A generous grant from LACT and space donated by the East Lansing Public Library gave eight teenagers a chance to take the first steps towards becoming citizen reporters. Program participant Grace Bargerstock reports.
MSU's Trustees have rejected a deal wherein City Council would pull the income tax proposal if MSU provided $20 million over eight years. Now, Council says, if voters don't approve an income tax, emergency services may be slashed.
East Lansing's Mayor Meadows expresses frustration over the MEDC asking City Council to redo yet more paperwork on the Park District proposal. What's holding up the State's movement on ending East Lansing's blight?
Evan Dempsey spoke with East Lansing Library Director Kristin Shelley about how she sees her family's experience connecting to this year's One Book. He also brings our readers news of upcoming local events on A Long Way Home.
MSU is considering setting up a MASH-style field hospital to deal with the swamping of local emergency services caused by alcohol abuse during big game weekends. What other actions is the university taking to deal with party stress on East Lansing? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
Eva Schloss and her family were captured in Holland by the Nazis on her fifteenth birthday. Seventy-three years later, the celebrated author, activist and step-sister of Anne Frank comes to East Lansing to share her story. Berkley Sorrells reports.
EL's Family Aquatic Center will go to the dogs once again during the last event of the season for the Center. ELi's Corey Rivera tells you how you (and a canine companion) can get in the swim of things.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) today answered questions from ELi about what's going on with state-level delays on review of the Park District project, a major redevelopment slated to replace the blight downtown.