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A board member for the Lansing Promise scholarship program is facing criticism after falsely claiming that Black communities are more susceptible to election fraud. more
One line in Kyle Kaminski’s resume says a lot. It declares his reporting at the Traverse City Record-Eagle emphasized “hard-hitting stories that serve a watchdog-type service for our readers.” more
The iconic site of the first Biggby Coffee shop in East Lansing is set to be turned into another parking lot, despite concerns from public officials over the necessity of more surface parking. And even the owners of the property are starting to recognize that it may be an “atrocious” idea. more
Earlier this year, Sarah was experiencing symptoms that she thought might be related to HIV. With the COVID-19 crisis still raging across the country, she wasn’t sure if she could get tested. more
An ordinance approved this week by the Lansing City Council is designed to ramp up local enforcement of state health orders on face masks, social distancing and capacity restrictions. more
Quarantine time on your hands? Comb through Lansing’s 300-page draft on form-based zoning code, available for perusal on the city website, and spot the ban on keeping emus in your yard. more
The Trump campaign is putting a final push on Michigan’s Republican legislators to find a way to appoint Michigan’s 16 Electoral College members to vote for President Donald Trump for president on the argument that there was too much fraud and shenanigans that took place in Wayne County to let the vote there stand. more
Summer is a long way off, but we can almost hear the joyous sounds of children frolicking in a newly refurbished Moores Park Pool. The distance between here and there is measured not in months, but in dollars, and lots of them. more
Frances Park along Moores River Drive in Lansing will soon be glowing with holiday lights. more
Leandro Passoa was at a loss for words. But given that he had just won a brand new Mazda Miata, it’s understandable. more
State officials are set to investigate a complaint about Ingham County Commissioner-Elect Bob Pena, who was already found to be months late in reporting thousands of dollars in political contributions. more
State Canvasser Norm Shinkle talked to a lot of people locked in his home office over the last five days, looking into what his legal options were heading into Monday’s Board of State Canvasser meeting. more
Starting tomorrow morning, Blue Owl Coffee Co. will begin donating 10% of its bean and merchandise proceeds through December. more
The next step for President-elect Joe Biden is to adopt the U.S. Postal Service slogan: Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night will stop me from richly rewarding African American voters, for they flipped Michigan for Biden/Harris. more
The Board of State Canvassers voted 3-0, with one abstention — by Norm Shinkle, of Wiliamston — to certify the results of the General Election this week. more
On Monday night, Nicole Fowler’s biggest 2020 fears became a reality. more
It’s still too soon to tell whether another round of statewide emergency orders that took effect last week in Michigan have done anything to curb a growing number of COVID-19 cases. more
Webberville, in turn, is increasingly focused on a new type of agriculture within its secluded business park off I-96: weed. And many residents are hopeful it could help keep the town alive. more
State licensing records show that American Securities Integrated in Webberville was licensed as a transporter for Michigan’s cannabis market earlier this year. Those records also listed Webberville Mayor Brad Hitchcock’s daughter, Lynsey Hitchcock, as the registered owner. more
A liberal advocacy organization in Lansing is declaring a partial legal victory today after settling a years-long lawsuit. more
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