Haley Hansen, Lansing StateJournal

Haley Hansen

Lansing StateJournal

Lansing, MI, United States

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Past articles by Haley:

Peoples Yoga opens in REO Town

After more than 15 years as a teacher, Misty Belous has opened her own studio in REO Town. → Read More

Allen Neighborhood Center announces $10 million redevelopment

The $10 million project — called Allen Place — will include 29 units of mixed-income housing as well as commercial space. The newly renovated site will remain home to the neighborhood center. → Read More

Police release ID of Lansing man killed in early Sunday crash

Devon Quinn Johnson, 22, died in a single-vehicle crash in South Lansing on East Cavanaugh Road at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday. → Read More

Lansing company hosts website that inspired Charleston shooter, but not for much longer

An investigation by Gizmodo found that Liquid Web Solutions is the host of the website of the white-supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens. → Read More

Lansing native to lead Downtown Lansing Inc.

Lifelong Lansing-area resident Cathleen Edgerly will become Downtown Lansing Inc.'s executive director on Aug. 26. → Read More

Lansing mayor's proposal would allow recreational pot businesses, cap dispensaries at 28

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has proposed an amendment to the city's marijuana ordinance which would allow recreational marijuana businesses. → Read More

Take a peek at Michigan's first small-format Target store in downtown East Lansing

Target has opened 100 smaller versions of its stores since first piloting the idea in 2014. → Read More

Bangos wants to be your favorite breakfast spot on wheels

It took the owners of Bangos two years to get their project off the ground. Now, they're slinging breakfast throughout the Lansing area. → Read More

Meridian Township green lights development to create a downtown Okemos

The $110 million project — called the Village of Okemos — includes seven buildings totaling nearly 290,000 square feet. → Read More

After years of failed plans, $13.5 million development underway on Ottawa-Butler block

The site will include two buildings with 24 low-income apartments apiece, along with bicycle parking and 127 parking spots, according to the site plan → Read More

After more than 70 years in East Lansing, Builders Hardware reopens in REO Town

After selling hardware furnishings in East Lansing for more than 70 years, the longtime business reopened in REO Town this spring. → Read More

Two women arrested in Clinton County after child reported missing

One woman was arrested on the kidnapping warrant. Another for felony resisting and obstructing, possession of heroin, driving with suspended license and giving false identification to police. → Read More

Mason Depot Diner sustains heavy damage in basement fire

The Mason restaurant sustained heavy damage in the basement to floor beams and joists, causing the floor to sag. → Read More

Police find human remains at south Lansing home

Lansing crime scene investigators are continuing their investigation into human remains found at a Loa Street home on Monday. → Read More

Delta Township man sentenced to 9 years in prison for child abuse

Eaton County Circuit Court Judge John D. Maurer sentenced Israel Benancio Mora, 22, to a minimum of nine years and seven months in prison. → Read More

Police arrest Lansing man in connection with Old Town homicide

A 62-year-old Lansing man has been arrested in Old Town homicide. → Read More

MSU investigators clear basketball players in Title IX sexual assault investigation

A Title IX report from MSU investigators issued Wednesday cleared three basketball players of wrongdoing after being accused of sexual assault. → Read More

Family Video on Waverly Road to close, become home to new retailer

The Family Video location, which opened in 1998, isn't shuttering because of poor sales, according to its head of real estate. → Read More

Michigan State University to open allergy-free dining hall

Michigan State University will open its first allergen free dining hall next month. → Read More

Police search for man who robbed couple in their Delhi Township garage

A man and woman told police they were approached by a man while in their garage and robbed of cash at gun point. → Read More