Lansing, Michigan (WLNS) – As always, we looked at the most popular news on our site during 6 news items this morning.

Here is a breakdown of these stories:

Two were injured and hospitalized in a fire in Lansing

Two people are recovering this morning after being injured during a house fire in Lansing on Wednesday night.

Officials received a call about the fire around 7pm on Wednesday, February 23, which took place around the corner of Lake Lansing Road and High Street.

When firefighters arrived on the scene, they saw a fire spreading to the second floor of a two-story building.

Half a dozen fire engines tried to put out the flames, which helped put out the fire in 45 minutes.

The man and woman were taken out of the building by firefighters and taken to hospital for treatment.

The condition of the man and woman, as well as how the fire started are still unknown.

6 news will keep you informed of further details as long as this investigation continues.

Target removes mask requirements

This week Target announced it would drop it mask requirement for shoppers and employees in their stores.

This decision was made as the incidence of COVID-19 decreased across the country.

“As COVID-19 cases continue to decline across the country, Target will not require members of our American team or guests to wear masks, as permitted by local law,” the Target website said. “We will adhere to all state and local COVID-19 safety regulations and encourage our team members and guests to review the latest health guidelines, get vaccinated, and make decisions to protect themselves and their families.”

Statement on the Target website

To ensure the safety of people, the company says it will continue regular disinfection, clean every driveway and set reminders about social distance.

Target went to its website, saying, “The health and safety of our guests and team members has always been our number one priority.”

Study: The brain remains active after death

Is it really your life “Flash before your eyes when you die?”

A new study by a team from the University of Tartu provides the first-ever record of brain activity at death.

Recent studies show that the brain remains both active and coordinated during and after the “death transition”.

The recorded gamma waves of the brain at the time of death also turned out to be similar to those that occur during dreams.

Further evidence suggests that this “repeat life” is a programmed, natural biological response.

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