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My name is John Cosme. I have been employed by the Lansing Police Department (LPD) for 22 years and almost 4 months. more
Amid continued unrest over police discrimination in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, Mayor Andy Schor announced three “community input meetings." more
“There’s still a need for legislative change to ensure equal rights go beyond employment,” said Fair & Equal spokesman Josh Hovey. more
Newly released court records allege that a former high school soccer coach and executive director of the Capital Area Soccer League allegedly coaxed a 15-year-old boy from Grand Ledge into sending him sexually explicit pictures in exchange for booze. more
With a vacuum of leadership at the federal level, to put it politely, it’s hard to overstate Michigan’s good fortune in being governed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, one of our readers’ top three “COVID-19 Heroes,” in the pandemic and flood year of 2020. more
So far, the Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has only cleared two charges for disturbing the peace. And neither of those suspects have been formally arraigned for the crime while the police continue to investigate. more
Paul Birdsong, the de facto spokesman for “We the Free People of Lansing,” told City Pulse that he’s done waiting on the local cops and could soon start taking matters into his own hands. more
Mellonie, a Lansing resident who lives on $700 a month and copes with serious medical issues, needed help with a $150 Consumers Energy bill in April. more
An underground legion armed with fabric, needles and thread is up to its elastic ear bands in the biggest challenge it’s ever faced. more
A few Michigan Republican operatives are spending their summer collecting signatures to repeal the 1945 “Riot Act.” more
Five Republicans, including three incumbents, are vying for four seats on the Dewitt Township Board of Trustees as Trustee Stephen Musselman prepares to leave the post later this year. more
Two candidates are competing for Lansing Township treasurer. more
Two incumbent members of the Clinton County Board of Commissioners, a Democrat and a Republican, are fighting for another two-year term in next month’s primary election. more
Six Democrats are vying for four seats on the Delta Township Board of Trustees. more
Marie Howe, 72, has lived in Bath Township for the last 22 years. She retired in 2003 after a lengthy career that included time in the U.S. Marshals Service and as a sergeant-at-arms for the state legislator before moving into politics as a legislative director for a Michigan representative. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor must have been feeling generous last month. more
A key lesson to be learned from our present circumstances is that democracy is not a spectator sport. Watching from the sidelines simply isn’t an option because too much is at stake. more
Do you have one and a half million bucks to spare? One of Lansing’s grandest and biggest old houses, the 1926 Potter House at 1348 Cambridge St., was listed for sale Wednesday. more
Lansing Police Department officers will no longer bust down doors without knocking when they perform search warrants at homes within the city, officials said.  more
Two mildly symptomatic officers at the Lansing Police Department have been pulled from the streets after they recently tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said. more
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