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Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail is used to her phone ringing at all hours. As Greater Lansing had its second wave of COVID-19 cases, hundreds were being hospitalized — some of them dying. And Vail gets phone calls from hospitals for every death. more
Former three-term Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero has agreed to work with the director of a nonprofit that focuses on supporting survivors of sexual trauma after he was accused last month of sexually harassing women in 2004 and 2010. more
I wasn’t the only one to audibly sigh at Virg’s letter warning us that he was seriously interested in running for mayor again, right? more
No more than 15 people may gather outdoors in parts of East Lansing, including downtown, following an emergency order issued last week by Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail. more
Gabriel Gurule is a junior in the Michigan State University Honors College studying history. He is a member of the State Central Committee of the Michigan Democratic Party. He also serves on the MDP … more
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the first cases of COVID-19 being diagnosed in Michigan. It’s been a rough, life-altering 12 months since then. The global death toll has eclipsed 2.6 million. more
The owner of the former Sears building near the Frandor Shopping Center is charting some big plans as the 14-acre property hits the market for redevelopment. more
Two former Lansing area women who have accused Virg Bernero of sexual harassment are speaking out again this week after the former three-term Lansing Mayor minimized and denied the incidents last week. more
I am a survivor of rape. And not only that, I am a survivor of myriad offenses relating to sexual harassment, groping, fondling and physical abuse — and all areas in between. I also work with victims of the same within institutions and regarding the powerful. more
Lansing City Councilman Brandon Betz appears to have decided against resigning from office. more
Language interpreters working for Michigan government agencies and based in Mexico are paid $4 an hour by a company under a contract with the state, according to former employees.  more
Former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero is changing his tune on recent sexual harassment allegations. more
Three Lansing Police Department officers won’t face criminal charges for their role in a violent arrest last year on Baker Street. more
Politicians and business leaders in Greater Lansing are speaking out against former three-term Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero. more
The number of defendants headed to prison in Greater Lansing decreased by more than 60% last year. more
Nearly $10 million in taxes from last year’s recreational marijuana sales are heading back to more than 100 municipalities across Michigan. more
State officials reeled back epidemic restrictions this week to allow for larger household gatherings and expanded capacity limits at bars, restaurants and other larger private venues. more
Liano Sharon voted for Joe Biden for president last fall. In 2016, he voted for Hillary Clinton. Both picks were for the same reason. Neither was Donald Trump. Period. more
Nearly one year has passed since Anthony Hulon was choked to death by four police officers beneath Lansing City Hall. And 10 floors up, Mayor Andy Schor is still keeping quiet amid a lawsuit and possible criminal charges against his police officers. more
The school also suspended an employee who handles social media after posting the 1979 photo on Facebook showing students giving the Nazi salute. One of the people pictured was also clearly wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood. School officials called sharing it a “lapse of judgment.” more
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