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Nearly a thousand health care workers in Ingham County are getting Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine every week.


The Michigan State University College of Nursing awarded degrees to more than 40 graduates this month. Those new nurses are entering the health care field at a critical time, as America faces the COVID-19 pandemic.

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You can expect Michigan to be a snowy place this winter. and chief meteorologist Mark Torregrossa says above-normal precipitation this winter is “a pretty good bet.”

Back 40 encampment photo
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A homeless encampment in Lansing is being cleaned up following relocations.

A Michigan State University Trustee has completed a year-long review of unreleased documents related to the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case.

First COVID -19 vaccination at McLaren Hospital photo
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Lansing's two hospital systems are now vaccinating front line workers against COVID-19.

East Lansing city hall sign photo
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Michigan-based software company TechSmith will consolidate its operations at a new facility in East Lansing.

Lansing skyline
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The anticipated spike in COVID-19 cases after Thanksgiving doesn’t seem to have materialized in Ingham County.

Rosemarie Aquilina Zoom image
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Ingham County Circuit Judge Rosemarie Aquilina rose to national prominence as she handled the Larry Nassar sex abuse case. As a writer, she has tackled fiction as the author of three novels. Now, Judge Aquilina has published an autobiography called Just Watch Me, initially available only as an audiobook.

WKAR’s Scott Pohl talks with her about the project.

The Board of Water and Light resumed electricity shutoffs this summer after stopping them early in the pandemic. Now, they're extending a moratorium on water shutoffs until April 15, 2021. It is against state law to shutoff electricity in the winter.
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The Lansing Board of Water and Light is extending its utility shutoff moratorium to April 15th of next year. Governor Gretchen Whitmer's moratorium on water shutoffs is set to expire at the end of the year.