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MONDAY, April 19 — Four-term Lansing City Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar is denying allegations of sexual harassment and racial discrimination that were made less than 24 hours after she announced … more
It won’t be visible from outer space, but the latest attraction on Lansing’s resurgent riverfront promises to make a big splash of color and laughter and draw kids and parents from many miles around. more
This is part of a series highlighting medical/recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting the many medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
Lansing City Councilwoman Patricia Spitzley formally announced her mayoral campaign this afternoon. more
COVID-19 vaccines from Johnson & Johnson will no longer be administered in Ingham County — or anywhere else in Michigan — until health officials can better assess six reports (of more than 6.8 million doses nationwide) of women who developed blood clots after their vaccinations. more
Proposed changes to marijuana licensing laws in Lansing could help pave the way for more women and people of color to get involved in the local cannabis industry. more
TUESDAY, April 13 — COVID-19 vaccines from Johnson & Johnson will no longer be administered in Ingham County — or anywhere else in Michigan — until health officials can better … more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting the many medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
This Q&A is part of a series highlighting medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries in Greater Lansing. more
This Q&A is part of a series highlighting medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries in Greater Lansing. more
Five of the eight candidates who joined a Black Lives Matter forum today said they’d work to divest from the Lansing Police Department. more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries. more
A recent research article suggests that Michigan State University may never fully recover from backlash tied to convicted former sports doctor Larry Nassar. more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting the many medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
Every so often, cities take time to weed out old ordinances regulating horse droppings, dwarf tossing, flashing disco lights or non-rewound VHS cassettes. OK, we made the last two up. more
Greater Lansing continued to top nationwide lists of metropolitan areas with the highest rates of COVID-19 transmission in the country this week, prompting local health officials to urge caution after cases and hospitalization rates across Michigan more than doubled in the last two weeks. more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting the many medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
Lansing is driven by politics. It serves as the undercurrent of the city. It’s local politics and state politics, all concentrated in the downtown area and rippling out into Greater Lansing from there. more
This Q&A is part of a daily series highlighting the many medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries across Greater Lansing. more
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