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Past articles by Diamond:

MSU fans can return to Spartan Stadium

MSU Athletics to enforce COVID-19 guidelines for Saturday’s spring football game → Read More

Doctors urging parents not to forget about vaccinations besides COVID-19

Now they’re worried about an even greater resurgence of preventable diseases. → Read More

City of Lansing may decriminalize panhandling

Next week the city council will hold a hearing on getting rid of the ordinance. → Read More

Family of late Anthony Hulon calls for justice

Family fights for justice, calling a wrongful death of Anthony Hulon → Read More

Delayed transactions through the Secretary of State

Delayed transactions through the Secretary of State, Michiganders struggle renewing their ID’s. → Read More

Ingham County Health Department strives to reach Hispanic population

The department is now working with a local group to reach as many people as possible in the Hispanic population. → Read More

Dashboard allows Michigan residents to see which companies are following COVID guidelines

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration launched an online dashboard listing companies that have been cited for violating COVID-19 guidelines. → Read More

Neogen faces criticism for blocking shortcut to local library

Some people are upset that a company put up a fence blocking their access to that shortcut. → Read More

Lansing mayoral candidates begin canvassing for the 2021 mayoral election

Today began the first canvassing effort from Mayor Andy Schor and former Mayor Virg Bernero. → Read More

Jackson Public Schools offering $10K bonus to draw in teachers

The demand for teachers is at an all-time high across the nation. → Read More

Grocery workers say they should’ve been prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine

On April 5th, Michiganders 16 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Bipartisan plan to support nurses introduced

A bipartisan push underway to support Michigan frontline nurses. → Read More

House fire occurred on Johnson Avenue in Lansing

Fire officials responded to a house fire on the 900 block of Johnson Ave. in Lansing. → Read More

Restaurants rejoice: 50-percent capacity allowed for indoor dining

That’s an increase from the current 25-percent capacity limit. → Read More

NEWS 10 EXCLUSIVE: Local janitor recalls his brief encounter with John Geddert before his death

Scott Sugg was cleaning out the Grand Ledge rest area off I-96 when he crossed paths with Geddert. → Read More

The City of East Lansing extends mask mandate

On Tuesday night, the city council voted to extend the mask mandate to May 16. → Read More

MSU students react to the latest COVID guidelines

The school has reported more than 3,300 cases since the end of July. → Read More

Community helps families impacted by Lansing fire

People in Lansing are now coming together on Wednesday night to help three families, → Read More

Mayor Schor ‘excited’ about City of Lansing Public Service Department’s improved snow plow status map, residents react

On Tuesday, Mayor Andy Schor announced that the City of Lansing Public Service Department has launched a GPS snow plow status map. → Read More

Children under the age of 18 are legally allowed to marry in the state of Michigan

State lawmakers are actively working on bipartisan bills in order to ban child marriage. → Read More