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Doug Barnes has battled with chronic pain for most of his adult life. And his doctor refuses to help him. more
Halfway through Mayor Andy Schor’s first term in office, it’s time to take stock of his administration’s efforts to move the city forward. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has introduced plans to rent out the former Lansing City Market building for temporary event space while he continues to search for a longer-term development.  more
The city of East Lansing is turning to federal government sharpshooters to help thin out a herd of deer that pose a growing nuisance for some local homeowners.  more
Organizers of a ballot campaign that aims to bolster civil rights protections for Michigan’s LGBTQ community will be out collecting petition signatures tomorrow in East Lansing.  more
As the primary election approaches, Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope today announced additional office hours for the city’s South Washington Election Unit at 2500 S. Washington Ave. for residents to cast in-person votes and to register to vote. more
Plans to redevelop the former Red Cedar Golf Course may have hit a financial roadblock after the Michigan Economic Development Corp.  turned down funding for the project in its current form.   more
U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, hasn’t made up her mind on who her Democratic presidential nominee pick will be. She said she’ll probably keep her choice to herself when she does. more
Thousands of Ingham County voters will decide the fate of seven local ballot proposals at next month’s presidential primary election. more
President Trump continues to bolster his self-proclaimed accomplishments on a wide range of topics, including health care. Unfortunately, he has yet to propose any policies to lower health care costs and expand coverage for Michiganders. more
Several members of the Ingham County Board of Commissioners contended a series of "strong concerns" and "little things" preceded Controller Tim Dolehanty’s resignation late last month. more
This week’s Eye Candy is the newly opened bridge-trail south of the Nancy L. Moore Community Park in Meridian Township. more
My favorite thing is an old hardcover copy of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” by Roald Dahl. more
Civil rights activist Joanne Bland is coming to East Lansing. more
Hundreds gathered for Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s third annual State of the City address earlier this evening at the former Michigan School for the Blind campus to hear his latest plans for 2020. more
Suicide is now the second leading cause of death for 15 to 24-year-olds in Michigan, and the rates are nearly double in rural communities, according to state and federal surveys more
A bill to allow placement of cameras inside nursing homes is sparking controversy between legislators and the nursing home industry.  more
Recently introduced bills in the Legislature are in direct opposition about  the controversial issue of allowing commercial catching of game fish and are causing conflict between commercial fishers and sport anglers. more
New programs focusing on younger students are trying to address rising rates of depression and anxiety in Michigan’s schools by offering coping mechanisms against such problems more
A controversial proposal crawling through the Legislature would require pheasant hunters to buy a special $25-a-year stamp, with proceeds earmarked for stocking the birds and habitat protection on state land.  more
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