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Last week, I wrote that there were two recent events that made me think America’s unraveling had reached a point of no return. The more I thought about it, though, I realized there was a third: the blasé reaction to a credible allegation of sexual assault made against the president of the United States by a well-known New York media personality. more
As it turns out, it was a bad week to be reading a book called “How Democracies Die.” more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made the case Tuesday to both Michigan U.S. senators and nine Michigan U.S. House members on why a 10-year, $830 million plan to jazz up the Brandon Road Lock and Dam is the best way to prevent Asian Carp, and possibly other invasive species, from entering Lake Michigan. more
Three years of records detailing complaints filed against officers at the Lansing Police Department will remain hidden from public view after city officials blocked their release in a recent Freedom of Information Act request. more
It's a neighborhood within a neighborhood, with a shared garden space, a cabana and a landscaped brick walkway to connect several, smaller cottage-homes — all of them smaller than 1,000 square feet. more
Words from the City Pulse staff about choice Top of the Town winners. more
Ignore how much work the word "we" is doing in that sentence — as if McConnell hadn’t spent his career fighting civil rights and literally breaking the Senate to weaken Barack Obama. Ignore, too, at least for now, the question of how reparations would work. more
In its brief five years of existence, the Lansing Bike Co-op has had its fair share of difficulties. It had no home at all for its first six months, then moved into a building with no heating or plumbing. more
Over the last decade, fewer first responders have taken more time to deal with a growing number of emergencies in Lansing. And it’s pushing some officials to sound an alarm: Could public safety be reaching a breaking point? more
The nurses could be heard yesterday at the top of the hill from McLaren Orthopedic Hospital, from the sound of passing cars blaring their horns on Pennsylvania Avenue. more
My big hobby is cars. I bought this car new right out of high school. Then I got married in 1972 and sold it because I didn’t have much money. About five years later, the guy wanted to sell it and I bought it back. I’ve kept it since.  more
Lansing’s 54-A District Court Judge Hugh Clarke Jr. is leaving the courtroom. more
Money from some of the world’s biggest philanthropies will be spent on addressing greater economic mobility for Lansing residents. Lansing was selected as one of the 10 cities nationwide to participate in the initiative. more
A large Sparrow coach bus will be parked outside of Advent House Ministries Friday at 1:30 p.m. The public can line up for free, basic health services and screenings. It is advised that patients with Medicaid/Medicare or other insurance bring their membership card, but is not required. more
My interest in neon started once I started to document them on Instagram. I was always attracted to bright colors and the aesthetics of it. I wish I could live in a more colorful ‘80s and ‘90s world and really love how the old malls really went crazy with neon to decorate. more
Dr. Karen Kent VanGorder, senior vice president and chief medical and quality officer at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, asserted last week that more than 90 deficiencies uncovered in a safety inspection by The Joint Commission had since been “entirely resolved.” more
Erica Grey and the Lansing Police Department might have different interpretations of the word “help.” more
The two teenagers involved in a controversial arrest on Dakin Street in Lansing last Friday will face a series of felony charges, including resisting arrest, destruction of police property and assaulting police.  more
After hiring a California-based search firm to bring in top-tier candidates from across the country, the city of Grand Rapids announced earlier this month that Lansing Police Chief Michael Yankowski and two other candidates had been named finalists in its search for its next police chief. more
Two Lansing Police Department officers have since been placed on administrative leave after one repeatedly struck an unarmed, handcuffed black teenager during an arrest late yesterday morning. more
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