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At least 34 deaths tracked across Greater Lansing over the last week. more
As if the death, despair and financial ruin wrought by COVID-19 isn’t enough to make 2020 the worst year in modern history, a sharp increase in homicides in the city of Lansing is adding to the community’s misery. more
As homicide reports continue to rise locally, efforts to chip away funding from the Lansing Police Department are losing steam. more
Other than seeing the occasional face mask, one could be forgiven for forgetting about the pandemic inside the alley. more
The parking garage attached to the Accident Fund Insurance Co. of America headquarters is an oddity. more
Another pot shop is opening for medical and recreational sales in Lansing. more
A small protest formed this afternoon outside the Michigan State Capitol before the state’s 16 presidential electors unanimously cast their votes for President-elect Joe Biden. more
Lansing City Council President Peter Spadafore has his eyes set on a second year with the presidential gavel as the Council prepares to elect its leaders for 2021. more
Even officials like Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail have had moments where they’ve questioned the efficacy of a fast-tracked COVID-19 vaccine for residents in Greater Lansing. more
Desiree Kirkland may have brought some baggage with her to the capital city, but Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is confident that his latest pick for city treasurer will exceed all expectations. more
The global campaign to vaccinate as many humans as possible against the ravages of the coronavirus is officially underway more
Pam Thayer hasn’t hugged or kissed her daughter for nearly a year. That desire to interact with her family again is driving her willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine. She’s relying on science. more
A mysterious monolithic structure is catching some attention in Lansing after it mysteriously appeared on the sidewalk on Turner Street in Old Town Tuesday. more
I dread clicking into my Twitter feed. I secretly hope the snide, clever, cutting remark from some lightly informed blowhard hiding behind some gutless pseudonym won’t be there. more
An online crowdfunding campaign aims to illuminate downtown Lansing. more
City Pulse video interview with Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail and Adenike Shoyinka, Ingham County’s chief medical officer. more
A local church is handing more than $20,000 in gift cards this weekend. more
A lawsuit filed in part by Lansing Catholic High School aims to get students back in the classroom as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread in Michigan. more
Several people who were at the Michigan State Capitol last week to hear testimony regarding the election from Rudy Giuliani have been ordered to quarantine themselves after Giuliani was hospitalized with COVID-19. more
The nipple has been set free in the city of East Lansing.  more
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