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The Michigan Senate is urging Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to allow more residents to return to work and to enable elective procedures to continue at hospitals statewide.  more
The COVID-19 pandemic has kicked up a flurry of creative thinking among scientists, but regulations barring academic researchers from clinical work are proving harder to shake loose, even in a pandemic that calls for all hands on deck. more
Trustees at Lansing Community College plan to have their seventh president hired by July after recently narrowing their  search to four final candidates. more
With almost no discussion, the Lansing City Council approved plans tonight enabling downsized plans for the Red Cedar project to continue along Michigan Avenue. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced plans today to allow “outdoor enterprises,” like commercial and residential construction, to resume in the next two weeks. more
Michigan tracked another 562 COVID-19 cases and 189 more deaths this afternoon, but it was a relatively slow day for the coronavirus across Greater Lansing.   more
Starting Monday, a gubernatorial mandate will require what many Lansing residents are already doing: wearing a mask. But without any penalties for violations, it seems enforcement will be left exclusively to the honor system. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extended portions of Michigan’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” order today through May 15, reducing some restrictions on businesses previously declared to be nonessential and ramping up precautions on masks and social distancing.  more
Coping with a loss, like a job, often requires more help than well-meaning friends or family can provide. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to extend at least portions of the state’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” executive order past April 30 tomorrow, while possibly rolling out preliminary plans that could gradually reopen certain sectors of Michigan’s struggling economy.   more
If the year 2020 is a horror movie, the month of May is the part where the potential victims, trapped in the house by an unseen killer, crack the door open, oh, so slowly. more
Students at Michigan State University have another semester of Zoom classes, online quizzes and PDF textbooks to look forward to. more
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is calling on residents to get tested for COVID-19 in order to help the state better understand the scope of the pandemic in Michigan. She urges anyone who has flu-like symptoms — like fever, cough, and shortness of breath — to be tested immediately.   more
A health-care workers union is demanding that McLaren corporate executives be limited to salaries of no more than $1 million during the pandemic. more
The city of Lansing is launching plans to reduce its carbon footprint after promoting an employee to the newly created position of sustainability manager.  more
After catching up with recent death certificates, state officials reported more than 200 more COVID-19 deaths today, bringing the statewide death toll to at least 2,700.   more
Clinton County tracked its seventh coronavirus-related death today, edging up the Greater Lansing death toll to at least 18 with more than 500 confirmed cases.  more
A Lansing-based cannabis company is giving away a one-year supply of pot (among other marijuana-related prizes) to celebrate the industry’s most famous holiday. more
At least a dozen homeless people in Lansing could be left in the cold tonight as the city enforces a blanket suspension on open fires amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
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