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Inflation has moderated some, but grocery shoppers still face high prices

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Mike Sunnucks Throughout 2022, Adams Publishing Group's journalists from across the country collected local grocery price data, spoke with American consumers about how they're navigating the high tide of inflation, and heard from...

How gas prices have changed in Illinois in the last week

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Stacker (January 7, 2022) – A cold snap across much of the U.S. in the last two weeks have forced refineries to slow operations and even shut down, including on the Texas gulf...

Commuting in Cook County – by the numbers

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Stacker American commutes are getting longer, with a U.S. Census Bureau report released in 2021 revealing the average one-way commute in 2019 reached a record high of 27.6 minutes. Combined with high gas...

How grocery purchasing power has changed in the U.S.

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Dom DiFurio If you're feeling like grocery prices have inched up seemingly overnight, you're not alone. The last time grocery costs spiked this much was in 1980, when the U.S. was coming...

12 sports records athletes set in 2022

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Pete Camarillo Every year brings sports memories full of firsts and world-class athletes taking success in their sport to a new level. Was 2022 a great year for sports? Athletes like Antonio Brown,...

Top 10 states that produce the most Christmas trees

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By: Hannah Lang States that produce the most Christmas trees Nothing beats a real Christmas tree, from the crisp evergreen scent to choosing the perfect Tannenbaum to adorn with glistening ornaments come December. Across the...

Top holiday toys from the year you were born

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. Jacob Osborn, Peter Richman Toy shopping has transformed over the past 100 years due to advancements in the products or the marketplace. Stacker searched for products from 1920 to today that caught hold of...

How seat belt use has changed since the 1990s

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Abby Monteil For any motor vehicle driver or passenger, buckling in a seat belt before driving is an automatic habit, but this wasn't always the case. Although English inventor Sir George Cayley...

What makes people vote? What data and experts say

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Marta Campabadal As the 2022 midterm elections approach, voter turnout is becoming a topic of interest — notably because midterm elections have historically had much lower turnout than presidential elections. Despite this fact,...

How Halloween has changed in the past 100 years

The Lansing Journal has partnered with Stacker.com to provide in-depth features that may be of interest to our readers. By Brit McGinnis Halloween has changed drastically since its Druidic origins in Ireland, the original home of the holiday. How people celebrate Halloween has shifted according to technology, the size of cities, and attitudes...