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East Lansing Mayor Aaron Stephens has never seen such a quiet Welcome Weekend at Michigan State University. more
The doors are locked at a liquor store on Lansing’s south side where clerks repeatedly sold booze to teenage decoys from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. more
An employee who tested positive for COVID-19 prompted the Lansing School District to delay the upcoming school year from Monday until Sept. 8. But amid a struggle to buy laptops for students, district officials said the delay would have likely happened regardless. more
In an ideal world, Mellema would have every student back in the classroom, but he knows that COVID-19 still poses a very real threat across Michigan. more
Two films honoring the 56th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King Jr. are coming to the Cooley Law School Stadium this weekend. more
A former Lansing fire chief will return to Lansing next month as interim fire chief while officials look for a permanent replacement for Mike Mackey. more
Gabrielle Lawrence is navigating a steep learning curve. In January, she was elected president of the Lansing School District Board of Education, and just two months later she was cramming to help the district get past COVID-19. more
When Joe Prevo Jr. started his Eagle Scout project at 16 years old, he hardly could have imagined that his work would one day bring a community together. It was a simple landscaping project, a flower bed built around a large and stoic, wooden cross. Over the years, it became overgrown and dilapidated. more
Strange Matter Coffee & Bakery has closed its downtown Lansing location until either a COVID-19 vaccine is discovered or a more profitable use can be found for the space. more
Charles D. Carey, senior partner at CIG Capital, told City Pulse he wants his firm to get behind a 30-story, mixed-use high rise. Lansing's tallest building, the Boji Tower, is 23 floors. more
As nationwide concerns set in over delays in the U.S. Postal Service ahead of an expected record-breaking number of mail-in ballots for this year’s General Election, a postal union official sees little problem locally. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is on the defensive amid a racial discrimination lawsuit from several current and former employees and leaked audio in which Schor recognized “racial issues” and apologized to one of the plaintiffs — hardly something a defense attorney ever wants to hear. more
Mark Meadows can cite many reasons a sane person would quit the East Lansing City Council. more
Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green has vowed to investigate and possibly discipline several maskless police officers who mistakenly detained a City Pulse reporter downtown last Thursday. more
An increasing nationwide clog in mail delivery is pushing some elected officials to demand solutions from the federal government in order to ensure voters across Michigan aren’t disenfranchised by service interruptions at the U.S. Postal Service. more
Michigan Democrats will vote virtually next week on two nominees for Michigan State University Board of Trustees, and it's doubtful that the name of Joel Ferguson will be among the choices. more
“I’m leaving for personal reasons,” Mackey confirmed today. “It’s nothing to do with that" lawsuit. more
As several current and former Black city employees push forward with a lawsuit against the mayor and the city of Lansing, leaked audio from last year has surfaced of Lansing Mayor Andy Schor recognizing and apologizing for alleged racism at the Lansing Fire Department. more
“It’s not fun working for the city of Lansing if you’re an African American,” plaintiffs' lawyer says more
Nine Black current and former city of Lansing employees have sued the city, the mayor, the firefighters’ union and others for racial discimination and race-based retaliation. more
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