An Indian tribe from the Upper Peninsula can finally move ahead with plans to build a $245 million casino in downtown Lansing.
A federal judge suddenly has put the brakes on plans for an American Indian casino in Lansing.
You’ve heard tales of their unseemly, ridiculous and dirty deeds throughout the year — those southeast Michiganders who were more naughty than nice in 2012.
The new three R’s are spelled S-T-E-M. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math, and the Information Technology Empowerment Center (ITEC) is partnering with more than a dozen community groups to kick off Lansing’s first STEM Week, Nov. 26-30.
Plans for a $245 million American Indian casino in downtown Lansing are moving forward, with city officials announcing a land-purchase agreement with the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
A city that turned an eyesore former power station into an insurance company headquarters obviously has a knack for the unlikely, if not the impossible. And the next step is an old department store.
This week on Michigan Matters, if politics is your cup of tea – you’ve come to the right place.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is attempting to block plans for a $245 million American Indian casino in downtown Lansing.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain finds out what’s going on in several of Michigan’s big cities when Southfield Mayor Brenda Lawrence, Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero and Westland Mayor William Wild discuss unique times in their hometowns.
With the passing of a 10-year Detroit Institute of Arts millage in Tuesday’s primary election, residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties will get in free with I.D.