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Update Oct. 26: The city is still working with the developer to attempt to move the project forward, East Lansing Director for Planning, Building and Development Tim Dempsey said in an email. The developer itself has not officially backed away from the project despite Bell's comments.
As Brian Lewerke's pass floated into the hands of a wide-open Felton Davis for what proved to be the game-winning touchdown, thousands of beer-clenching MSU fans tailgating around campus loosened their grip on their cans a little bit and exhaled a sigh of relief.
Amidst new constructions and renovations, East Lansing also contains multiple vacant retail spaces on Grand River Avenue, some of which haven’t been occupied by businesses for years.
Junior running back LJ Scott was arrested Wednesday for driving without a valid license, the Lansing State Journal reports.
East Lansing Police will implement a new policy requiring them to get permission from city council before buying surveillance equipment.
LansingParty.com, LLC, also known as Lansing Party Bus, has released a statement regarding the buses that were impounded by the Clinton County Sheriff's Office, on Saturday, Oct. 14.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story stated a mentally distressed Wyoming, Michigan man was taken into custody. While ELPD was looking for the aforementioned man, it was not the same person who accidentally shot himself. The Wyoming, Michigan man was not located.
Forty-eight crimes were reported to MSU Police last week, according to the Clery Crime and Fire Log, the database MSUPD uses to log all of the crimes on and around campus.
Update 4:49 p.m.: CATA has provided a list of the bus detours on their website. In addition, the bus detours will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday October 20 instead of at 4:45 p.m. as stated previously.
Hayride season is in full swing, but transportation to the cider mills just became more difficult.
As the Nov. 7, municipal election approaches, meet the three candidates running for two seats on the East Lansing City Council.
Four fighting dogs seized from suspected dog fighters in the Lansing area by Ingham County Animal Control, or ICAC, will be transferred to Bark Nation, a rescue organization that specializes in fighting dogs.
MSU NAACP and MSU College Democrats hosted a panel of candidates who are running for office in upcoming city and state elections in the James Madison College Library Wednesday night.
Eric was one of the 29 opioid-related deaths in Ingham County in 2011. Heroin and opioid-related deaths in the county have continued to increase every year since, as the problem has been labeled an epidemic throughout the country.
Last year on Dec. 20, the Medical Marijuana Facility Licensing Act, or MMFLA, bill was passed in the Michigan legislature. The bill will become effective on Dec. 15 of this year. Growers, processors, transporters, provisioning centers and safety compliance facilities within the medical marijuana industry will be able to begin applying for licenses under the act on that date.
The City of East Lansing received more than $18,000 in grants from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to further its recycling programs.
The average MSU student has been exempted from the proposed East Lansing city income tax, if it passes in November.
No arrests were made from the crowd that gathered in Cedar Village after MSU's win against the University of Michigan Saturday night, and the crowd did not set any fires, East Lansing Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez said.
The demolition of the blighted building on the corner of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road is underway.
MSU Police and the East Lansing Police Department received a letter with general threats against MSU athletic events, according to a press release from the City of East Lansing.