Public Safety and Crime

Flood Warnings Issued as Rains Turn Heavy

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings, ELPD is warning motorists and pedestrians, and MSU is ready to mount flood barriers to protect low-lying buildings. ELi's Alice Dreger reports.

Why Aren’t We Covering the Nassar Story?

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The Nassar story has brought the BBC to town. So why are we busy reporting on City Council, School Board, trails repairs, and downtown development?

City’s Crews Deal with Water Main Breaks

Monday, January 8, 2018

Water flooding the road suddenly? That's a sign of a water main break. East Lansing's engineer-administrator Ron Lacasse explains what happened with one in Glencairn last night, and explains how to report a suspected break.

Council Votes to Postpone Decision on Marijuana Provisioning Centers

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Based on the number of issues and questions arising during last night's public hearing, City Council decided to defer action on Ordinance 1416, which regulates the location of medical marijuana provisioning centers, until their January 9th meeting. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.

DDA Recommends Against Marijuana Provisioning Centers Downtown

Friday, December 15, 2017

As the State of Michigan begins accepting licenses for medical marijuana businesses, East Lansing's DDA has voted unanimously to ask City Council to defer action on provisioning centers when it takes up the issue next week. Alice Dreger reports. 

Council Begins Deliberations on Budget Cuts and Revenue Options

Thursday, December 14, 2017

East Lansing's City Council agreed Tuesday night to keep the festivals going this coming summer and to keep Fire Station #2 open, but there was not a lot of other consensus among Councilmembers on where or how to start cutting the budget. ELi's Chris Root reports.

Retired K-9 Leads the Good Life after Extraordinary Service

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

"We spend more time with these dogs than we do with any person on this earth," Connelly says of being a K-9 handler. "It's rare that they're not with us 24/7 and it's a bond that goes beyond any personal pet. You see dangerous things together. You see the highs and lows of police work together. You go to calls where people have lost their lives, hurt themselves or hurt other people. You see the whole spectrum of life."

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