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MONDAY, June 20 — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development sent a chastising letter to the city of Lansing after a review of its policies and procedures for the use of Community … more
FRIDAY, June 17 – When Shawn Dyer read about the stolen Pride flags on the East of Lansing, he immediately knew he needed to do something. His daughter Aubrey, 18, is in the middle of coming … more
The Rev. Vincent Richardson of Cristo Rey Catholic Church has celebrated Mass for at least 14 parishioners whose deaths were related to COVID.  “When you know someone who dies or is … more
The last Eye for Design (below) was first identified by Robert Copeland. The detail — arched brickwork rising with the roofline — belongs to the Alice B. Cowles House on the campus of … more
Young riders cut the ribbon and lead the first mountain bikers into Dirt School at Burchfield Park in Holt Monday. The new $230,000 training facility provides free bikes and helmets to learners … more
WEDNESDAY, June 15 -- State health officials are calling on clinicians and people at risk for monkeypox, particularly members of the gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men communities, to … more
WEDNESDAY, June 15 – Eastside resident and activist Ryan Kost put the first rainbow flag on the ‘Welcome to Lansing” sign on Michigan Avenue near the US 127 overpass on June 1. He … more
Dirt School is sponsored by various community organizations, including Capital Youth Cycling. The organization offers weekly sessions at the new $230,000 training facility. Bikes and helmets are available free.  more
SATURDAY, June 11 — A Charlotte man has struck a plea deal with the Michigan Attorney General’s Office over felony charges stemming from a bomb threat directed at the state Capitol and a … more
Some stories are best told from below the ankle.   Four entangled bare feet — two white and two black —nestle playfully at the top of the last page of a new comic book that … more
Marching down Woodward Avenue in Detroit on June 24, 1972, Greg Williams carried a hand-made posterboard sign that read “Come Out Flaming.” Flickers of fire drawn on each side echoed the … more
As Roxanne Frith recalls it, she “just sort of ebbed and flowed into it.”  The “it” is Michigan Pride, for which she served as official photographer for 10 years or … more
It was just supposed to be nude pictures for a gay men’s magazine, with a promised payday of a $1,000. The 16-year-old high school student from Mason, with the liquid courage of whiskey and two … more
This multilevel home broken into apartments was boarded up by city officials as unsafe in November 2015. Since that time, the property owner,  East Lansing resident Brian McEwen, has not pulled … more
Gas in Greater Lansing remains at record highs, as the prices at a station on Michigan Avenue reflect — busting the 2008 record of $4.11 per gallon. The Russian oil embargo, pandemic … more
A recently reinstated agreement between the federal and state governments will help farmers stay eco-friendly at no extra cost, officials say.  more
When you think of a habitat, you might imagine a forest, river or desert. more
The same supply chain disruptions that slow Michigan manufacturing could help the recycling industry bring in new business. more
Ridership on public transit systems plummeted and employees encountered increased mental health problems during the pandemic. Now the state’s local transit agencies report a reversal of the downward ridership trend and say they’ve implemented measures to help employees. We hear from the Michigan Public Transit Association, the Bay Area Transportation Authority in Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties and the Mecosta-Osceola Transit Agency based in Big Rapids more
Rising temperatures from climate change may slightly increase milk production, despite the heat stress on cows, new study says. Dairy cows produce less milk when they get too hot, but hot temperatures do stimulate the growth of plants that cows eat to produce milk. Lost milk production through heat stress can be offset by higher feed production. We hear from MOO-ville Creamery in Barry County and the researchers. more
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