Signals mixed on health insurance in the coming Trump era
Nov. 30 2016
Since Donald Trump’s election, patients have been asking me about the fate of the Affordable Care Act. The announcement Tuesday that the president-elect has selected an ardent foe of Obamacare to...
Nov. 30 2016
The structure below was our eyesore back in October 2014. At that time, it was noted that there was significant wood rot and that a restoration of the signage on one face of the structure had been poorly...
Lansing should nurture, not discourage, billion-dollar marijuana industry
Nov. 30 2016
There's a great adage in baseball: Better to trade a year too early than a year too late
Mayoral campaign already framed by shadowy groups and hidden agendas
Nov. 30 2016
A proxy war of secretive “citizen” groups has begun shaping a nascent 2017 Lansing mayoral race
Nov. 25 2016
A drug used to counteract the effects of an opioid overdose could be on hand in Michigan schools free of charge
Nov. 25 2016
A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories
City wants mandatory home inspections for high energy users
Nov. 23 2016
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero’s proposal aimed at regulating homegrown marijuana raises legal concerns and may even be unconstitutional, critics say
Nov. 23 2016
Recent architectural theory provides direction toward shaping a structure by accounting for a series of building contexts. One factor, Context of Purpose, considers whether a building’s appearance...
Preservationists make gains despite loss to Bernero, BWL
Nov. 23 2016
Lansing preservationists took a licking over the BWL power station, but they are still ticking — maybe even louder
Nov. 18 2016
A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories
Nov. 18 2016
A package of bills passed by the Legislature allows researchers to test drive autonomous vehicles on public roads, broadening research centers’ ability to perfect the vehicles. The bills now go to...
Nov. 16 2016
Apart from this short section of the street, this block is home to numerous tidy buildings within a successful commercial district. While this building exhibits some maintenance concerns, the state of...
Trump win unsettles those outside region's mainstream
Nov. 16 2016
As the map on the television screens in his apartment changed colors Tuesday night, Ben Schroff and his friends saw the hope of a Hillary Clinton presidency slip away and the terror of a Donald Trump...
Nov. 16 2016
Todd Heywood’s story about local fallout from the presidential election and my column today demand some amplification
Report amplifies his crimes and seeks harsher sentence
Nov. 16 2016
Stuart Dunnings III soon will be going to prison, probably for three to five years. Really not enough time
Mayor’s race grows nasty quickly
Nov. 16 2016
When I wrote the headline for last week’s cover, which said: “You thought Clinton-Trump was nasty: The 2017 Lansing mayor’s race is coming,” I didn’t think it would be that...
Nov. 15 2016
TUESDAY, Nov. 15 — A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories.Homegrown and served without a moan: Schools are...
Nov. 14 2016
LANSING — Michigan schools may not be so welcoming for students, according to two recent studies. Both Wallethub.com and Backgroundchecks.org did studies based on information from the National Cente
‘Fuck U’ spray-painted on City Pulse office building
Nov. 11 2016
FRIDAY, Nov. 11 — Vandals painted “Fuck U” on the front of City Pulse’s office building a day after the paper reported a dispute with Lansing City Council President Judi Brown Clarke...
Clarkes complain City Pulse is racist, threaten repercussions
Nov. 10 2016
Lansing City Council President Judi Brown Clarke and her husband, District Judge Hugh Clarke, have complained that this week’s cover of City Pulse was racially derogatory

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