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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
MDHHS kicks off fourth annual College Flu Challenge, expands eligible participants

LANSING, Mich. A college student's health is vital to their academic success and an important part of student wellness is an annual flu vaccination.

Reservations still being accepted for Sept. 28 scholarship fundraiser ...

LANSING, Mich. Michigan students who were in foster care will receive college scholarships through money raised at the Sept.

Multi-million dollar EL redevelopment project moves forward despite setback

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday that he heard positive news in Pres East Lansing, Mich. - The East Lansing City Council had to take another step Tuesday night, to keep things moving on a multi-million dollar redevelopment project.

Skubick: Petition drive to raise minimum wage set to take off

Matthew Stafford threw for two touchdowns and rookie Jamal Agnew broke the game open with an 88-yard punt retur LANSING, Mich - Another petition is being launched to boost the minimum wage and there are questions on what this would mean for your pocketbook. But if the citizens gathered in a Capitol meeting room are successful with their petition drive and if the voters in 2018 say yes, the wage would go to $10.00 and then $12.00 by 2022.

Schuette Opens Investigation into Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors

LANSING Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced that he is moving forward with an investigation of both the manufacturers and the distributors of prescription opioid drugs alongside a bipartisan coalition of 41 state attorneys general. The coalition has demanded detailed information and documents from both the manufacturers and the distributors.

Gov. Rick Snyder signs bipartisan bill extending filing deadline for city elections across Michigan

LANSING, Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder today signed legislation to authorize extension of the filing deadline for city office elections in 2017, ensuring mayoral and city council candidates who filed petitions with the necessary signatures will be placed on the ballot for the primary election this August.

Church welcomes minister

Knowlton began serving as minister in May. He is married to his wife, Rose, and they have eight children and 10 grandchildren.

Civil Rights Commission tables request to include LGBT community in anti-discrimination law

A crowd waits to address the Michigan Civil Rights Commission on a request to interpret the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity under a ban on sex discrimination Tuesday, Sept. 18 in Lansing, Mich.

Cider and Religious Freedomby Margot Cleveland On Friday, the Tennes...

The city of East Lansing, Mich., had banned them from the city's farmer's market because they refuse to host same-sex marriage ceremonies at their farm. In a decision granting the Tenneses' motion for a preliminary injunction, federal district-court judge Paul Maloney ordered East Lansing to "allow the Plaintiffs to participate in the East Lansing Farmer's Market for the remainder of the 2017 season."

DNR releases info as to where to find the fish

Volunteers work to harvest a walleye pond so the fish can be stocked in public waterbodies throughout Michigan, just one of several fish stocking efforts supported by the Michigan DNR each year Volunteers work to harvest a walleye pond so the fish can be stocked in public waterbodies throughout Michigan, just one of several fish stocking efforts supported by the Michigan DNR each year LANSING, Mich. - Want to know where the fish are in Michigan lakes and rivers? The Department of Natural Resources has released where they have stocked their 25 million fish in 2017.

Bay and Jackson county players split $514,536 from Fantasy 5 Jackpot

Through Sept. 17 Trn Money 1. Sung Hyun Park 18 $1,909,667 2. So Yeon Ryu 18 $1,786,524 3. Lexi Thompson 18 $1,663,957 4. Anna Nordqvist 15 Through Sept.

19 small ways legislation would narrow open records laws

LANSING, MI There was a lot of fanfare when the House passed legislation to expand Michigan's open records laws earlier this year, but something far more common is a gradual skinnying of what members of the media and the public can obtain under the Freedom of Information Act. While the push to open up FOIA is stalled in the Senate Government Operations Committee, some of this year's bills that include carve-outs and exempt certain information from the FOIA law have shown more movement or even made it all the way past the governor's pen and into law.

Homeless Angels continue effort to support community

PREP FOOTBALL Flint International 52, Mayville 26 Powers North Central 76, Baldwin 6 Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 49, Lutheran Westlan Saturday At Evian Resort Golf Club Evian-les-Bains, France Purse: $3.65 million Yardage: 6,479; Par: 71 Second Round Moriya Jutanugarn 65-68 Just last week, Mike Karl, the face and founder of Lansing's Homeless Angels announced he was leaving the organization saying it's direction was not in line with his vision anymore. People who volunteer and work for the Homeless Angels say they're going to continue it's mission and support the community even if that means without Mike Karl.

Michigan Public Service Commission establishes electric capacity...

LANSING, Mich. The Michigan Public Service Commission today established a capacity demonstration process pursuant to the state's new energy laws, requiring all electric providers in the state to demonstrate to the MPSC that they have adequate resources secured to be able to reliably serve customers four years into the future.

Schuette, Other State AGs Open Investigation, Issue Scathing Letter,...

LANSING Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced he has joined a multi-state investigation with over 40 other state Attorneys General and has signed on to a letter to Equifax demanding the company improve its consumer response to the breach and take steps to refund those who have already paid for a credit freeze. In Michigan, more than 4,000,000 people may have had their personal information compromised through an alleged cyberattack on Equifax's database.

MPSC OKs Consumers Energy's sale of coal plants in Muskegon, Luna Pier for redevelopment

LANSING, Mich. The Michigan Public Service Commission today approved a $62.5 million plan by Consumers Energy to have a North Carolina firm purchase and tear down the closed B.C. Cobb and J.R. Whiting coal-fired electric plants and redevelop the sites.

Judge: City wrong to bar farmer over gay marriage views

The Tennes family in their orchard: Steve, wife Bridget, Faith, in Dad's arms, James, Joseph and Mary. Daughter Brianna was busy at volleyball practice.

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