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The Lansing chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement has called for Lansing City Councilman Brandon Betz to immediately resign more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s fourth annual State of the City address appeared far from business as usual last night. more
A series of profane text messages from a Lansing City Councilman show that he goaded a Black activist into an argument, calling him a “weak ass bitch” and a “dickbag troll.” more
As the novel coronavirus began to hit Michigan last spring, the disparity of whom it was killing quickly came into stark relief. Black Michiganians represented less than 14% of the state’s overall population, but in that first month they represented at least 41% of the deaths. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor delivers his fourth annual State of the City address today (Feb. 3). Officials said only a very small, socially distanced crowd will be allowed to watch the event live from the city’s South Washington Street office complex. more
Representatives from the Ingham County Health Department will participate in a “COVID-19 Town Hall” event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today (Feb. 3), giving local residents something else to watch instead of Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s annual State of the City address at 7 p.m. more
Two hundred city of Lansing employees, including Mayor Andy Schor and two members of the City Council, jumped the line in January to be vaccinated against COVID-19, putting them ahead of 40,000 other Ingham County residents qualified to inoculate them. more
We’ve known U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin for two-plus years here in Lansing, but what are the odds we’ll get a chance to vote for her in 2022? more
The Lansing City Council will consider a proposal  that aims to repeal more than a dozen city ordinances. more
Former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero said he plans to run for a fourth term against Mayor Andy Schor in November after his campaign sent out a fundraising letter over the weekend which included a new catchphrase. more
A new $2 million state grant for rehabilitating the historic Keefer House in downtown Hillsdale reflects an ongoing effort to revitalize older communities.  more
Since the summer, all of Michigan’s major sports teams have come back to action.  more
Former Mayor Virg Bernero said today he is planning to run for a fourth term. more
Brandon Betz adds his name to that of Peter Spadafore of Lansing City Council members who received early vaccinations from Sparrow Health System against COVID-19 more
A breakfast chain opening a new restaurant in Okemos next month reportedly donated thousands of dollars to President Donald Trump. more
A Lansing woman is still searching for answers nearly seven years after her son was found dead in the Grand River. more
Three years into Mayor Andy Schor’s tenure and we’re still waiting for bold leadership, a compelling vision for Lansing’s future and real progress for the city and its residents. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appointed dozens of people to the new Protect Michigan Commission this week — including Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail — to help raise awareness and educate residents about the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccinations. more
Jim MacQueen watched Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s latest press conference from his empty sports bar on Monday afternoon, hoping it didn’t include any added restrictions on restaurants. more
About 50,000 Ingham County residents remain in a holding pattern for access to a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine. But Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is not one of them.  more
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