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St. Joseph County 3B District Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Middleton announced Thursday morning in a video posted on YouTube that beginning on Monday, his courtroom hearings will once again run on a livestream on the video service. more
Officials at the Ingham County Health Department are leaning on census data to identify and drive outreach to areas of the county that are lagging behind on COVID-19 vaccination rates.  more
The MSU Broad (rhymes with “Road”) Art Museum has the car packed and gassed up with a big summer exhibit, “Interstates of Mind” — a tangled web of stories, concepts and images as sprawling and far-reaching as the interstate highway system itself. more
American jurisprudence has long taken a different view of crimes committed by children. The young brain is not yet fully developed, the argument goes, and therefore juveniles are less culpable than adults who commit the same offense, up to and including violent acts like murder. It is also thought that young offenders are more likely to be rehabilitated. These principles have been recognized in Michigan’s legal system since at least 1915, when the state legislature first established 14 as the minimum age at which a minor could be tried as an adult. more
Sixteen years I’ve served on the Lansing City Council, and, still, no one mistakes me for a “typical politician.” I’m known for being funny, outspoken, sometimes brash and unconventional. more
State officials eased up on pandemic-related restrictions over the weekend, no longer requiring fully vaccinated people to wear a face mask or socially distance in most settings. And while the updated orders allow for individual retailers and restaurants to continue enacting their own restrictions, many have followed suit and reeled back requirements that all customers mask up.  more
All sectors of employment in Michigan can return to in-person work under an updated set of state regulations that take effect on Monday. But employees still working remotely at many of Greater Lansing’s largest employers might not want to pack up their home offices quite yet. more
Two community health workers will be stationed at the Lansing Fire Department this summer to help connect residents with social services rather than sending in cops and paramedics for calls to address issues such as homelessness, substance abuse and mental health. more
Friends and family of Isaac Rivera protested in front of City Pulse today, carrying signs accusing the paper of advocating for a convicted killer and ignoring the victim in a 1999 murder. more
It’s been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic pushed Jehovah’s Witnesses to stop knocking on doors. more
The director of Lansing’s Department of Human Resources issued a warning on Facebook this week about the “second coming of Christ." more
Voters across America are accustomed to going to the polls twice during election years, once in August and again in November. It’s a time-honored democratic tradition that most voters presume to be the best way — if not the only way — to choose their elected officials, from president of the United States to our representatives in the U.S. Congress, to local offices like mayor, clerk, council member and county commissioner. more
Proposed property deed restrictions discriminating against transgender people, among others, could derail early plans for a local nonprofit to purchase and renovate the shuttered St. Casimir Catholic Church and Parish in Lansing. more
The last week brought good and bad news for Michigan residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news: The pandemic appears to be nearing a conclusion as vaccinations continue. And for some, the bad news: It may also be time to abandon that cozy home office.  more
Jesus Mora has spent more than half of his life in prison.  more
Ingham County is searching for enthusiastic residents to serve on advisory boards and commissions. more
A proposal headed to the August ballot aims to maintain tax revenues for the Lansing Police and Fire departments and fund local road and sidewalk maintenance. more
Hundreds of businesses will soon be eligible to apply for $11 million in grants. more
“Nothing is softer and more yielding than water, yet nothing is better in attacking the solid and forceful,” teaches Chinese sage Laozi in the Dao de Ching. more
The Ingham County Health Department is back to using the single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine this week after a nationwide administrative pause was prompted by six reports of women who had developed blood clots after receiving those particular vaccinations.  more
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