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Liberty Church hand sanitizer photo
Courtesy photo / Liberty Church

A church in Grand Ledge has been closed for more than two weeks due to an outbreak of COVID-19. The Barry-Eaton County Health Department reports at least 58 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among members of Liberty Church in Grand Ledge. Five people have been hospitalized, and four others are getting inpatient care. None are in intensive care.


Ingham County’s top health official says she is not advising safety guidelines for trick or treating that would go beyond those laid out by the state.


Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail says it’s “very unfortunate” that President Trump held a rally at Lansing’s airport during the pandemic.


A new smartphone app has launched to help reduce the spread of the Coronavirus at Michigan State University. The free app is called MI COVID Alert. It’s a joint project of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the Ingham County Health Department, and MSU.

Peckham HQ photo
Courtesy photo / Peckham, Inc.

Employees are back to work at the headquarters of Peckham Incorporated in Lansing after a COVID-related shutdown last week.


Fr. Jake Foglio, the long-time chaplain to the MSU football team, has died.


Jabbar Bennett photo
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Michigan State University has selected Jabbar Bennett of Northwestern University to serve as vice president and chief diversity officer at MSU.


Downtown Lansing library photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

The Capital Area District Library system will allow patrons to come inside to use computers starting today.


Front of Lansing city hall
WKAR-MSU

A conservative political organization is suing the cities of Lansing and Flint over the use of grant money for election operations.


Rod Sadler photo
Courtesy photo

This story includes descriptions of graphic violence, and may be disturbing for some people.

Don Miller might be the Lansing area’s most notorious serial killer. Between 1977 and 1978, he took the lives of four young women. A new book by a retired Eaton County Sheriff’s sergeant explores the Miller case.


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