Monday, May 23, 2022

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Reward for credible information to locate Brendan Santo increases to $20,000

“The Facebook page Bring Brendan Home continues to raise awareness of Brendan’s story,” the Santo family said on the Facebook page. “The BBH Warriors (as we like to call them) are working tirelessly sharing posts, posting flyers, reaching out to influential person/persons and giving their support to our family. Our family is overwhelmed by everything everyone is doing. Our family remains hopeful that we will find Brendan and bring him home.” 


MSUPD addresses viral human trafficking concerns

"The baby car seat related to human trafficking is a myth and has been widely reported as an unsupported claim on the internet," Rozman said. "Other posts very similar to this one with different locations inserted appear in multiple places on the internet and all appear to be misinformation." 


Sparrow Hospital caregivers to vote on strike authorization

“I have not had a single person tell me that they will vote no,” part-time nurse Destinee Griffin said. “Nobody wants to do it. It’s not good for us, it’s not good for the community, it’s not good for the hospital. I do want what’s best for Sparrow Hospital, and that’s part of the reason why I’m so passionate about this.” 


Silver Bells in the City returns to Lansing

Presented by the Lansing Board of Water and Light, this year’s Silver Bells in the City will feature an electric light parade, shopping in the Silver Bells Village and the lighting of the official State of Michigan Christmas tree.  


'Lansing trailblazer' Kelly Rossman-McKinney dies at age 67

“There will never be another Kelly Rossman-McKinney,” Attorney General Dana Nessel said. “I am heartbroken by the loss of one of my most trusted advisors and I am honored to count myself amongst those who had the good fortune to work alongside Kelly and to witness her artistry.”