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As Michigan State University gears up for the fall semester, Ingham County officials are urging a mandatory quarantine for students coming in from high-risk states and the use of location-based phone software to track possible instances of viral exposure. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is pushing for a federal bailout as the COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent economic downturn continues to take a punishing toll on the capital city’s budget. more
As mentors go, Lansing attorney Teresa Bingham has had a pretty good one: Anita Hill. more
Several people are facing tickets and criminal charges in connection to recent protests that have left a streak of injuries and destruction in Lansing. more
Despite some recent delays tied to the coronavirus pandemic, the $100 million mixed-use “Village of Okemos” development is gearing back up in Meridian Township. more
The East Lansing City Council made history this weekend in appointing two Black people to serve out the terms of the two members who quit in July. more
A nonprofit “social welfare” organization that carries a name similar to Mayor Andy Schor’s signature campaign slogan has been launched to promote the city of Lansing. more
As Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope predicted, voter turnout in the primary election yesterday set a record. more
Surveys sent to candidates for prosecutor, sheriff and federal and state legislative offices showed that state lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are leaning increasingly pro-marijuana. more
With the selection of Ron Bacon and Dana Watson, the Council will have two African American members for the first time. more
A recent show of support from the Lansing Police Department will help an LPD radio technician and his family get back on their feet following a devastating house fire. more
The measure that includes the funding must still clear the Senate and the White House. more
Mayor Andy Schor wants local residents to cut back on needlessly using water next month as the city of Lansing faces off against other municipalities nationwide for environmentally sustainable bragging rights — and a chance to win a shiny, new Toyota. more
Giulio Bernero wore many hats throughout his long life, but the one he wore best was provider and protector of his family. more
Four incumbents are facing off against three newcomers in next Tuesday’s primary election for four positions on the Meridian Township Board of Trustees. more
Some members of an advisory council tasked with promoting diversity and inclusion for the city of Lansing feel sidelined after Mayor Andy Schor shelved their recommendations for months. more
Every once in a while, an elected official comes along who does their job with a compelling combination of humility, humor, common sense and stone cold competence. more
State records show that recreational marijuana sales climbed more than eightfold since December and have rested at more than $10 million weekly since last month. Lansing is quickly cementing itself as a major player in that statewide market. more
Thirteen people will be interviewed over the next two days after the remaining members of the City Council whittled down the candidate pool yesterday evening from 22 applications. more
The three remaining members of the East Lansing City Council will select two people Saturday to fill the seats left vacant on the City Council following the recent resignations of Ruth Beier and Mark Meadows. more
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