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With more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases identified in Michigan yesterday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is bracing for impact as the pandemic continues to spread.  more
The Capital Region Community Foundation announced tonight it will use $1 million to match new donations to human services agencies to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. more
At least 184 have died from coronavirus in Michigan as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases statewide jumped more than 1,000 to nearly 6,500 earlier today. more
At least 132 people are now dead from coronavirus in Michigan as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases swelled by more than 800 this afternoon to 5,486 statewide, including at least 65 cases identified in Ingham, Clinton and Eaton counties.  more
As COVID-19 spreads, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is concerned about whether Michigan hospitals will have enough supplies to last through the weekend. But a recent major disaster declaration should help unleash federal funding for those struggling in Michigan. more
Essential workers in Ingham County must be tested for coronavirus symptoms under an emergency order issue today by the county health officer. The order requires taking employees’ temperatures as well as questioning them about their health and travel. more
Ingham County has set up a $50,000 contingency fund, extended paid sick leave for hundreds of employees and ramped up salaries for many at Ingham Community Health Centers as the number of cases of COVID-19 rises to nearly 3,700 in Michigan.  more
With almost 3,000 COVID-19 cases now reported in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is asking for federal assistance and warning hospitals to brace for overload.  more
Two more recreational marijuana dispensaries are open for curbside sales in Lansing this week after state officials declared pot shops to be “essential” in Michigan.  more
Today is “Community Support Day,” said Lansing Mayor Andy Schor.  more
As executive orders continue to tighten restrictions on Michigan citizens and businesses, City Pulse has received emails praising some stores for playing along, and criticizing others for seemingly ignoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommended social distancing procedures. more
More than 500 new cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths reported in Michigan brought the statewide death toll to 60 today, with almost 3,000 cases across the state. more
Small businesses in the Lansing region may apply for $10,000 grants to help them through the coronavirus emergency. more
The city of Lansing has announced changes to what items will be picked up curbside during the coronavirus emergency.  more
Ingham Intermediate School District has donated hospital beds and other items to Sparrow Health System that are in demand to fight the coronavirus.  more
Considering life and death questions is squirm-inducing enough in the abstract, sitting in an armchair. The COVID-19 outbreak is throwing urgent ethical and moral issues down our backs, like hot coals. more
The rapidly escalating COVID-19 crisis has entered a dangerous new phase, fraught with an unsettling uncertainty that gives rise to legitimate fears for the future of our state and nation. more
With no in-person classes and much fewer students living in the dorms, the MSU campus looks like a ghost town, save for a few joggers and the occasional passing vehicle. more
The first legislator to openly support the governor’s “stay at home” message Monday wasn’t a Democrat. more
A candidate for Eaton Co. sheriff mailed out thousands of flyers that declare electing incumbent Tom Reich to a third term would constitute a “Third Reich” term. more
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