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In few places can an illegal landfill, once deserted and polluted by volatile organic compounds and random metals, be pursued as the site for a $40 million luxury apartment complex. more
When it comes to drain assessments, David Fisher is a two-time loser. more
The Democratic candidate for Ingham County commissioner from Lansing’s east side has declined to disclose his records on campaign spending to the media after he was questioned about whether he is violating the state’s reporting requirements. more
Why do farmers join new farmers markets, especially in poor urban areas where the financial risk is greater than in more affluent communities? more
As the pandemic forces more students online, the lack of affordable broadband internet could cause lower performance of rural Michigan schoolchildren. more
Solar energy newcomers and longtime aficionados can tour solar-powered homes virtually in Michigan and across the nation.  more
Seasonal properties, vacant houses, the lack of internet, distrust of government and fewer census takers, not to mention the pandemic, are challenges to the 2020 U.S. census, especially in Michigan’s rural northern counties, census experts say.  more
Twenty-nine years after I was treated for breast cancer, it came back – and now it is dug in and metastasized. more
Four years ago, American voters made a grave error. Electing a snake oil salesman instead of a stateswoman to hold our nation’s highest office has plunged the United States into a dark and dangerous period of division and delusion. more
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The mother of a woman who was killed two years ago with a stolen handgun from Total Firearms in Mason is suing the firing range for alleged negligence. more
The mother of a woman who was killed two years ago with a stolen handgun from Total Firearms in Mason is suing the firing range for alleged negligence. more
Thanks to a patient owner and an appreciative buyer, one of Lansing’s architectural treasures will get a new life. more
Nobody knows better than a woman how to look in the mirror, see beauty and still decide there is room for enhancement. So don’t doubt my patriotism when I, an African American woman, write there is room for improvement in the visage of Michigan female voters. Especially White female voters. more
An Ingham County Commissioner is denying wrongdoing after he was accused this week of crossing multiple county ethics policies and state campaign finance laws by requesting campaign contributions to defeat his incumbent Republican colleague. more
What happens if Proud Boys show up on Nov. 3 to be President Trump’s special poll watchers? more
Up to 189 landlords and homeowners in Lansing with lead-based paint inside their homes can now apply for up to $16,000 in home improvements after city officials secured a $4.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. more
Lansing police officers will look a bit different over the next few months as they ditch their traditional powder blue uniforms for tactical vests and much darker shades of blue. more
The coronavirus hasn’t totally canceled Halloween in Greater Lansing. Local and state officials are just urging extreme caution. more
An obscure door tucked beneath one of the massive stone staircases outside of Michigan’s Capitol opens to reveal yet another steep stairwell leading deep below the building’s south side. more
The threat of losing your driver’s license for offenses unrelated to dangerous driving would be eliminated under bills pushed by advocates for low-income Michigan residents.  more
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