyone at the school would be shot.
The latest message from MSU Facebook page states investigation still pending and Monday classes are not cancelled.
No e-mail, no Facebook, Google or any social media. For 24 hours students in an MSU communication's history class went back in time and lived as though it was 1971.