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For 50,000-plus nonprofit organizations in Michigan — nearly 4,000 in Ingham County alone — the year 2020 has been challenging in the extreme. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer stopped by I-496 in Lansing Tuesday to see the nearly completed construction of the first project in her “Rebuilding Michigan” plan. more
The 2020 election is in the books in Michigan. Unless you’re President Trump or believe something is going to come of his spaghetti-on-the-wall lawsuits. more
The coronavirus pandemic is reaching new levels of uncontrolled spread in Michigan, including across Greater Lansing, as the state surges past 220,000 COVID-19 cases and 7,700 deaths. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s administration has also made a routine out of forcing local media outlets — including City Pulse and the Lansing State Journal — to use the legislation to obtain even rudimentary-level details and supplemental records over the most insignificant of topics. more
America got it right. So did President-elect Joe Biden, claiming the nation’s highest office over the weekend with a call to unity and civility. It is a time to heal, he said. He’s right, but it will take time. more
Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green told City Pulse today he has placed one Lansing officer on paid administrative leave following a preliminary review of body cam video of an arrest last night in the 800 block of Baker Street. more
As Lansing Mayor Andy Schor continues to solicit campaign donations for a run at a second term, two potential candidates have surfaced in recent weeks as viable challengers. more
The city of Lansing must repay nearly $250,000 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. more
The Lansing City Council is headed back to the drawing board later this month after a pivotal resolution that would have begun the process of defunding the police was pulled from a vote. more
Business is booming for game processors this hunting season. more
California has been in the news this wildfire season with millions of acres burned and orange skies that look like scenes from an apocalypse film. more
The coronavirus is straining Michigan local governments already under strain for years. more
Donovan Hohn has been there, part of what he describes as a preoccupation with “trying to make sense of where we are, where I live, by attending to the natural and the human both, by looking at places where the natural and historic overlap.” more
Struggling Michigan cherry farmers hope to cash in on a growing consumer trend during the pandemic: We’re eating more snacks. more
Michigan is searching the state’s sewers for the virus that causes COVID-19. more
Back in 2006, when the Michigan Democrats last flipped the majority in the state House, the Republican floor leader at the time, Steve Tobocman, sat down with the incoming speaker on how to create a more bipartisanship atmosphere. more
Nearly 100 retired city employees gathered at Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s house on Moores River Drive last week to protest a series of changes to their healthcare plans set to take effect next year. more
The city of Lansing is still refusing to release several key details after videos and reports showed that four police officers directly contributed to the death of an inmate in April. more
Anthony Hulon and his father, Stoney, chatted every Sunday about NASCAR races.  more
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