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Lee Vandenberg’s head wants to vote for Joe Biden, but her heart is with Bernie Sanders. more
One Ingham County resident with flu-like symptoms is being tested for coronavirus as local officials prepare for a “highly likely” global pandemic to hit Greater Lansing, said county Health Officer Linda Vail.  more
Bernie Sanders supporters at the Fledge last night were excited to fight for their candidate — but most said that they would vote for Joe Biden if they had to.   more
U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin. D-Holly, whose district includes all of Ingham County, endorsed former vice president Joe Biden today.  more
Lansing Catholic High School plans to change the way it enforces its dress code following anonymous allegations of sexual harassment and public embarrassment from female students against staff.  more
All video footage from a controversial arrest in East Lansing last month has been released online following public outcry and multiple requests from local media outlets, including City Pulse.  more
More hand washing and less hand wringing — that’s still the message from state and local health officials on how to cope with the coronavirus that is spreading around the world. more
The paranoia of driving to your dealer’s house is old news. No longer will you have to pester your one friend with a med card, and you’re not going to have to worry about catching vape lung from bootlegs carts anymore. Adults 21 and over can finally purchase recreational marijuana in Lansing. more
Michigan State University Trustee Joel Ferguson is interested in seeking a fourth term, but it’s not clear that many within the Democratic Party power base is interested in seeing him back, numerous sources told me recently. more
No one disputes that Lansing Community College is an important anchor institution in Lansing and a significant economic driver in the city’s downtown. more
A new assistant prosecutor will soon be hired specifically to focus on domestic violence cases in Ingham County after officials there received an $80,000 grant from the state of Michigan.  more
The Lansing Planning Board tabled its discussion last night of Lansing Community College’s special land use request for a proposed five-story parking garage on Capitol Avenue at Shiawassee Street.  more
The city of Lansing’s new overnight residential parking permit system is up and running — albeit with some glitches.  more
The paranoia of driving to your dealer’s house is old news. more
East Lansing Police Department officials claimed at a special city council meeting Thursday that excessive force was not used during the arrest of Uwimana Gasito. more
A group of female students at Lansing Catholic High School are claiming they are being sexually harassed by school employees, according to a letter that says it was written by the students. more
In 2011 I got back from a successful book tour in Germany where some of my audiences had been college students and I found myself missing the classroom intensely.  Three days later, I received an email from the chairman of Michigan State University’s English Department asking if I’d consider teaching there. more
Few issues kindle public passions more than questions of crime and punishment, of justice for the victims of crime and of mercy for those who commit them. more
Vice President Mike Pence’s seventh Michigan visit in 10 months blew through Lansing Tuesday with a warm embrace of the state’s farmers at the Michigan Farm Bureau’s legislative seminar and a surprise pancake order at the Fleetwood Diner on South Cedar. more
The Lansing Planning Board will hold a public hearing next week to consider a controversial rezoning request and special land use permit for Lansing Community College to build a new five-story parking ramp downtown on Capitol Avenue. more
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