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As governors across the Midwest order their residents to shelter in place amid multiple statewide lockdowns, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pushed back yesterday: “We are not there,” she said.  more
As social distancing precautions create challenges for efforts to collect petition signatures in Michigan, at least one statewide measure hasn’t given up on its plans to push forward with legislative change. more
As Sparrow Hospital in Lansing announces same-day testing for coronavirus, at least 549 cases have been identified in Michigan, including at least 10 cases in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties. more
While Michigan’s major grocery stores ramp up safety precautions amid the spread of coronavirus in Greater Lansing, federal guidelines to maintain a proper social distance are being routinely ignored.  more
Michigan charted its first coronavirus death yesterday as a series of state mandates to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 continue to grind day-to-day life to a halt in Greater Lansing and beyond.  more
As reported in these pages last week, the Lansing Housing Commission’s interim executive director, Doug Fleming, announced his intent to sell more than 200 units of scattered public housing jointly owned by the City of Lansing, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs and the commission. more
Plans to redevelop the former Red Cedar Golf Course have been rejected by the Michigan Strategic Fund Board after officials said the project wouldn’t do enough to bolster the local economy.  more
The new permit program for overnight parking in Lansing may come to an end almost before it can even be enforced. more
Tired of being poked by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the national Democrats’ rising star, on cable news networks for his administration’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, President Donald Trump singled out the “Failing” governor in a tweet Tuesday. more
An invisible, human-borne wind sweeping the globe turned much of Greater Lansing into an eerie zone of isolation and dread this week. more
It’s Groundhog Day or — more accurately — Groundhog Session for the Michigan Senate as it again stalls on even discussing, let alone voting, on a series of House bills known as the Legislative Open Records Act. more
As the coronavirus spreads, the city of Lansing is bracing for a worst-case scenario. Nowhere are those concerns more exacerbated than with some of the region’s most vulnerable: the homeless. more
Sunday morning, Haley Vay Beaman, pastor of University Lutheran Church in East Lansing, sat on the floor of her living room, picked up a well-worn Bible and addressed her congregation via computer and phone screens for the first time. more
The Michigan Nurses Association is growing concerned that many hospitals in Michigan have yet to implement protective protocols and equipment for their staff as more confirmed cases of coronavirus crop up nationwide. more
Like everyone else, we at City Pulse are making decisions on what to do during the coronavirus crisis. more
East Lansing Police Chief Larry Sparkes announced his retirement this week, just days after his department announced the Michigan State Police was investigating an officer for excessive force.  more
Jerry Jodloski and Cari DeLamielleure haven’t had one customer this week.  more
The Lansing City Council voted, 6 -2, Monday to approve a budget amendment that chips away $3.15 million from the city’s “rainy day” reserve funds, a financial cushion designed to help offset unexpectedly declining revenues and increasing expenses in governmental operations. And it leaves only about $6.8 million in the bank.  more
The Lansing Police Department is curbing its response to several types of non-violent crime in the city amid ongoing efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus.  more
The College of Music at Michigan State University has canceled public events for the rest of the spring semester because of the coronavirus threat.  more
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