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Past articles by Rachel:

Mason Public Schools teachers and parents have mixed feelings about return to school

While school districts say they’re excited about the news, parents have mixed feelings. → Read More

Law professor sheds light on legal impact of U.S. Capitol protests

Jeffrey Swartz, a Western Michigan-Cooley Law School professor, says those who stormed the U.S. Capitol building could face life in prison. → Read More

Michigan health officials focusing on second phase of vaccine rollout plan

Now, Michigan is coming up with plans to avoid those lines when vaccines become widely available. → Read More

Grand Ledge businesses adjusting after water main break

Businesses and residents are still boiling water after a water main break caused problems in Grand Ledge on Tuesday. → Read More

Mid-Michigan nurse helps with kids’ education

Rachael Hanson is a frontline healthcare worker and a foster mom of two kids. → Read More

Beaumont Health professionals receive first dose of vaccine

One of the state’s largest health care systems has already started distributing the vaccine. → Read More

Mid-Michigan hospitals prepare for vaccine, front-line workers react

Excitement coming from Mid-Michigan health care officials now that the first few Pfizer shots have been given out in the state. → Read More

Virtual Hannukah celebrations become the norm

It is the first night of Hannukah. → Read More

Cannabis shop and attorney push for decriminalization of marijuana

On Friday, the House approved a bill to decriminalize and tax marijuana at the federal level. → Read More

President’s lawyer testifies at Capitol

On Monday night, President Trump’s personal attorney was at the State Capitol to testify the presidential election. → Read More

Ingham County Health Officer sends out letter to encourage COVID-19 restrictions

Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail reacts after the letter she sent to state Senate leaders went public. → Read More

MSU starting two-year live-on reinstatement beginning 2021

The change will take place beginning in the fall of 2021. → Read More

Board of Canvassers speaks on state election system

After a debated 2020 election, the Board of Canvassers are speaking out about Michigan’s election system. → Read More

Lawmaker supports the $100 million stimulus package

The governor sent out the request on Wednesday. → Read More

State representatives make final plea, encouraging virtual Thanksgiving celebrations

State Representative Sarah Anthony is sending one more warning to families this holiday season. → Read More

Medical professionals encourage rapid COVID-19 testing

A medical professional in St. Johns is encouraging people to get a rapid COVID-19 test over a nasal swab test. → Read More

Lawmakers react to Michigan vote certification

After a long afternoon of public comment and deliberation, the state canvassers certified President-elect Joe Biden’s Michigan win with 16 electoral votes. → Read More

Punishment for new order could be a fine up to $1,000

People could be put behind bars and face up to a $1,000 fine for not following the emergency health order. → Read More

Ingham County prepares for COVID-19 vaccine

Officer Vail says the freezer will be large enough to hold more vaccines than people in Ingham County. → Read More

High school students open up about mental health amid pandemic

Many high school students across Mid-Michigan are calling out for help when it comes to their mental health. → Read More