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The Stars and Bars may have made their last stand at the Ingham County Fair.  more
Carol Siemon is all about second chances, even for convicted murderers. more
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After a horde of armed and angry protesters swarmed Lansing last week, State Rep. Sarah Anthony brought some extra protection on her way to the State Capitol today. more
The Lansing Police Department plans to ramp up enforcement efforts should protests continue to involve social distancing violations and gridlock in the capital city. more
It’s official: Kroger will not reconsider its ban on City Pulse. more
It can be rather easy to forget about a global health crisis during a stroll through the Country Club of Lansing, especially on a cloudless afternoon like today.  more
They're all conservative. They all support President Donald Trump and his policies. They all oppose "red flag" policies or any firearm restrictions. They're all anti-abortion. They'll all against Medicare for All and Bernie Sanders'-style "socialism." They're all tough on illegal immigration. more
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Michiganians who think Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order has gone too far are planning a protest in their automobiles next week at the Capitol. more
Hundreds of beeping vehicles swarmed downtown Lansing today, jamming up several intersections, blocking roadways and crowding the State Capitol lawn to protest Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” executive order. more
At least a dozen homeless people in Lansing could be left in the cold tonight as the city enforces a blanket suspension on open fires amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Public outcry and unanswered questions surround Lansing’s Department of Human Relations and Community Services after its director, Joan Jackson Johnson, was abruptly placed on paid leave last week.  more
As governors across the Midwest order their residents to shelter in place amid multiple statewide lockdowns, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pushed back yesterday: “We are not there,” she said.  more
Starting Monday, a gubernatorial mandate will require what many Lansing residents are already doing: wearing a mask. But without any penalties for violations, it seems enforcement will be left exclusively to the honor system. more
As executive orders continue to tighten restrictions on Michigan citizens and businesses, City Pulse has received emails praising some stores for playing along, and criticizing others for seemingly ignoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommended social distancing procedures. more
As the national anthem echoed across the Lansing Center at last week’s 35th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day luncheon, newly elected Lansing City Councilman Brandon Betz sat placidly in his chair and refused to stand. more
A group of local citizens want to tell Lansing Community College: Don’t rush into closing the school station — we might be able to save it. more
If the stars align just right next November, Donald Trump could lose the popular vote by as much as five points and still win the White House, according to an analysis The New York Times’ Upshot blog published Friday. more
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A large swath of south Lansing is the statistical epicenter for coronavirus in Ingham County. more
It’s Mike Bishop, a Republican from Rochester. He's the former two-term House member, who was broomed out of office in 2018 by 13,098 votes at the hands of now U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, as part of last year’s Blue and Pink waves. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has introduced plans to rent out the former Lansing City Market building for temporary event space while he continues to search for a longer-term development.  more
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