You've probably seen ELPD officers on bikes in East Lansing, but did you ever wonder about what they do that's different from "regular" police officers? ELi's Casandra Eriksen spoke to Officer Chad Pride about the ELPD Bicycle Unit.
Near midnight on Tuesday, City Council formally voted to put a City income tax on the November ballot, along with a property tax reduction that would take effect only if the income tax passes. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.
Serious lessons in walking and biking safety, plus helmet fittings and bike registration mix with games and giveaways this Sunday at The Hannah Community Center. Ginger Ogilvie tells you what you need to know about Walk & Roll Safety Day.
Many East Lansing parents were concerned about the District's decision not to notify them of a sexual assault on school grounds until days after the incident was alleged to have occurred. We asked Acting Superintendent Dori Leyko to explain the delay.
The City Manager predicts “cataclysmic reductions in staff." The Fire Chief talks about closing firehouse #2. The Court's Chief Judge and Police Chief explain why court fines are way down. All this and more from last week's City budget talks.
The rough weather didn't stop hundreds of people from coming out to ELPD's first Open House. Visitors met officers and police dog Quinn, checked out police equipment, and learned how to be safer at home, on bikes, and with car seats.
For 33 years, an East Lansing City ordinance has required that any establishment serving alcohol must take in at least 50% of its revenue from food sales. At last night's discussion-only meeting, City Council agreed to revisit the rule. Jessy Gregg reports.