East Lansing’s Public Library will play host to a special community conversation later today: “East Lansing Talks about Suicide and Self-Harm.” City Council member Shanna Draheim has urged citizens to consider attending.
All on Council stood behind the law's intention. But Ruth Beier called it "another ordinance we can't enforce," and worried it will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in lawsuits. The City Attorney says we will find out if East Lansing lacks jurisdiction.
MDOT is set to spend $300,000 along Michigan Avenue, west of Harrison Road, in conjunction with the big sewer project there. An open-house on Thursday provides residents and businesses an opportunity to learn more and weigh in.
Harrison Road will be closed where it crosses the railroad tracks just south of Trowbridge Road today through Friday for emergency repairs by Canadian National Railway. ELi's Anaiis Rios-Kasoga relays detour information for drivers.
Today was supposed to be an organized move-in day at The Hub. But with the Certificate of Occupancy from the City of East Lansing’s Building Department not being issued until the afternoon, things got a little crazy by evening.
With Talyce Murray taking on the chairpersonship of the East Lansing’s Human Relations Commission, the group will be continuing last year’s pattern of taking a relatively active approach. ELi tells you what they're working on now.
The goal of the Bogue Street Protected Bike Lane pilot project is to enable bicyclists to coexist safely with pedestrians, vehicles, and buses while traveling one of the busiest routes through MSU's campus. ELi's Mark Meyer reports on the change happening this week.
Did someone shoot out a driver’s window at the intersection of Saginaw Street and Coolidge Road on Saturday afternoon? ELPD can't find evidence of the use of a firearm, but they are investigating the incident and asking for tips.
For our continuing series of Council candidate profiles, ELi’s Brad Minor spoke with Erik Altmann recently about his re-election plans. The Mayor Pro Tem believes he has kept his word to the voters and has earned another term on the East Lansing City Council.
An East Lansing Police clerk accidentally mass-emailed two unredacted arrest reports to the department's media list. ELPD Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez says ELPD is reviewing the situation to figure out how this happened.