Aug. 16 2017
UPDATE: This story has been updated to include a statement from MSU President Lou Anna Simon, as well as to add additional information related to white nationalists at Michigan State University.WEDNESDAY,...
Aug. 10 2017
Hollister, 75, began public service as a classic activist-idealist government teacher at Eastern High School from 1965 to 1970. He still describes himself as a lifelong bleeding-heart liberal but in 50...
Aug. 10 2017
As expected, state Rep. Andy Schor came in first in a field of five candidates. But his win was unexpectedly large. With all precincts reporting, Schor won over 68 percent of the vote. Brown Clarke, an...
Aug. 10 2017
Houghton squeaks into the General Election — by 35 votes Incumbent 2nd Ward City Councilwoman Tina Houghton beat out neighborhood activist Julee Rodocker by just 35 votes, 660 to 625, in Tuesday’s...
Aug. 10 2017
Despite the very public placement of the detail shown in the May 31 “Eye for Design,” no readers identified its location at the entrance to Morrill Plaza on Michigan State University’s...
Aug. 10 2017
County commissioners attempt end run around Open Meetings Act to address bad audit findings Ingham County commissioners wanted to meet in secret to discuss the fourth year of negative audits of the Treasurer’s...
Aug. 10 2017
City Hall: 'Ugly, utilitarian'After reading the recent article “Red flag sale” (City Pulse, Aug. 2), I think it is important for readers to get a different perspective on the potential sale...
Aug. 9 2017
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Aug. 3 2017
Despite the early hour, about 130 people from across the state packed the public feedback session and 30 people gave spoken comments to a panel of state officials led by Valerie Brader, director of the...
Aug. 3 2017
617 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing This property was provided as a reader tip, with the added comment that it is just down the street from a recent Eye Candy. One can just make out the bottom of an upper...
Aug. 3 2017
Paid 'volunteer'Contrary to claim, Schor compensated PR firm for campaign work As State Rep. Andy Schor was putting the finishing touches on his announcement that he would seek the Lansing Mayor’s...
Aug. 3 2017
Red Flag SaleCity Hall — hailed for its style — could fall A request for proposals to purchase and redevelop Lansing City Hall may result in the ionic example of Mid-Century Modern architecture...
Aug. 3 2017
Developer, tax delinquent lawyer are leading Brown Clarke backers One of Lansing’s biggest real estate developers and a top property tax scofflaw and his associates provided nearly one-fifth of...
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Developer: Request for proposals emphasizes tearing down iconic building
July 28 2017
An architectural rendering of possible redevelopments included in the proposals appears to show the entire elimination of the current buildings and plaza, bringing a multi-story building to the sidewa
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Lansing Police Department and Ingham County Animal Control raid Ingham and Eaton County homes
July 27 2017
One of several dogs removed from the Lansing Avenue home.Photo by Eve Kucharski In what appears to be an animal cruelty case, Lansing Police and Ingham County Animal Control raided a house
July 27 2017
City attorney says initiative language has problems A citizen petition to ask voters to approve a medical marijuana licensing ordinance is on hold while Lansing city officials consider the legality...
July 27 2017
Accused killer found incompetent to stand trial in suspected hate case The accused murderer in what has overtones of a gay hate crime has been deemed incompetent to stand trial, Ingham County Prosecutor...
July 27 2017
408 E. Grand River Ave. Lansing Approaching this building from the west, one is immediately captured by Barbara Hranilovich’s colorful mural of an urban forest. The liveliness of the mural is carried...
July 27 2017
Chicken and EggAs primary election nears, candidates campaign to the choir Tina Aquirre sits on the front porch of her small house smoking a cigarette. Her 27-year-old son, Tony, is there as well. She...
July 27 2017
Council approves ballot question on selling historic Cooley-Haze House The fate of one of the last city-owned historic properties could be decided by voters in November. City Council, on the advice of...