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Hundreds of bus drivers and mechanics at CATA are working without a formal union contract this week. more
Deanna Ray-Brown, 40, opened her food truck Everything is Cheesecake back in 2018 after growing tired of working full time as a training manager for a Fortune 500 company. When pondering a career change, she turned to one of her longtime passions, baking. more
One of the unexpected side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a dramatic decrease in greenhouse gas emissions, the principal driver of global warming and climate change. more
As I’m writing this, in five days the $2-an-hour pandemic-inspired pay bump the governor gave direct-care workers who help those with special needs expires. more
The Ingham County Health Department is urging residents who are eligible for the coronavirus vaccine to register for their shots with multiple providers, including the Health Department, Sparrow Health System, McLaren Greater Lansing, Rite Aid and Meijer. more
The Lansing Lugnuts are set to play at a soon-to-be improved version of Jackson Field through at least 2038 after the City Council approved an extended lease agreement last week with the franchise — including some renovations to the city-owned facility. more
State officials are blocking access to death records in Michigan. more
FRIDAY, Feb. 19 — The cannabis market could soon plant new roots in Meridian Township. A majority of the Board of Trustees agreed at a study session this week to charge forward with early … more
A mechanical post sidewalk clock was cutting edge tech in Lansing in 1910. In 2021, it’s a dark visitor from the Victorian era, a cast iron counterweight to the digital blur of New York City. more
Former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero said he would not have fired ex-firefighter Michael Lynn Jr. more
To help her fight the gravest crisis facing world civilization, Lansing’s new sustainability manager, Lori Welch, jokes that she has a staff of three: “me, myself and I.” more
The Ingham County Democratic Party passed a resolution tonight that urged Lansing City Councilman Brandon Betz to resign. more
Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green pondered retirement on July 4, 2020. more
The co-leader of the Lansing chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement was fired this week from the Lansing Fire Department. more
The city of Lansing is giving residents a break on clearing the snow and ice off sidewalks. more
Lansing turns 162; Betz still under fire, but so is Lynn; audit dings Lansing; and more. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is facing criticism from one of his own advisory boards, which claimed that Schor ignored recommendations for social equity and hasn’t done enough to address “rampant issues racism and discrimination” in the capital city. more
An independent audit shows a series of “material weaknesses” were tied to the budget for the city of Lansing last year — including a list of misstated financial records, a lack of internal oversight and an increased risk of fraud. more
A longtime professor at Michigan State University’s College of Law is frustrated after he said attorneys for former President Donald Trump mischaracterized his research to argue that the president was legally incapable of impeachment after he left office. more
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun has been knee-deep in coronavirus data for nearly a year. As the state’s chief medical officer, she has weighed racial disparities, partnering with Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist … more
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