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Score of friends and associates of Brent Knight, who retires at the end of the month as president of Lansing Community College, saluted him today with a surprise car parade on Capitol Avenue. more
Birdsong, 34, has emerged as a vital and unyielding voice in Lansing, leading hundreds in peaceful daily protests at the state Capitol and facing off with Mayor Andy Schor on the mayor’s doorstep. more
On Feb. 2, 1996, Edward Swans, a 40-year-old African American man, died while in the Lansing City Jail. He was arrested and shackled after an attempted break-in. more
Accusations of workplace toxicity and veiled racism against black employees are boiling up again against Lansing Mayor Andy Schor. more
Lansing has to take bold action to address the problem of police violence and support our Black and brown communities. more
The store offers cannabis enthusiasts an extensive variety of recreational marijuana products, including flower, tinctures, concentrates, vapes and edibles. It's online and curbside for now. more
Hundreds of protesters marched from the Lansing Center to the Capitol today in a demonstration sponsored by the Michigan NAACP Youth and College Division called “We are done dying.” more
In his most detailed interview to date, Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green described today the chaos he said law enforcement faced in downtown Lansing two Sundays ago, when a peaceful protest march ended with a car being burned, windows broken and more. more
Funding would mostly come from the police budget. more
Homecoming? No. It’s the first day restaurants and bars in mid-Michigan could be open since March 16, when Gov. Gretchen Whitmer closed them for dining in. more
Concerned about their safety, protesters warned last night they will protect themselves. Tonight they bore arms. more
Beginning June 15, personal services businesses for hair, massages and nails will be able to reopen statewide. And starting Wednesday, much of northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is authorized to reopen theaters, gyms and other places of public accommodation with restrictions. more
They marched from the Capitol out Michigan Avenue. And at each intersection, they formed a circle. Then they lay on their stomachs. more
Lansing is resilient. more
The sequence of events raised serious questions about police tactics used in Lansing and across the country in response to protesters. more
Camping at Michigan’s state parks can resume on June 22 after the beginning of the season was delayed due to the pandemic, reports the Detroit Free Press. more
Was it actually tear gas? Or was it — as Lansing Mayor Andy Schor prefers to call it — pepper spray? more
 A rooftop solar array, clearly visible to motorists heading past 528 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., in the Genesee Neighborhood, now takes care of all the church’s electrical needs. more
Loved ones can once again accompany people to medical appointments and can also again visit friends and family in the hospital. more
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