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Past articles by Claudia:

Residents celebrate with giant Christmas feast at Burcham Hills

Burcham Hills serves more than 600 people during holiday celebrations. → Read More

East Lansing City Council pushes back sanctuary city vote

The city council said they needed to hear more legal opinions before they can make a decision. → Read More

Jewish symbol on Michigan State University student’s door vandalized

“Your opinions and beliefs should not affect others and you should not be causing hateful acts of violence.” → Read More

Emergency Rooms across Michigan at capacity

Hospitals across Michigan are sending out a warning as emergency departments reach full capacity. → Read More

Michigan’s northern long-eared bat placed on endangered species list

Environmentalists are sending out a dire warning for one of Michigan’s most important bats. → Read More

Oxford High School shooting 1 year later: How to talk to children about school violence

Community members and school leaders used the day to focus on improving school safety and mental health. → Read More

What’s better - Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Experts say both

Are you the store-strolling type or the couch-scrolling type? → Read More

Lansing community honors, remembers victims of Colorado Springs shooting

Wednesday was cold and dark, but people showed up in numbers to honor the victims. → Read More

Michigan health experts give tips on having a safe holiday

Health experts said there are things you can do to protect the oldest and youngest members of your family. → Read More

Lansing church wants to stop the violence

People gathered at the Christ Kingdom Builder Church to talk about how to stop the violence. → Read More

Why does Christmas season start the day after Halloween now?

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Christmas time is here - or at least that’s what you’d think walking into any store right now. Stores are decking the halls with their holiday inventory earlier this year hoping shoppers, worried about inflation, will start buying sooner. Have you noticed Christmas decor is up the moment the Halloween décor is down? You’re not alone. Economic experts said the season… → Read More

Michigan food banks see empty shelves ahead of busy season

The demand for food is up but their shelves are empty. → Read More

Michigan clerks prepare election security ahead of Nov. 8

The process begins long before voters even show up to the polls. → Read More

Mid-Michigan families dealing with RSV earlier in season

The majority of pediatric beds at Sparrow are RSV cases. → Read More

How parents can talk to kids about sexual abuse

The conversations shouldn’t be forced, but letting them know the door is always open to talk can help. → Read More

Michigan health experts warn of ‘tripledemic’

"Approximately half of the kids at Sparrow currently are hospitalized with RSV." → Read More

Michigan man faces possibility of life in prison in graphic murder, mutilation case

The judge heard graphic testimonies from those who arrived on the crime scene where Kevin Bacon was killed. → Read More

Community supports Williamstown Township Halloween decorations at town hall meeting

“There are not enough good things happening right now, we need this.” → Read More

Federal grant to assist Jackson County redevelop polluted brownfield sites

Brownfields are plots of land which are either unusable or thought to be unusable in their current state. → Read More

Why are there so many uncontested candidates in Mid-Michigan?

In Mid-Michigan there are 170 candidates running unopposed. → Read More