Lacie Drake Hudson was born in Detroit, but grew up in Los Angeles. Lacie has interned at WDIV Local 4 in Detroit, she works at MSU's student ran radio station Impact 89 FM as the host for 'The State', she is on the Student Advisory Committee for the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, she is a weekend host for 1320 WILS-AM radio and she is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Lacie thrives to be a transparent communicator through reporting and writing.
With COVID-19 cases growing, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services released updated guidelines that require restaurants to switch from dine-in to carry-out only. MDHHS says they “will continue to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 and impacts on our hospitals and health infrastructure to determine if additional measures are necessary.”
As the sun sets in Lansing’s Old Town, the letter “P” on the wall of Preuss Pets alternates from blue to orange to green. Below the letter, and spanning the wall of the building, is a mural showing animal habitats, flanked by a waterfall. It’s a unique storefront — one that customers say is matched by the unique experience inside. “Kind of what makes our store special or significant or of value is that we take seriously the idea that having a pet and having successful relationship with that pet is really important,” Owner Rick Preuss said. “So when you employ that from our side for over 30 years, the store becomes a different entity than if we were just trying to set up a store to make money.”
Snakes in Preuss Pets range in a variety of sizes.