| April 13, 2017
A special council meeting held on April 12 consisted of a vote to rescind the sanctuary city resolution and title. The vote concluded with a 5-2 vote to rescind the resolution.
The city of Lansing is known for its diverse population and its school district is no exception. According to the Lansing School District, nearly 70 countries are represented among its population of students.
Michigan State University impacts Michigan’s capital city every day. From starting businesses to spending money at local businesses to being neighbors to long-time Lansing residents, MSU students are a driving force behind the city’s success.
Opioid-related deaths in Ingham County have skyrocketed over the last 14 years and the trend is continuing to grow at an overwhelming pace for first responders to deal with. According to a January 2017 Opioid Surveillance report conducted by the Ingham County Health Department, opioid-related deaths have risen 925 percent since 2006.
EAST LANSING – Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg, 90, tells his story to honor the 11 million victims who died, including his brothers and parents. He also wants to make sure that nothing like this can ever happen again. “Why kill? Why burn? 1-and-a-half million beautiful children dead. No one can understand,” said Lowenberg. Lowenberg addressed […]
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New York retailers used the First Amendment to challenge credit card company regulations that stores may not tell shoppers when fees are added to the price of purchases made on credit-card buys. The fees cost billions of dollars a year.
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Protest is boiling on college campuses and each seems to have its go-to spot for exercising those First Amendment rights of speech, assembly and petition. At Michigan State University, that place is The Rock on Bogue Street next to the Red Cedar River.
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Sex education for East Lansing grades four through six could soon be updated from the 2010 version of “Puberty: The Wonder Years” to 2015. Mary Ellen Vrbanac, district sex education director, explained the plan at the Feb.
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On April 10, Bath Township Parks and Recreation will be hosting its annual Easter Bunny Event for children ages 1-10. The event will consist of a community Easter egg hunt, games, prizes, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.
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James E. Mulvaney passionately spoke on “The History of Land Grant Philosophy” on April 3 at the Mason Area Historical Museum to the Mason Area Historical Society. A two-time Michigan State graduate and member of the first MSU graduating class under its current name, he focused on the University and the history and importance of its agricultural college.
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DEWITT, Mich. -- DeWitt residents lined up at the DeWitt Township Community Center as early as 6:30 a.m. in order to vote when the doors opened at 7 a.m.
Eugena Stahl, who has worked elections in DeWitt for more than 30 years, said that despite all the hubbub surrounding this presidential race, everything was going smoothly and as planned.
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