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About 200 people marched through the streets of downtown Lansing to the State Capitol on Thursday (April 21) to demand justice for Patrick Lyoya, a 26-year-old Congolese refugee who was shot in the back of the head by a Grand Rapids Police Department officer April 4. Members of Lyoya’s family could be seen waving a Congolese flag amid the large crowd.  more
East Lansing developer Scott Chappelle has pleaded guilty to tax evasion. more
Officials have cited 'big risks' for inmates at the Ingham County Jail. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has some big plans for a new bench. more
A stray cat named “JR” was found injured from a bullet wound last week. more
Dangerous metals such as arsenic and mercury have been found in wild rice beds located on the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community reservation and surrounding areas, according to research from Michigan Tech scientists and their associates. more
A decade ago, when Eaton County Prosecutor Doug Lloyd had a position open in his office, he would get 100 applications in a week.  more
Fifteen businesses across the state, including Ford Motor Co. and two West Michigan microbreweries, have written to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in support of her administration’s carbon neutrality goals. more
From 2017 to 2021, the number of bridges in poor condition in Michigan increased from 1,146 to 1,240, according to the National Bridge Inventory. more
Shoe repair businesses are now allowed to donate unclaimed shoes after six months to registered charitable organizations under a new law. more
Colleges are testing new tactics to increase the number of adult learners in the classroom after years of a downturn in enrollment.  more
The Lansing City Council will vote on a resolution next week that could formally turn the roads in the Red Cedar redevelopment project into public streets. more
At least 100 random households across the city of Lansing are set to receive cash. more
Dozens of refugees who fled Afghanistan with U.S. troops last summer are living in uninspected rental properties across Lansing, according to documents obtained and verified by City Pulse. more
Buff City Soap, which just opened in Okemos, has hundreds of locations — but this is the first one near a college town. more
Ellison Brewery and Spirits is nearing the finish line on its plans to open a third location. more
Michigan State University students installed seven murals across downtown East Lansing (all done by local artist Mila Theroux) that are designed to bring awareness to mental health issues. more
Trader Joe’s is expected to open in East Lansing by "early 2023." more
“We’ve been in business for 37 years, and this is definitely the craziest season we have ever seen,” said Kevin Humphrey. more
Limited. Unfair. Unreliable.  more
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