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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Whodunit?

Lansing artist who caused controversy last week says he had nothing to do with Capitol grounds graffiti

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Sept. 7 — Local artist Geoph Aldora Espen, whose planned guerilla art event at the former School for the Blind building Wednesday was shut down by the city, says he had nothing to do with graffiti on the Capitol grounds discovered early Thursday morning.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Ribbon busting

CATA celebrates expansion and 40 years in Lansing

by Sam Inglot
Monday, Sept. 17 — The Capital Area Transit Authority celebrated its 40th anniversary with a ceremony this morning at its headquarters’ newly completed 212,500-square-foot expansion.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Artist does some time

Capitol graffiti suspect talks jail and pleading guilty

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Sept. 13 — Lansing artist Jeffrey Handley, who was arrested and charged Wednesday with spray painting graffiti at the Capitol, reflected on jail time and his upcoming trial in an interview a few hours after he was released on bail.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

'Scare tactics' and 'finger pointing'

8th Congressional candidates Mike Rogers and Lance Enderle debate

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Sept. 26 — They don’t agree on any of the issues and their sometimes-rambling responses were difficult to follow. The debate Tuesday night between Congressman Mike Rogers and challenger Lance Enderle was a predictable back-and-forth of liberal and conservative views on health care and budgets.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

A presidential-like endorsement

Lance Enderle and Todd Heywood endorsed by former presidential candidate Fred Karger

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Sept. 27 — At a press conference Thursday morning in front of the Lansing Community College administration building, a former presidential candidate endorsed two Lansing area political hopefuls.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Kids in the Hall

The Council gets a taste of the 2014 budget

by Sam Inglot
Tuesday Nov. 6 — On Monday night, the Lansing City Council got preliminary figures from the administration as to why the city is facing an $11 million deficit for fiscal year 2014.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Smart tweeting

MSU professor links Twitter and learning

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Oct. 18 — Some of Twitter’s most popular users include people like Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and President Barack Obama. But one Michigan State University professor has found that the popular social networking site can be used in the classroom to improve student engagement.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

On the road again

Mayor advocates for a vicious dog ordinance, sounds off on regional parks and the budget at “City Hall on the Road” event

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Oct. 19 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero wants the City Council to adopt a vicious dog ordinance to deal with persistent problems related to aggressive dogs running wild in the city.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Absentee voting, in person

City Clerk opens polls for absentee voters this weekend

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Oct. 24 — City of Lansing voters who can’t make it to the polls on Nov. 6 can vote by absentee ballot in person this weekend.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Frack this

Six arrested, five face felony charges at anti-fracking protest at Lansing Center

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Oct. 24 — Six anti-fracking protesters were arrested at the Lansing Center in downtown Lansing today during a Michigan Department of Natural Resources mineral rights auction.
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