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WILDFLOWERS: The Wildflower Association of Michigan has awarded almost $15,000 for local projects promoting the use of more native plants. Recipients include Friends of the St. Clair River in St. … more
HIGHWAYS: Downtown Detroit’s I-375 Reconnecting Communities project highlights the question of how to reunite parts of Michigan communities where major highway projects destroyed urban, … more
While Phillips Orchards & Cider Mill’s Lansing outpost opened at the end of December, there’s another development to celebrate. Last week, the St. Johns-based company began offering its boozy beverages … more
Early last week, Ody Norkin was busy ferrying boxes of surgical gauze, wound dressings, disinfectant and other medical supplies from the back of his car to a spacious, cluttered office in East … more
I’m confused by veggie burgers, vegan cheese, margarine and all other substitutes for animal products that seek to imitate the very thing the eater wishes to avoid consuming.  more
Michael Doherty stood on the roof of Lansing’s iconic John Bean building, a 460,000 square-foot brick fortress on South Cedar Street, in July 2020. A global pandemic had shut down much of the country and was killing Americans across the country. But the flamboyant Doherty was excited to share his plans to create the “Jack Daniels” brand of marijuana. … more
MSU Department of Police and Public Safety released a timeline that shows police entered the MSU Union just one minute after gunman Anthony McRae exited. Ingham County 911 received its first-shots-fired call for Berkey Hall … more
MSU police release a timeline of the Feb. 13 shooting that killed three students and injured five. The timeline indicates the killing lasted from 8:18 p.m. to 8:26 p.m. The first alert to students went out at 8:30 p.m. … more
Michigan State Police released a two-page note from the suspected gunman of the campus shooting. The gunman repeatedly said ‘they hurted me.’ He described himself as a loner’ and ‘outcast.’ … more
The MSU gunman took handgun out, checked ammunition after entering Union building, newly released footage shows. Police arrived at Union a minute after shooter left. It remains unclear how many were shot at Berkey Hall versus the Union building. … more
As the Michigan Legislature looks for ways to invest in the future of our state, it is our sincere hope that lawmakers can see the forest through the trees — literally. … more
Everything from batteries to the power lines needed for our rapidly electrifying economy requires minerals. The International Energy Agency projects that global demand for metals and minerals … more
Joan Bauer refers to the Michigan state Capitol as the “people’s house.” But as the vice chair of the Capitol Commission, Bauer sees the need to balance open access with … more
The remains of a modern piece of land art displayed behind the Capitol’s west end from 1980 to 2002 was returned to the original artist after sitting in storage in Detroit for years, the state … more
On June 27, 2022, this unregistered rental property caught fire and took the life of 23-month-old Damian Shessia. An investigation revealed there were no smoke detectors in the property … more
Emergency alerts to MSU students were delayed for 13 minutes on Feb. 13, Bridge Michigan reported. With every on- and off-duty campus police officer responding to the shooting, no one was left to … more
The Michigan Legislature is considering toughening the state’s gun laws. Current laws can be confusing about who can buy guns and where they can carry them. More than one in 10 Michigan adults holds a permit to carry a concealed handgun  More than one in 10 … more
Local criminal court funding remains uncertain as a deadline next year approaches that could eliminate a major source of money for local trial courts. Meanwhile, the Michigan Supreme Court is the Michigan Supreme Court is considering whether judges can constitutionally impose costs on convicted criminal defendants.… more
“Dark store theory,” a commonly used but disputed form of property tax evaluation for big box retailers, is being taken on again by an Upper Peninsula lawmaker who has been a champion of … more
Two more local Democrats, state Sen. Sarah Anthony and state Rep. Julie Brixie, are considering a run for Congress, they said Friday. That brings to four the number of elected Democrats in Greater … more
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