Local Political Reporter Says Schuette To Target MSU Over Nassar
A Lansing TV station is reporting that the Attorney General is ready to investigate a sexual assault scandal at Michigan State University.
Lansing Built Auto Sales Down Last Year
The homegrown GM models saw sales drop in 2017.
Lansing Everett Coach and A.D. Resigned Over Student Relationship
Chad Foster will not face charges after having an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Michigan Lawmakers Want To Clarify Broken Stoplight Laws
Technically, Michigan Traffic Codes do not call for a 4-way stop when a stoplight is out.
Lansing Catholic Reaffirms Stance On National Anthem Kneeling
A letter to parents this week states that student athletes will be benched and won't be with their team if they choose to kneel during the anthem.
McLaren Officially Announces Plans For New Lansing Hospital Near
The new facility will be built in University Corporate Research Park near the intersection of Forest and Collins Roads.
Ford To Recall 202,000 Trucks and SUV's
Loose seat cushions are the cause.
BWL Project Will Affect River Trail Pedestrians
While the trail will remain open, there will be temporary closures.
Lansing BWL Invites Public To Speak On Proposed Rate Hike
A public meeting will be held at BWL headquarters in REO Town tonight at 5:30 PM.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested In Connection With LCC Threat
All three campuses will resume normal operations Thursday.
'Credible Threat' Closes Lansing Community College Campuses
Lansing Community College has closed all three of its campuses this afternoon until further notice due to what officials are calling a "credible threat".
Eaton County Chase Suspect Died From Gunshot Wound
Michigan State Police investigators have released new information on a police chase turned fatal in rural Eaton County Tuesday.
Eaton County Police Chase Turns Fatal
A short police chase resulted in the injury of an Eaton County deputy and the death of the suspect.
Lansing Named Michigan's Drunkest City By CDC
Nearly 22 percent of the adults in the Lansing-East Lansing Metro drink excessively, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse.
GM Recalls Thousands of Trucks Due To Fuel Leak Issue
Nearly 50,000 Chevrolet and GMC one-ton pickups are at risk of fire.
Dispensaries Can Officially Apply For Permits In Lansing
Applications will be accepted by the Lansing City Clerk until December 15.
MSU Receives $1M Donation For Music Building Project
The gift puts MSU past the halfway point of its goal of $17.5 million for renovation effort.
Okemos Schools Implement Extra Security Measures
School faculty, students, and families received suspicious letters.
U.S. 23 Flex Lane Eases Traffic Congestion For Commuters
The Michigan Department of Transportation has officially opened the new traffic pattern between Brighton and Ann Arbor.
Governor Snyder Ends Michigan’s Beer Keg Tag Law
Soon, keg tags will not be required to get a deposit return.