Jan. 11 2016
Jae Burnham, owner of U Save Moving and Storage appeared Monday before 54 A District Court Judge Hugh Clarke, Jr. Burnham entered a 'no contest' plea to charge he operated his moving company without
Aug. 27 2015
City Pulse reporter Todd Heywood talks with Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero about the city's approach to the heroin problem
Aug. 27 2015
City Pulse reporter Todd Heywood talks to Lansing Police Chief Michael Yankowski about the department's new approach to Lansing's heroin surge
Aug. 26 2015
The idea is similar to an initiative started in May by the Gloucester, Mass., Police Department. By August, The Washington Post reported recently, 109 addicts had been helped into treatment programs through...
Aug. 26 2015
The Lansing city attorney and Mayor Virg Bernero are challenging a report by the City Council’s internal auditor that alleges the law department is four months behind on paying...
Aug. 26 2015
Minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that marriage was legal for same-gender couples in the entire United States, Barb Byrum had a couple before her who wanted to be married. The 37-year-old...
Aug. 19 2015
Theresa Moore has lived near one of the Lansing’s busiest sex–for-sale corridors, a stretch of Kalamazoo Street, for 17 years. While she is wary of the women who work the...
Aug. 12 2015
“Pathetic.” That’s how embattled physician Paul DeWeese characterized an FBI affidavit filed in federal court alleging a variety of abuses in his Lansing-based pain...
Aug. 12 2015
Lansing City Councilwoman Carol Wood has reimbursed the city of Lansing for some of the ads she placed with taxpayer funds that included her campaign web address. Wood said Thursday...
Aug. 12 2015
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 12 — A Lansing man has been arrested on federal charges of sex trafficking for allegedly taking four women, including a minor, across state lines. Tyrone Smith, 45, Tyrone Smith...
Aug. 10 2015
MONDAY, Aug. 10 — Christopher Zemer has been flying the Confederate flag on his antique root beer stand for the past 12 years, including at the Great Lakes Folk Festival. But this year the flag was...
Aug. 10 2015
MONDAY, Aug. 10 — Actress and author Melissa Gilbert announced Monday that she will seek the Democratic nomination for 8th Congressional district in Michigan in 2016
Aug. 7 2015
FRIDAY, Aug. 7 — Lansing City Councilwoman Carol Wood has reimbursed the city of Lansing for some of the ads she placed with taxpayer funds that included her campaign web address. Wood said...
Aug. 5 2015
In the middle of the ice storm crisis in Lansing in late December 2013, Cassandra, 34, found herself literally out in the cold. She had been attacked by a man she was staying with, and police had arrested...
Aug. 5 2015
FBI allegations against him are “categorically false or a gross misrepresentation of the facts,” Dr. Paul DeWeese, a former state representative, said Tuesday. DeWeese’ s medical license...
Aug. 5 2015
You’ve seen them: Metal donation bins all but obscured by mattresses, furniture and other large items. “When the bins first started appearing, there were only a few, and then more and more...
July 30 2015
THURSDAY, July 30 — Third Ward City Councilwoman A’Lynne Boles is facing questions on several fronts for campaign activities in the run-up to Tuesday’s primary election. Ingham County...
July 29 2015
In a sweeping affidavit filed in federal court, the FBI alleges that said Dr. Paul DeWeese, a former Republican state lawmaker from Mid-Michigan, illegally diverted prescription drugs — like Norco,...
July 15 2015
Despite having his reappointment nomination withdrawn late Monday afternoon by Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, Lansing Board of Water and Light Commissioner Anthony McCloud will continue to serve in his position
July 15 2015
A committee set up ostensibly to bring greater campaign transparency to city of Lansing elections has violated Michigan campaign laws, Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum has determined. Citing reporting by...

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