Homeless people in Lansing feel unsupported by city, state programs
Many homeless individuals in Greater Lansing have felt unsupported by the city programs that are supposed to protect them from harmful situations, such as poor housing and cycling through hotels and homeless shelters instead of finding long-term housing in their own communities.
Grown and owned in Michigan: locals own most Lansing dispensaries
While the Michigan marijuana industry has grown exponentially, the jobs and dispensaries have stayed locally grown and owned.
New labs and lecture hall unveiled in renovated packaging building
The College of Packaging unveiled its new renovations that have been in the works for 14 months.
Lawmakers eye allowing alcohol sales on campus game days
The Michigan Senate reintroduced a bill on Tuesday to allow college campuses to sell alcohol on gamedays.
Stabenow discusses priorities for final year at JMC event
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow held a "Lunch and Learn" event at James Madison College to talk about her background in politics and what issues are important to her now.