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THURSDAY, Dec. 1 — Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum confirmed today that she is beginning to lay the groundwork for a recount of all of all voting precincts in Lansing. The move comes … more
This first weekend of December is a great time to get out and enjoy all the city has to offer before holiday shopping, family gatherings and inevitable snowstorms derail plans for much-needed free … more
THURSDAY, Dec, 1 — Former director of the Office of Faith Based Initiatives in the city of Lansing Bishop David W. Maxwell has died. He was 66.  Maxwell came into the mayoral administration of Virg Bernero in January 2005. … more
Carol Siemon told voters in Ingham County in 2016 that she wanted to bring a new way of seeking justice through prosecution. They rewarded her with a four-year term as Ingham County prosecutor, and … more
Go deep. That was the answer to decades of handwringing and consternation regarding the construction of Heritage Hall, an addition to Michigan’s … more
Ingham County Circuit Judge Wanda Stokes has dismissed lawsuits by six current or former city of Lansing employees alleging racial discrimination and ordered the plaintiffs to pay the city’s … more
TUESDAY, Nov. 29 --- Ingham County Circuit Judge Wanda Stokes has dashed the hopes of six former or current City of Lansing employees who sued in August 2020 alleging racial discrimination. … more
LANSING – In the course of 11 days, a device dating back to 234 B.C. successfully captured 704 fish and lifted them into a collection basket as part of a project to determine if the method could be used in the future to move fish across dams without injury, … more
An aerospace engineering team at the University of Michigan is researching hybrid-electric aircraft to dramatically reduce carbon emissions. The U-M aviation program will follow a design similar to the way hybrid-electric cars use batteries. … more
LANSING – Rock climbing might be a new tool for conserving the public land that bolsters Michigan’s annual $20 billion tourism industry. The sport is gaining traction as outdoor enthusiasts look to experience nature … more
This year’s 38th Annual Silver Bells in the City celebration was jam-packed with festive events to get Michiganders in the holiday spirit. Event organizers said about 25,000 people attended. The event kicked off with the 25th Annual Electric Light Parade, more
Apartments are out, but a rooftop restaurant and bar are in the latest plan for a three-story downtown performing arts center as the Lansing City Council appears poised to approve up to $20 … more
In this week's issue, you will find our annual donation envelope. If you can, we at City Pulse hope you will show your support with a gift in any amount.  Each week, we strive to do our best … more
As president of Lansing Community College, Brent Knight was known for scooting around campus on a golf cart. So it seems appropriate that in retirement he is living next to a golf … more
A historic home on Moores River Drive is receiving the TLC it deserves. New owners Holli Seabury, executive director of the Delta Dental Foundation, and her husband, Mark, a chemist at Pratt & … more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23 — Minutes after Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon announced her retirement, 30th Circuit Judge Rosemary Aquilina criticized her anew for not putting public safety first. “I am looking forward to a prosecutor who will follow the law and protect public safety,”  Aquilina said in a telephone interview. ... more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23 --- Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon, 66, is retiring from the office Jan. 1, halfway through her second term. Siemon was the first woman elected to serve in that office. And at times, she was controversial. Some of her policies and practices raised the ire of the Ingham County sheriff ... more
LANSING –  Advocates are pushing for ballots to be in several languages and for more translation services at state agencies and other initiatives to expand language access in Michigan. … more
LANSING – Michigan is among a very few states still requiring high school students to take the writing portion of the SAT college admissions test. Removing the requirement passed the state House 104-1 last March, … more
THURSDAY, Nov. 17 --- The snow was flying, cars were honking and Starbucks barista Tristian Gauthier,20,  was watching it all as she spoke with City Pulse this moring about the strike against … more
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