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The mother of a woman who was killed two years ago with a stolen handgun from Total Firearms in Mason is suing the firing range for alleged negligence. more
An Ingham County Commissioner is denying wrongdoing after he was accused this week of crossing multiple county ethics policies and state campaign finance laws by requesting campaign contributions to defeat his incumbent Republican colleague. more
What happens if Proud Boys show up on Nov. 3 to be President Trump’s special poll watchers? more
Up to 189 landlords and homeowners in Lansing with lead-based paint inside their homes can now apply for up to $16,000 in home improvements after city officials secured a $4.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. more
Lansing police officers will look a bit different over the next few months as they ditch their traditional powder blue uniforms for tactical vests and much darker shades of blue. more
The coronavirus hasn’t totally canceled Halloween in Greater Lansing. Local and state officials are just urging extreme caution. more
An obscure door tucked beneath one of the massive stone staircases outside of Michigan’s Capitol opens to reveal yet another steep stairwell leading deep below the building’s south side. more
The threat of losing your driver’s license for offenses unrelated to dangerous driving would be eliminated under bills pushed by advocates for low-income Michigan residents.  more
Worried about crime? If so, check out the Upper Peninsula, which has more of Michigan’s 10 safest small communities than any other part of the state.  more
Christians at the Capitol and protesters supporting LGBTQ rights and the Black Lives Matter movement across the street at City Hall brought downtown Lansing to life this afternoon with political activity. more
After a Black teenager was repeatedly struck by a white Lansing Police Department officer along Dakin Street last year, the city of Lansing was in turmoil. more
Ballot boxes are ready in Lansing as the city prepares to begin mailing absentee ballots Thursday more
Frustrations are building among members of the Mayor’s Inclusion and Diversity Advisory Council after Mayor Andy Schor sidelined the group earlier this month and told its chairman to suspend its meetings until sometime next year. more
Demolition begins this week on the 1600 block of East Kalamazoo Street to make way for Allen Place, a multi-pronged community hub with 21 apartments, a health clinic, and a new storefront for the long-dormant East Lansing Food Co-op. more
Last week Mayor Andy Schor announced his intent to open up a new chapter in the storied history of the Lansing City Market more
The Beechwood Store in Iron River Township, built in 1912 in the small Swedish settlement of Beechwood, played an essential role in the cultural and social life of its western Upper Peninsula community. more
Brian Allen was kayaking through Arcadia Marsh in Manistee County when something big and white dove at him. He had to use his paddle to defend himself from the attacker — a mute swan. more
The threat of losing your driver’s license for offenses unrelated to dangerous driving would be eliminated under bills pushed by advocates for low-income Michigan residents.  more
A COVID-19 case tracker updated today by Michigan State University appears to significantly understate the coronavirus caseload tied to its students and staff.  more
While coronavirus-related safety measures ramp up near Michigan State University, local health officials are growing increasingly concerned for their personal safety. more
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