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Attorney General Dana Nessel has sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking that he wear a mask while visiting a Ford Motor. Co. plant in Ypsilanti tomorrow. more
Gage Cannabis Co. will launch its fourth provisioning center in Michigan at 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Lansing. Curbside sales will be available starting Friday. For now, the shop is only licensed to sell bud to card-carrying medical patients. more
Hundreds gathered at the Michigan State Capitol this afternoon to protest and openly defy Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders that prohibit many nonessential businesses more
Rick Luna doesn’t feel safe at work during the coronavirus pandemic. And his maskless colleagues aren’t making it any easier to find comfort. more
A Michigan Court of Claims judge handed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer a small legal victory this afternoon, holding both the Emergency Management Act and Emergency Powers of Governor Act “confer broad authority” to enact executive orders, reports MIRS News. more
Lansing Community College has selected the president of a community college in Perrysburg, Ohio, near Toledo, as its new president to replace Brent Knight, who finishes his 12-year run on June 30. more
Michigan recorded 11 more COVID-19 deaths since yesterday, the smallest daily increase since March and an indication the coronavirus curve may be flattening. more
Since MSU sent its students home and its businesses went on lockdown, downtown East Lansing hasn’t seen much excitement. But that could change if a plan in development comes to fruition. more
For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic struck Michigan, state officials are now recording that more than half of all patients  have recovered from the illness.    more
Get ready to feed the meter. Parking tickets are coming back to Lansing. more
Republican lawmakers will roll out their first legal arguments against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency powers at the state’s Court of Claims tomorrow as the governor continues to face criticism over her sweeping “Stay Safe, Stay Home” executive order. more
A new recreational and medical marijuana brand launches in Greater Lansing next week, and 10% of every sale will be dedicated to criminal justice reform and those imprisoned for weed. more
You can’t bring a gun into the Ingham County Courthouse. Security and a metal detector greets you at the Michigan Hall of Justice and most state office buildings. more
A microscopic attacker has invaded our state, threatening not only our health and well-being, but the fundamental roots of our democracy.  more
A rain-soaked rally at the Michigan State Capitol building garnered a much smaller crowd than at recent protests. more
Local and state officials are bracing for another protest rally at the Michigan State Capitol tomorrow morning that’s being billed as “Judgement Day” in Michigan. more
Video footage of alleged police brutality has been released by the East Lansing Police Department. more
The Ingham Community Health Centers’ board of directors is calling on the city of Lansing and the Michigan State Police to ramp up enforcement of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders. more
A budget shortfall exacerbated by the coronavirus is poised to drain millions of dollars in reserve funds from the city of Lansing, even as officials look to lay off staff and slash annual expenses. more
Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail said at least 46 local residents have been infected with COVID-19 following an outbreak at an Eaton County Meijer warehouse. more
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