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Greater Lansing tracked more than 20 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday, bringing the regional total to 488 confirmed cases with at least 17 related deaths.  more
Greater Lansing tracked more than 20 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing up the regional total to at least 488 confirmed cases with at least 17 related deaths. more
The Lansing Police Department plans to ramp up enforcement efforts should protests continue to involve social distancing violations and gridlock in the capital city. more
THURSDAY, April 16 — Browsing a local grocery store, once a leisurely social ritual, has turned into a calculated risk. Suddenly, the prospect of buying fresh produce outdoors, in a spacious … more
As Michigan battles on against the coronavirus pandemic, its residents have a newfound desire for news as they attempt to keep up with a firehose of current events. more
Reports and video footage that detail an alleged instance of police brutality against a black man in East Lansing will not be immediately released to the public.  more
With Ingham and Clinton counties each tracking another COVID-19 death, the coronavirus death toll in Greater Lansing climbed to at least 17 earlier this afternoon. more
The Country Club of Greater Lansing is again allowing its members to play on its course along Moores River Drive after a brief shutdown. And that’s despite guidance today from the state’s top law enforcement official that said otherwise.  more
For Lansing area workers and employers, predicting the impact of the coronavirus shutdown is like trying to draw up a spreadsheet in the midst of a plague. more
Protesters on their way to the Capitol to defend their rights against what they consider state intrusion didn't let a traffic light get in their way. more
More than 1,000 cases of COVID-19 reported from across Michigan today increased the total number to more than 28,000 statewide, with more than 1,900 deaths tracked to date. And at least two coronavirus deaths were tracked in Greater Lansing today.    more
Hundreds of beeping vehicles swarmed downtown Lansing today, jamming up several intersections, blocking roadways and crowding the State Capitol lawn to protest Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” executive order. more
More than 27,000 COVID-19 cases were tracked across Michigan today with nearly 1,800 dead as more than a dozen new cases were also reported in Greater Lansing.   more
The COVID-19 pandemic may be reaching a plateau in Michigan as the rise in new cases tapers off this week, but Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said it’s still not quite time to ease up on sweeping restrictions on nonessential businesses, unnecessary travel and outdoor recreation.  more
The Lansing City Council will decide later this month whether a downsized version of the Red Cedar project can continue along Michigan Avenue.  more
More than 25,000 cases of COVID-19 have now been tracked across Michigan, with more than 1,600 dead, including three new deaths reported in Greater Lansing.   more
State officials have tracked nearly 25,000 cases of COVID-19 across Michigan as of earlier today, with nearly 1,500 dead, including 250 cases in Ingham County.  more
Michiganians who think Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order has gone too far are planning a protest in their automobiles next week at the Capitol. more
State officials, as of today, are now tracking nearly 24,000 cases of COVID-19 across Michigan, with nearly 1,400 dead, including 10 deaths in Greater Lansing. more
A recent study from researchers at Michigan State University predicts Michigan’s rapidly growing marijuana market will make a $7.8 billion economic impact on the state, raking in about $3 billion in annual retail sales and collecting nearly $500 million in taxes. more
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