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The city of Lansing is preparing a suit to declare Logan Square Shopping Center a “nuisance property” in the wake of an early Sunday morning shooting incident that left five people injured. more
FRIDAY, July 28 — First Ward Lansing City Council Member Ryan Kost has changed his story about being unaware for the last 13 years that he owed over $10,000 to Eaton County District Court stemming from an auto accident. more
For decades, Chuck has been using crack, meth and heroin. The 53-year-old regularly injects drugs to get high.  He’s been to prison several times for crimes related to his drug use. He’s tried to stop using. But, he said, doing so results in “too much pain.” more
FRIDAY, July 21 — The Michigan Court of Appeals sided yesterday with Lansing Township in upholding a ruling that stops the city of Lansing’s efforts to annex the Groesbeck Neighborhood … more
Chicago-based developer J. Paul Beitler is still ready to buy Lansing City Hall and renovate it into a hotel. more
FRIDAY, July 14 — Clinton Mireles, who lives on South Fairview Avenue on Lansing’s east side, took a chance Thursday when the early-morning storm slowed a bit to run into his backyard to … more
The Race for the 7th congressional district is joined more
WEDNESDAY, July 10 —- Lansing’s Starlight Dinner Theatre has signed controversial director Guy Sanville, former artistic director of the Purple Rose Theater in Chelsea, to direct two … more
The first of what likely will be at least two suits has been filed in federal court against Lansing Community College over a data breach that may have involved more than 750,000 students, staff and … more
THURSDAY, July 6 — The search for Wynter Cole-Smith of Lansing was hampered when the Detroit Police Department refused a request from the Lansing Police Department to check out a location where … more
Lansing knew Ken Beachler for his work with the arts — whether for willing the Wharton Center into existence, helping rescue the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, sharing his encyclopedic knowledge … more
Dan Olsen’s phone started to blow up on the evening of Feb. 13 as a gunman was loose on the campus of Michigan State University. He rushed to the emergency operations center on campus, where he … more
It took almost eight years to realize I was a bigot. When I was just starting out in my journalism career, one of my first published stories was a 2015 feature about my sister, Lindsay, coming out … more
WEDNESDAY, June 28 — City of Lansing officials broke ground this morning on the Ovation downtown performing arts center and announced a $1 million, five-year partnership with Michigan State … more
FRIDAY, June 23 — The court-ordered receiver of marijuana businesses MD Industries and Rehbel Industries has agreed to sell the businesses, including their three marijuana licenses, for $2.25 … more
The iconic, century-old Moores Park swimming pool in Lansing could be restored if a $6.2 million line item in the proposed state budget survives. “I’m fighting for funding in this … more
Ben Dowd grew up in the shadow of a non-defunct air force base in Oscoda, Michigan. Wurtsmith Air Force Base was decommissioned in 1993, straddling Iosco and Oscoda counties in northeastern Michigan. … more
Juneteenth, a national holiday since 2021 and a state holiday in Michigan since 2020, honors the official end of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, hundreds of thousands of African … more
Two blocks of downtown St. Johns were festooned with rainbows. A vendor was making bubbles that wafted in the wind under the blue sky. Children laughed and squealed as they romped in a bouncy house. … more
LGBTQ+ people need housing but can face discrimination in the process of finding a home as well as harassment once in housing. A local Lansing developer wants to change that with a housing project … more
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