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Former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero is changing his tune on recent sexual harassment allegations. more
Three Lansing Police Department officers won’t face criminal charges for their role in a violent arrest last year on Baker Street. more
Politicians and business leaders in Greater Lansing are speaking out against former three-term Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero. more
The number of defendants headed to prison in Greater Lansing decreased by more than 60% last year. more
Nearly $10 million in taxes from last year’s recreational marijuana sales are heading back to more than 100 municipalities across Michigan. more
State officials reeled back epidemic restrictions this week to allow for larger household gatherings and expanded capacity limits at bars, restaurants and other larger private venues. more
Liano Sharon voted for Joe Biden for president last fall. In 2016, he voted for Hillary Clinton. Both picks were for the same reason. Neither was Donald Trump. Period. more
Nearly one year has passed since Anthony Hulon was choked to death by four police officers beneath Lansing City Hall. And 10 floors up, Mayor Andy Schor is still keeping quiet amid a lawsuit and possible criminal charges against his police officers. more
The school also suspended an employee who handles social media after posting the 1979 photo on Facebook showing students giving the Nazi salute. One of the people pictured was also clearly wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood. School officials called sharing it a “lapse of judgment.” more
Two former Lansing area women have accused Virg Bernero of sexual harassment and unwanted touching. more
Hundreds of bus drivers and mechanics at CATA are working without a formal union contract this week. more
Deanna Ray-Brown, 40, opened her food truck Everything is Cheesecake back in 2018 after growing tired of working full time as a training manager for a Fortune 500 company. When pondering a career change, she turned to one of her longtime passions, baking. more
One of the unexpected side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a dramatic decrease in greenhouse gas emissions, the principal driver of global warming and climate change. more
As I’m writing this, in five days the $2-an-hour pandemic-inspired pay bump the governor gave direct-care workers who help those with special needs expires. more
The Ingham County Health Department is urging residents who are eligible for the coronavirus vaccine to register for their shots with multiple providers, including the Health Department, Sparrow Health System, McLaren Greater Lansing, Rite Aid and Meijer. more
The Lansing Lugnuts are set to play at a soon-to-be improved version of Jackson Field through at least 2038 after the City Council approved an extended lease agreement last week with the franchise — including some renovations to the city-owned facility. more
State officials are blocking access to death records in Michigan. more
FRIDAY, Feb. 19 — The cannabis market could soon plant new roots in Meridian Township. A majority of the Board of Trustees agreed at a study session this week to charge forward with early … more
A mechanical post sidewalk clock was cutting edge tech in Lansing in 1910. In 2021, it’s a dark visitor from the Victorian era, a cast iron counterweight to the digital blur of New York City. more
Former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero said he would not have fired ex-firefighter Michael Lynn Jr. more
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