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Just after 9:40 p.m. Thursday (Aug. 24), an EF-2 tornado with a maximum wind speed of 125 miles per hour struck Greater Lansing, resulting in two confirmed deaths in Ingham County being tallied among the five statewide casualties that were reported over the weekend. more
The race to select a Democrat to run for Debbie Stabenow’s seat in the U.S. Senate is shaping up, in part, as progressive vs. moderate. The moderate is Elissa Slotkin, who is in her third term in the U.S. House representing Greater Lansing. At least two of her opponents, Hill Harper and Pamela Pugh, are making a point of running to her left. The Democratic primary is still almost a year away, but the race is very much in motion. more
It takes a second to blink off the noonday glare of downtown Lansing and adjust to the butterscotch glow of the historic Atrium Building on Washington Square. more
The Lansing Housing Commission is going ahead with plans for a $22.5 million mixed-use and mixed-income income apartment building in the heart of downtown Lansing after receiving a state tax credit, the commission’s executive director said. more
When he was 14, Adam Hussain witnessed a gun homicide in Risdale Park, along Pleasant Grove Road in south Lansing. He and his friends were on foot to a basketball court when a man arrived in a cab. The man got out of the car and began shooting at the court. One man was killed. more
THURSDAY, Aug. 10 — The state of Michigan has awarded the Lansing Housing Commission a $1.497 million tax credit toward a proposed $22.5 million mixed-use housing project in the heart of … more
THURSDAY, Aug. 10 — Republican congressional candidate Tom Barrett is soliciting signatures and funds from people to stand against the “woke” mob he alleges is trying to … more
Tabitha Castilla watched her two daughters roll down the sidewalks on Stafford Street in south Lansing on their hoverboards and smiled. “I love that they can be out here and play like this … more
MONDAY, Aug. 7 — Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin was one of only two Democrats to vote for a Republican measure widely seen as targeting the potential display of gay Pride flags at military … more
FRIDAY, Aug. 4 — U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin is no longer a registered voter in the 7th Congressional District, which she was elected  to represent nine months ago. Slotkin, a Democrat, moved out of her Lansing rental and changed her voter registration to Holly, which is in the 9th Congressional District. more
 FRIDAY, Aug. 4 —- A local pastor entered at least a grey area last Sunday when he seemed to endorse Lansing City Council candidate Tamera Carter and solicit money for her from his … more
THURSDAY, Aug. 3  — Tamera Carter has made an issue of declining support from Lansing Mayor Andy Schor through his political action committee for her campaign for an at-large seat on the … more
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
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