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MONDAY, Jan. 19 — Detachments of dozens of Michigan State Police troops marched into buildings surrounding the State Capitol building at 9 a.m. Sunday. Along Ottawa Street, several more were … more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made an appearance at the Capitol to thank members of the National Guard. more
U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin is calling for a sense of unity among Michiganders amid expectations of armed and violent protests in cities across the nation — including Lansing — during the remaining days before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday. more
Cops and news reporters vastly outnumbered demonstrators at the Michigan State Capitol today. Despite expectations of large crowds and warnings of potential violence from armed protesters, the scene … more
The Southeast Michigan Volunteer Militia is directing its membership to avoid Lansing on Sunday amid the expectation of more armed and violent protests downtown. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is rebooting plans to relocate or reconstruct City Hall, including the possibility of moving forward without a lockup for the Police Department. more
We’re still seething, and we’re in no mood for whataboutism, gaslighting and deflection. more
The state Capitol is going to feel a lot different in the coming days, and it starts with a 6-foot-high fence around the front. more
Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail said Greater Lansing has largely escaped any anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases tied to holiday gatherings. more
Most Back 40 residents — as many as 20 people in the fall — have left over the last few weeks after Mayor Andy Schor announced plans to clear out the encampment days before Christmas. more
A 100-car caravan organized by the Michigan and Metro-Lansing Poor People’s Campaign rolled through Lansing on Monday. more
Lansing City Council President Peter Spadafore has asked for the deployment of the Michigan National Guard amid the possibility of armed and violent protests. more
Meridian Township Manager Frank Walsh is “perplexed” by a recent move from the United States Postal Service. more
The Ingham County Health Department has started the process of offering COVID-19 vaccinations to people over the age of 65. more
Recreational marijuana could soon be en route to Meridian Township.  more
Dozens of Lansing residents voiced frustrations this week after their street remained unplowed following a winter storm that blanketed Greater Lansing in snow. more
Yeah, yeah, I know, thank God 2020 is over. I hear you. That said, it’s impossible after a newsworthy year like that to not have some carryover issues to deal with. more
Michigan hit another grim milestone this week after it tracked its 500,000th confirmed case of the coronavirus in the state. The first two cases were recorded about 10 months ago next week. more
President Donald Trump’s lame-duck pardons have drawn righteous wrath — corrupt politicians, war criminals, nefarious political operatives and personal friends whose convictions were erased or prison sentences eased because of their close ties with the outgoing president. more
The new year is off to a rough start for Lansing City Councilman Brian Jackson, who represents the city’s Fourth Ward. more
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