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The Ingham Community Health Centers’ board of directors is calling on the city of Lansing and the Michigan State Police to ramp up enforcement of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders. more
A budget shortfall exacerbated by the coronavirus is poised to drain millions of dollars in reserve funds from the city of Lansing, even as officials look to lay off staff and slash annual expenses. more
Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail said at least 46 local residents have been infected with COVID-19 following an outbreak at an Eaton County Meijer warehouse. more
As more armed protests prepare to converge on Lansing this week, state officials delayed any decisions today on whether to ban firearms inside the Capitol building. more
Michigan’s COVID-19 fatality toll fell to 25 reported deaths in the last 24 hours, the state said today. more
Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon said yesterday she has issued a cease-and-desist order to the Big John Steak & Onion chain for failing to require employees to obey the governor’s emergency mask order. more
Michigan Attorney Dana Nessel said the Michigan State Capitol Commission has the legal authority to prohibit firearms inside the State Capitol, if it chooses to do so, to adequately “ensure the safety” of lawmakers and the public, according to a letter sent today. more
The Ingham County Health Department is monitoring a newly detected and heavily concentrated outbreak of COVID-19 among the Asian community within a large swath of south Lansing. more
Despite Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s mandate that all employees wear face coverings, not a single employee at three Big John Steak & Onion restaurants in Lansing wore one yesterday afternoon. Calls to corporate were not returned, but managers said masks there are optional. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer today amended Michigan’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order to allow manufacturing workers — including auto workers — to resume work on Monday. It also extends all other existing lockdown measures in Michigan from May 15 to May 28. more
For Teacher’s Appreciation Week 2020, one Lansing School District educator got a heartwarming surprise.   more
Up to 120 businesses in Greater Lansing owned by people of color, women, those with disabilities, immigrants, veterans and other underserved populations could be eligible for a $2,500 grant through a new Lansing Economic Area Partnership program. more
After a horde of armed and angry protesters swarmed Lansing last week, State Rep. Sarah Anthony brought some extra protection on her way to the State Capitol today. more
A woman in her 90s with underlying health conditions died yesterday at hospital with COVID-19, marking the 30th virus-related death reported in Greater Lansing. more
Lansing is still rallying to save Moores Park Pool, even as the coronavirus delays community fundraising efforts and quashes any hope of the pool reopening this summer. more
A new state office will help to track and oversee all governmental spending earmarked to both help protect workers and combat the COVID-19 pandemic across Michigan. more
An East Lansing Police Department officer recently accused of using excessive force is expected to return to the job after he was cleared of any alleged misconduct. more
Take a moment at noon today to reflect about what happened 50 years ago at Kent State University when National Guard troops shot into a crowd killing four students. more
Only one new case of the coronavirus was reported in Greater Lansing today. more
Customers and employees must wear face coverings inside grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants until May 29 under an extended statewide executive order issued today. more
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