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Michigan is searching the state’s sewers for the virus that causes COVID-19. more
Back in 2006, when the Michigan Democrats last flipped the majority in the state House, the Republican floor leader at the time, Steve Tobocman, sat down with the incoming speaker on how to create a more bipartisanship atmosphere. more
Nearly 100 retired city employees gathered at Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s house on Moores River Drive last week to protest a series of changes to their healthcare plans set to take effect next year. more
The city of Lansing is still refusing to release several key details after videos and reports showed that four police officers directly contributed to the death of an inmate in April. more
Anthony Hulon and his father, Stoney, chatted every Sunday about NASCAR races.  more
Lansing city retirees are up in arms over Mayor Andy Schor’s decision to rein in the city’s burgeoning legacy costs by reducing retiree health care benefits. more
Voters could be waiting on more precise results from Tuesday’s election well into Wednesday afternoon, but precincts across Greater Lansing were buzzing with activity throughout the day. more
A challenge of the votes cast in Michigan to decide the next U.S. president wasn’t overly surprising news to those gathered outside the Capitol earlier tonight. more
With a surge in absentee voting across the country, immediate results were not expected. But it hasn't made the wait any easier more than 16 hours after polls closed on Election Day. more
With less than four hours remaining until polls close this evening, hundreds of voters have already made it out to cast their votes across Greater Lansing today. more
It’s no secret why presidential candidates show up in certain states. It’s high Electoral College states where the race is tightest. more
Many Michigan voters — even those inclined to support state parks and protect natural lands — are peering carefully, like a duck hunter through a blind, before pulling the trigger on Proposal 1. more
My, how things have changed this campaign season. more
The Lansing City Council will vote next month on a vaguer version of a resolution that had initially called for cutting in half the Police Department budget over the next five years. Instead, the new proposal calls for “significant” budget cuts with no set time frame. more
President Donald J. Trump told thousands of his supporters gathered at an airport rally in Lansing Tuesday that he’s expecting a “great red wave” to roll over Michigan next month. more
Still haven’t made plans to vote on or before Tuesday, Nov. 3? We’ve got you covered. more
Mary McGuire wants to help make a difference while working as an election worker for the first time this year.  more
City, county and township clerks in Greater Lansing are still busy dispelling right-wing myths over the integrity of the election process, now with less than a week to go before Election Day. more
The death of Anthony Hulon in the Lansing city jail last April was all but forgotten — until Monday, when the Lansing State Journal broke the story that a wrongful death suit has been filed against the city, Police Chief Darryl Green and four police officers. more
Six days away from the most consequential election of our lifetime. Six days before a national reckoning that will change the course of American history more
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