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While much of the focus of the allegations of a bizarre kidnapping plot involving the governor has been on the unknown group Wolverine Watchmen, at least three of the defendants in the plot had ties to other militia groups in Michigan. more
The Barry Eaton District Health Department is tracking a significant increase in newly detected COVID-19 cases in Delta Township and elsewhere that began surging in September and continued last week. more
A Lansing barber is once again flouting COVID-19 precautions, advertising “no mask required” haircuts and telling Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to “suck it.” more
Another defective ballot drop box in Lansing that was found ajar and then taken out of operation for maintenance is back open this morning following concerns echoed by the Michigan Republican Party over the security of mail-in votes ahead of the general election. more
The Lansing NAACP is hosting a series of voter registration drives geared toward voter education and increasing voter turnout ahead of the November election. more
The Ingham County Health Department is urging anyone 11 years of age and older to get a free flu vaccine this weekend at a free walk-up and drive-thru flu clinic. more
Residents who bought permits to park on streets overnight are being fully refunded for the costs after the Lansing City Council repealed a ban on overnight parking. more
Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope is assuring residents that local ballot dropboxes are locked and secured after what he labeled as a “disingenuous” video was circulated last month by the Michigan Republican Party that showed an unlocked drop box in Lansing. more
Purple Michigan is a six-part series reporting on the presidential campaign in Michigan in different locations across the state. This series is paid for by contributions from you to the City Pulse Fund for Community Journalism. To contribute, please go to lansingcitypulse.com/donation. more
At the Husted’s Farm Market, a woman plucking apples for her homemade pies and fritters shook her head when asked how she’d describe her community’s political behavior. more
Excited and unchained from their masks, hundreds of Macomb County residents swarmed alongside the Clinton River in Harrison Township. Make America Great Again flags bled off of yachts and powerboats. more
In few places can an illegal landfill, once deserted and polluted by volatile organic compounds and random metals, be pursued as the site for a $40 million luxury apartment complex. more
When it comes to drain assessments, David Fisher is a two-time loser. more
The Democratic candidate for Ingham County commissioner from Lansing’s east side has declined to disclose his records on campaign spending to the media after he was questioned about whether he is violating the state’s reporting requirements. more
Why do farmers join new farmers markets, especially in poor urban areas where the financial risk is greater than in more affluent communities? more
As the pandemic forces more students online, the lack of affordable broadband internet could cause lower performance of rural Michigan schoolchildren. more
Solar energy newcomers and longtime aficionados can tour solar-powered homes virtually in Michigan and across the nation.  more
Seasonal properties, vacant houses, the lack of internet, distrust of government and fewer census takers, not to mention the pandemic, are challenges to the 2020 U.S. census, especially in Michigan’s rural northern counties, census experts say.  more
Twenty-nine years after I was treated for breast cancer, it came back – and now it is dug in and metastasized. more
Four years ago, American voters made a grave error. Electing a snake oil salesman instead of a stateswoman to hold our nation’s highest office has plunged the United States into a dark and dangerous period of division and delusion. more
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