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Up to 120 businesses in Greater Lansing owned by people of color, women, those with disabilities, immigrants, veterans and other underserved populations could be eligible for a $2,500 grant through a new Lansing Economic Area Partnership program. more
After a horde of armed and angry protesters swarmed Lansing last week, State Rep. Sarah Anthony brought some extra protection on her way to the State Capitol today. more
A woman in her 90s with underlying health conditions died yesterday at hospital with COVID-19, marking the 30th virus-related death reported in Greater Lansing. more
Lansing is still rallying to save Moores Park Pool, even as the coronavirus delays community fundraising efforts and quashes any hope of the pool reopening this summer. more
A new state office will help to track and oversee all governmental spending earmarked to both help protect workers and combat the COVID-19 pandemic across Michigan. more
An East Lansing Police Department officer recently accused of using excessive force is expected to return to the job after he was cleared of any alleged misconduct. more
Take a moment at noon today to reflect about what happened 50 years ago at Kent State University when National Guard troops shot into a crowd killing four students. more
Only one new case of the coronavirus was reported in Greater Lansing today. more
Customers and employees must wear face coverings inside grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants until May 29 under an extended statewide executive order issued today. more
Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon won’t pursue charges against a Lansing barber who briefly gave haircuts Thursday. more
A state of emergency remains in effect in Michigan despite a denial from state lawmakers yesterday afternoon and as the COVID-19 death toll nears 4,000 statewide, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared today.  more
The city of Lansing announced a series of COVID-19 “Rescue Fund” grants today amid the first in a series of phases of funding geared to assist local residents. more
Al Martin, 29, of East Lansing, is the host of Current Sports on WKAR FM, a daily radio program that recaps the week’s hottest sports stories. more
State lawmakers refused to extend a state of emergency declaration in Michigan today as the statewide COVID-19 death toll nears 3,800 amid an ongoing health crisis.  more
Brian Caskey risked a misdemeanor charge, civil fines and losing his business license today by reopening Classic Barber Shop along Michigan Avenue in Lansing.  more
At least a few hundred protesters crowded the State Capitol lawn today as residents continue to push back against Michigan’s extended stay-at-home order. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is refusing to relegate to the State Legislature her executive powers to declare and extend a state of emergency in Michigan.  more
The Lansing Police Department’s latest plans to ramp up enforcement efforts for social distancing violations at downtown protests could be put to the test tomorrow. more
Joe Jager has dropped out of the race for sheriff of Eaton County after the county’s Democratic Party disavowed his candidacy. more
The Michigan Senate is urging Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to allow more residents to return to work and to enable elective procedures to continue at hospitals statewide.  more
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