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Michigan will no longer assist Ohio with disposing toxic waste from the East Palestine derailment. Residents and lawmakers call for more transparency on toxic waste being transported to … more
FRIDAY, March 3 — Following Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s announcement yesterday that he has formed an exploratory committee to run for the 7th district congressional seat, one Democrat … more
THURSDAY, March 2  — Lansing Mayor Andy Schor announced today he is exploring a run for Congress for the House seat that U.S . Rep. Elissa Slotkin will vacate in order to run for the U.S. Senate. ... more
Adenike Shoyinka decided to become a medical doctor so she could follow in her relatives’ footsteps.  “I had a few people in my family who were physicians, and I liked what they … more
In a sweep of 47 red-tagged properties in the city’s 1st Ward, Lansing code officials and law enforcement have identified 13 red-tagged properties where people were living in violation of the … more
This two-story home sits on a large parcel of land, surrounded by a fence. Its southern side is completely covered with plywood. On the northern side, plywood covers some of the windows … more
Victor Cager has been running his thrift stores in Logan Square for two years now. He’s seen businesses come and go. One of his stores sells everything for a dollar. At the other … more
Ana Elizalde, 51, of Lansing, won $1 million from a Powerball ticket purchased at Sav-Way Food Center on West Michigan Avenue. She plans to use the winnings from the Feb. 6 drawing for bills and her … more
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today on the future of President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program.  Student loan borrowers are waiting to see … more
LANSING – New dollars distributed to groups fighting substance abuse can be used to purchase strips that test whether drug dealers cut heroin or other street drugs with often-deadly … more
In 2021, Lansing Community College locked down its downtown campus buildings. Access was limited to those holding a card issued to students, faculty and staff.  LCC made the quiet move, “in response to fewer people in the … more
Growing up in Lansing, Ingham County Register of Deeds Derrick Quinney has seen racism on multiple levels — from neighbors, from the state and from laws that told his family where they were and were not allowed to live. … more
 The historic planted islands in the Westside Neighborhood will be restored following sewer work next year, thanks largely to two grants to the city of Lansing. But residents, who fought to save the islands, are not out of the woods yet ... more
“This world’s a ship on its passage out; and not a voyage complete; and the pulpit is its prow,” Herman Melville wrote in “Moby Dick.” A growing group of faith … more
Students, faculty and staff at Michigan State University are still easing back into normal operations following the mass shooting on Feb. 13 that killed three students and left five more injured … more
For years, lack of outdoor equity has been something the Department of Natural Resources has been trying to resolve. “Access hasn’t changed, but what has changed is what we are working to have, recreational space across Michigan closer to people’s homes” … more
GoFundMe is keeping a list of verified fundraiser websites related to Monday’s shooting Five have been verified  Other funds are for scholarships or to help buy food for … more
Marco Díaz-Muñoz, an assistant professor at MSU, watched a gunman open fire inside his classroom Monday … more
FRIDAY, February 17 —- The Shiawasee County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday night to refuse to release the personnel file of Douglas Chapman. The move was in response to an appeal of a … more
FRIDAY, Feb. 17 — As thousands took part in a vigil at Michigan State University to remember the victims of Monday’s mass shooting, the Eaton County Board of Commissioners voted 8-7 along party lines Wednesday against a resolution that called for comprehensive gun legislation … more
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