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Located in the south central part of the lower peninsula where the Grand River meets the Red Cedar River, the city occupies most of what had formerly been part of Lansing Charter Township. The Lansing Metropolitan Area, colloquially referred to as "Mid-Michigan," is an important center for educational, cultural, governmental, business, and high-tech manufacturing institutions.

Population: 119128
Local Newspapers: Lansing State Journal
Local Sports Teams: Michigan State Spartans Lansing Lugnuts (Class A Midwest League baseball) Lansing Capitals (International Basketball League)
Local Colleges: Michigan State University

Zip Codes associated with lansing, michigan: 48906 48910 48911 48912 48915 48917 48933
Towns/Cities near lansing, michigan : Okemos Holt Mason Charlotte Porterville Waverly Grand Ledge Dewitt Haslett Williamston Perry

Lansing News
Michigan priest ordered to trial on embezzlement charges

A Michigan priest who lives at a property worth more than $1 million was ordered to trial Friday on embezzlement charges. Rev. Jonathan Wehrle is charged with six counts of embezzling $100,000 or more from St. Martha Church in Okemos, east of Lansing.

Higher demand for propane, natural gas, electricity expected with...

LANSING, Mich. Energy use in Michigan this winter likely will increase, according to the annual Winter Energy Appraisal by the Michigan Agency for Energy , with higher demand for natural gas and electricity -- despite projected year-over-year declines in 2017 -- and propane, expected to be up this year and through the winter season.

Schuette Shuts Down Another Deceptive Veterans Charity;...

LANSING Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced his Charitable Trust Section has reached a settlement with Healing American Heroes, Inc. of Round Rock, Texas and its professional fundraiser Jeremy Squire & Associates for violations of the Charitable Organizations and Solicitations Act. As part of the settlement Helping American Heroes will be dissolved and both the charity and professional fundraiser will pay restitution.

Public meeting on December 6 to provide update on PFAS contamination in Oscoda

LANSING, Mich. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will host an open house and public meeting to provide updates about per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances contamination in groundwater and drinking water wells at and near the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base.

Lt. Gov. Calley's statement on the U.S. House passage of federal tax reform

LANSING, Mich. Lt. Gov. Calley issued the following statement today after the U.S. House of Representatives approved a federal tax reform plan: "When we reformed the Michigan tax code, substantial job growth followed.

Skubick: New polling numbers shed light on 2018 race for governor

A high school student in northern Virginia says a teacher pulled her hijab from her head, prompting the school system to p LANSING, Mich - More polling data is out and the Republican front-runner for governor has a hefty lead and the Democratic front-runner would beat a potential challenger by 14 points. Even though non-candidate and Detroit mayor Mike Duggan would beat Mr. Schuette, candidate Gretchen Whitmer beats the mayor in a primary race 43-29.

Governor candidate Thanedar faces lawsuit over company sale

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Silver Bells in the City returns, Lansing street closings begin today

"Silver Bells in the City" is tomorrow in downtown Lansing so that means you can expect some road closures as crews set up for the big event. The 200 block of North Washington Square between Ottawa Street and Ionia Street will be closed to traffic from 9 a.m. Thursday to noon while the "Toy Mill" is set up for the toy drive.

Lansing city clerk begins accepting Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center applications

Today is the day owners of medical marijuana dispensaries will be able to apply for their license to operate within the city of Lansing. This day has been a long time coming since Lansing city council members passed the medical marijuana ordinance back in September.

Bishop Rozanski reflects on issues raised, friendships renewed at fall assembly

As he prepared to head to Indianapolis for the National Catholic Youth Conference, Springfield Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski shared his responses to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' annual fall general assembly held Nov. 13 and 14 in Baltimore. Speaking to iObserve by telephone, Bishop Rozanski said the bishops spent a significant amount of time focusing on the two main agenda items of racism and immigration and as the USCCB marked its 100th anniversary, the history and the current topics converged.

Firearm deer season: Michigan DNR keeps close eye on Chronic Wasting Disease

Canada is committing a 200-soldier rapid response team, helicopters and transport aircraft to U.N. peacek EAST LANSING, Mich. - As hunters brought deer in on the first day of firearm deer season, state officials are working to track the progress of Chronic Wasting Disease in the deer population.

U.S. House members oppose Trump administration auto trade rules proposal

A bipartisan group of more than 70 members of the U.S. House of Representatives urged the Trump administration on Wednesday not to boost current production requirements on vehicle content for autos produced in the region under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Chevrolet Camaro vehicles sit in a lot waiting to be transported to dealerships from the General Motors Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Lansing, Michigan October 26, 2015.

Dr. Larry Nassar expected to change plea in sex assault cases

Dr. Larry Nassar, center, and his attorneys listen to Judge Donald Allen Jr. rule that Nassar should stand trial on sexual assault charges during a hearing, Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. LANSING, Mich.

Schuette Charges Livingston County Man with 15 Felonies in Mortgage Assistance Scam

LANSING Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced that his Homeowner Protection Unit has filed 15 felony charges, including Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, and 15 misdemeanors against Lawrence Adell Sefa, 54, of Fenton, for stealing tens of thousands of dollars from Michigan residents who were facing mortgage foreclosures. Sefa operated his scam through his company, LAS Loan Assistance Centers.

Lansing woman speaks out after boyfrienda s disappearance

LANSING TOWNSIHP, Mich. - It has been one week since Jasmine Hill last saw Jerome Ezell, her boyfriend and the father of her infant son.

Man facing charges related to dog-fighting ring has pled guilty to similar crimes in the past

LANSING, MI - Corey Henry, the man who is currently facing charges related to a dogfighting ring in the greater Lansing area, has pled guilty to similar crimes in the past. According to Ingham County records, in 2007, Henry pled guilty to animal abandonment or cruelty and four counts of owning an unlicensed dog.

Skubick: Calley bails on part-time legislature drive, new leader confident of success

LANSING, Mich - The new leader of the petition drive to create a part-time legislature is "very confident" they will collect 360,000 signatures by the middle of Januaury to gain a spot on the statewide ballot. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley bailed out of the part-time legislature petition drive last week, turning it over to former Republican lawmaker Tom McMillan.

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