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It was the worst of times, a perfectly miserable year by any measure. Between a murderous pandemic, a corrupt and conniving president, a sharply divided and angry populace, and a sickening wave of deadly police brutality, mainly against people of color, what more could possibly go wrong? more
Bernice King is headlining the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission of Mid-Michigan's 2021 annual MLK Day of Celebration. This is the first year in the event’s 36-year history that it will be televised. It will be broadcast by WILX TV 10-NBC on Monday, Jan.18 from 7 to 8 p.m. more
Newly renegotiated healthcare benefits for city of Lansing retirees that take effect Friday, Jan. 1, will reduce unfunded legacy costs by $77.6 million over the next 30 years, city officials said. more
The year 2020 was a wild one for headlines. Here are the 10 most popular stories we published on more
In the wake of several documented allegations of racial discrimination, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor announced Tuesday he signed an executive order to establish ways to further its “commitment to fair and bias-free treatment of all people.” more
Mike Shirkey would prefer to say, “Bovine secretion.” That’s what he calls the Gov. Gretchen Whitmer administration’s latest economic shutdowns on restaurants and eating at entertainment venues. more
Lansing firefighters didn’t want to put out a small bonfire at a homeless camp off Larch Street on Monday evening. They were just doing their job, following orders from the top, they explained. more
State lawmakers in Michigan approved a $465 million relief package this week that reportedly includes more than $63 million in grants for small businesses and individual grants of up to $1,650 per person for those who lost their jobs or wages due to pandemic-related health orders. more
As cases of coronavirus in Ingham county began to wane in June, Michigan State University researcher Joan Rose noticed a sudden uptick in the amount of coronavirus in campus and Meridian Township wastewater. Without many students on campus, the news was puzzling. more
Last July, Lansing code compliance officers conducted an inspection of the Porter Apartments, a 98-unit, low-income apartment building for senior citizens located on Townsend Street in downtown Lansing. more
One trillion four hundred billion dollars. That’s how much students owe the federal government for college student loans. It’s a curse. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is reeling back on his plans to adjust healthcare benefits for about 1,300 retirees, announcing a new plan today that reportedly won’t result in “long-term cost increases” while also still saving the city about $3.5 million annually. more
Another top city official has announced that she will depart from Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s administration as staff turnover and reorganization continues at City Hall. more
At least a dozen employees at the Accident Fund Insurance Co. of America headquarters in Lansing have said they’ve been unfairly required to report to work during the pandemic. more
Confusion and miscommunication led to the temporary closure of El Azteco restaurant in Lansing. more
Royal Scot Bowling and Golfing Center is set for a hearing next month. more
Local officials celebrated a series of recent repairs along the Lansing River Trail today. more
The Botanical Co. became Lansing’s newest medical and recreational provisioning center when it opened Tuesday near the Capital Region International Airport at 3535 Capitol City Blvd. more
City Pulse asked: Are increased police patrols a good short-term solution to curbing the gun violence tracked this year? How should the spike in homicides be addressed in Lansing? more
I’m not going to blow up Trump over this. Republicans need to do address this. more
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