A new ordinance could require installation of electric vehicle charging stations for all new East Lansing site plans with private parking lots for 50 cars or more. The cost would be incurred by private property owners. Eli's Dan Totzkay reports.
With three recently reported gun-related incidents, plus one at Hiddentree that didn't make the news, some think violence is on the rise in East Lansing. ELi's Jessy Gregg talked to Deputy Police Chief Steve Gonzalez to get some answers.
East Lansing Middle and High School students have flocked to the East Lansing Public Library after school for decades. Recently, library staff has adopted new policies to deal with teen behavior. ELi's Noa Kuszai reports.
The City of East Lansing won't release material that would show in what lawsuits it is engaged. An attorney for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press explains why East Lansing's taxpayers have a right to this information.
Would a new kind of zoning code under consideration – one that prescribes specific architectural requirements – be a boon or a boondoggle for our City? And which neighborhoods might be affected? ELi's Alice Dreger and Jessy Gregg bring you a special report.
A fake story of young women being abducted near MSU by “six Arabic men” is circulating around town. ELPD says it is not true, community leaders are calling it harmful, and a law professor spoke to ELi about the context for this kind of messaging.
“'As far as bottom line, wins and losses, this has been the most successful season for the entire program (freshman/junior varsity/varsity) in my tenure (15 years),' Feraco said." Mark Meyer wraps up your Trojan football reporting for this season.
According to ELPD, “suspects forced their way into an apartment where an altercation occurred" and a shot was fired. Police found a man with a gunshot wound and are now looking for the suspects. ELi brings you the information made available so far.
Developer Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors has announced that the first tenant on the Albert Avenue side of the new Center City development will be Owosso-based Foster Coffee. ELi has the story of the people behind Foster, and why they were chosen for Center City..
Who is doing the negotiating over the $100-million-dollar, public-private Park Place deal? And what major zoning change is Planning Commission about to consider, even though there's been no site plan submitted? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.