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Considering life and death questions is squirm-inducing enough in the abstract, sitting in an armchair. The COVID-19 outbreak is throwing urgent ethical and moral issues down our backs, like hot coals. more
The rapidly escalating COVID-19 crisis has entered a dangerous new phase, fraught with an unsettling uncertainty that gives rise to legitimate fears for the future of our state and nation. more
With no in-person classes and much fewer students living in the dorms, the MSU campus looks like a ghost town, save for a few joggers and the occasional passing vehicle. more
The first legislator to openly support the governor’s “stay at home” message Monday wasn’t a Democrat. more
A candidate for Eaton Co. sheriff mailed out thousands of flyers that declare electing incumbent Tom Reich to a third term would constitute a “Third Reich” term. more
With the streets of Greater Lansing much quieter than usual under a statewide lockdown on nonessential business, the Lansing Board of Water & Light is using the time to its advantage.  more
While much of Michigan remains on pause amid a coronavirus-induced lockdown, the medical and recreational marijuana scene in Greater Lansing is showing no signs of deceleration.  more
The cities of Lansing and East Lansing are no longer enforcing most parking violations amid the statewide lockdown that orders most residents to stay home.  more
At least nine died in Michigan from COVID-19 yesterday, bringing the total number of deaths statewide to 24 while the number of confirmed coronavirus cases jumped to nearly 1,800.   more
At least nine more are dead from COVID-19 in Michigan, bringing the total to 24, and 463 new reported cases pushed the statewide tally to 1,791 today, with at least 23 in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties.  more
Ingham Co. Health Officer Linda Vail will answer the public’s questions about the coronavirus and related issues in a telephone call-in sponsored by City Pulse.  more
Developers of the Red Cedar project have reversed their plans and are continuing construction despite being turned down for state funding.  more
While Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s latest executive order temporarily shutters many businesses in Michigan, both medical and recreational pot shops are able to continue sales through curbside pickup and at-home delivery.  more
As the capital city continues to grapple with a budget shortfall, now amid a growing global pandemic, a budget proposal from Mayor Andy Schor aims to make “strategic investment” in Lansing. But he warns that his latest proposal is merely a placeholder during the coronavirus outbreak.  more
MONDAY, March 23 — Social distancing may save your life, but it is stressful. A health science professor at Ball State University has offered a list of recommendations for staying … more
Much of Michigan is at a standstill that will continue 'til at least mid-April after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, in a sweeping executive mandate issued this morning, ordered all business operations that are “not necessary to sustain or protect life” to close, also directing residents to stay at home except in very limited circumstances.  more
Much of Michigan is at a standstill through mid-April after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, in a sweeping executive mandate issued this morning, ordered all business operations closed that are “not necessary to sustain or protect life,” also directing residents to stay at home except for in very limited circumstances.  more
Greater Lansing is on hold as the coronavirus infection spreads and precautions go into full force.  more
Judy Walgren feared Stella, her 6-year-old Bernese Mountain dog, had a urinary tract infection, so she headed to the Small Animal Clinic at Michigan State University on Saturday.  more
At least eight are dead in Michigan as the number of patients testing positive for the coronavirus statewide surged past 1,000 earlier this afternoon.   more
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