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WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14 — “It’s dead,” Lansing Councilmember Brian Daniels declared today after Mayor Andy Schor promised not to put a golf driving range in Bancroft Park against … more
TUESDAY, Sept. 13 — A college-age male was found with a taser early Sunday morning at Michigan State University’s Bailey Hall.  Police were dispatched to Bailey Hall at 12:45 a.m. … more
An Ottawa County electroplating company and two of its top officers have pleaded guilty to violating the federal Clean Water Act by discharging wastewater with excessive amounts of zinc. After an … more
Michigan school officials are concerned about children going hungry or accumulating lunch debt after Congress recently ended federal funding for free meals for all students. “Families are … more
When Thomas Barnes served less than a year in jail on a felony drug charge, he spoke with his mother almost daily. It cost half of her monthly income. “What it costs to make a call from jail … more
(This story has been corrected to reflect that the National Weather Service predicts there is a 40% chance that temperatures will be warmer than normal this fall. An earlier version said the service … more
The ruling upheld a temporary restraining order issued Tuesday by Ingham County Circuit Judge Clinton Canady III. more
An odd tradition – sea lamprey pie – linking the Great Lakes to Great Britain’s Royals and is expected to continue with the crowning of King Charles III. Lampreys … more
If all goes as planned, Lansing’s 2022-‘23 arts calendar will bring the first act of a multi-million-dollar, real-world production, decades in the making: the groundbreaking of a new … more
It would be the only fixed stage built in a Lansing city park. It would mean weekly summer concerts would be the norm, instead of just once during the summer on a traveling stage if Walnut … more
Everybody knows how MSU’s Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum leans into Grand River Avenue, defying gravity, breaking from traditional forms of architecture, repudiating right angles. “Zaha … more
Librarians across Michigan have a lot on their minds as Banned Book Week approaches on Sept. 18.  This past election cycle, residents in Michigan’s Jamestown Township in Ottawa County, … more
One of Lansing’s newest public art installations has transformed a brown wall into an inspiring, colorful mural. Nine feet high by 165 feet tall, “Creativity is a Superpower” is on … more
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7 --- As part of an ongoing series, City Pulse will be publishing the East Lansing Police Department's weekly activity log. The log has not been altered from what was released. Logs … more
TUESDAY, Sept. 6 — Ingham County Circuit Judge Clinton Canady III issued a temporary injunction today preventing the city of Lansing’s proposal to annex the Groesbeck area of Lansing Township from appearing on the Nov. 8 ballot.  more
TUESDAY, September 6 — The future of an annexation election will be decided this morning by an Ingham County Circuit Court Judge.  Clinton Canady III will hear arguments on why the … more
Lansing police are trying to determine what a 38-year-old man was doing on the train tracks when he was struck and killed Friday. The crash took place near the crossing at South Holmes Street and … more
SATURDAY, Sept. 2 — The Michigan Chicken Wing Festival will run Saturday and Sunday at Adado Riverfront Park. The annual event supports people with cancer with needs such as groceries, medical … more
THURSDAY, Sept. 1 — Gawk at the cars, bring your own, grab some grub and check out the downtown Holt businesses. That’s why Delhi Township Clerk Evan Hope worked with community leaders to … more
Jack Ward was uncertain how many of his peers gathered on Sept. 27, 2021. Students were in and out of the room where the clandestine meeting was ongoing, crafting and ultimately dispatching a crucial … more
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