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When readers ask, we investigate.

Ask ELi: What’s with All the Acorns?

Monday, October 14, 2019

The size of the crop depends on the growing conditions the previous year, and also what happens when the tree flowered in the spring. Local forester Mike Vasievich provides some insight.

Too Late for Write-In Council Candidates? No.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Write-in candidates could still emerge in East Lansing’s City Council race. ELi’s Anaiis Rios-Kasoga spoke with City Clerk Jennifer Shuster to explain how this would work.

Should You Vote for Three Council Candidates?

Monday, October 7, 2019

Even though East Lansing residents will be electing three candidates in the upcoming City Council election, you are not required to cast all three votes on a ballot. ELi's Alice Dreger explains the potential effect of splitting your vote.

Ask ELi: What’s That Smell?

Monday, September 9, 2019

ELi’s reporters are always happy to sniff things out for readers, and today we got to take that literally.

Ask ELi: Who Do You Call for a Sick Wild Animal?

Monday, August 26, 2019

The recent case of an ill raccoon in the Chesterfield Hills neighborhood brought a number of requests to ELi to find out who you call if faced with a sick or injured wild animal. ELi's Brad Minor reports on options.

Ask ELi: Will the New Schools Be Done in Time?

Monday, August 19, 2019

ELPS Superintendent Dori Leyko says the new Donley and Glencairn Elementary Schools will "absolutely" be ready for the new school year's start. We bring you photos by Jim Pivarnik showing the progress.

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