Mayor Wants BWL Accountability

Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero emphasized accountability for BWL in his State of the City.

Still No Link Between Disneyland And Michigan Measles Case

The Oakland County Health Department is disputing a story in the LA Times times that says the case has been linked to the Disneyland outbreak.

East Lansing Helps Set World Record

200 preschoolers in East Lansing helped set a Guinness world record for the largest simultaneous vocabulary lesson.

Snyder Dismisses Federal Tax Questions in Road Funding Deal

Governor Snyder is downplaying a new study that suggests one million people may have to pay more in federal taxes if voters pass a ballot proposal raising the sales tax.

Measles Outbreak Linked To Disneyland Over 90 Cases Nationwide

The Measles outbreak linked to Disneyland has now passed 90 cases nationwide.

Icy Roads Contribute To Truck Crash

A truck driver says he had a hard time stopping on icy roads when his truck caught on fire early this morning in Calhoun County.

Early Results Suggest Vaccine May Be Safe To Use

Early results from Ebola vaccine trials in West Africa are suggesting it may be safe to use.

New Program To Help Low Income Families

A new program will help make sure low income families are eating healthy, specifically kids and seniors.

Jackson Road Millage Will Not Be on May Ballot

Second attempt by city council fell one vote short.

Kids Demonstrate Online Courses

A lot of kids had snow days Thursday because of the ice, but some students highlighted their classrooms, or lack thereof, to lawmakers Thursday morning.

Lawmakers Introduce Go Red for Women Resolution

They also introduced an American Heart Month.

Group Encourages Youth to Sign Up for Health Care Coverage

The deadline to enroll in Obamacare is fast approaching.

Fines for Slippery Sidewalks

Freezing rain, then snow Thursday afternoon is making a slippery mess on the sidewalks. Add that to ice already built up on some sidewalks and it's a dangerous combination. It's your job to get rid of that snow and ice, or be prepared to pay the city to do it for you.

Challenge from the Mayor: Lose a Million Pounds

In his State of the City, Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero is expected to challenge the public to lose some weight - one million pounds to be exact. He says it will improve public health. We found out what it's going to take to make it happen.

Lt. Governor's Brother Suspect in Hit and Run

Woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Lansing Mayor to Deliver 2015 State of the City Address

Will talk about plans for "Lansing 3.0" and changes at the Board of Water and Light.

State Employee Charged with Fraud

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says a 17-year employee with LARA is accused of playing golf on company time.

Phone Scam Being Reported in Ingham County

The caller identifies themselves from the Ingham County Clerk's Office, demanding payment on an old loan.

Michigan's Biggest Aquarium Now Open to the Public

The wait is over - Michigan's largest aquarium opens its doors today to the public. Sea Life Michigan in Auburn Hills features interactive exhibits and over 5,000 creatures.

UPDATE: Missing Man Found

Thomas Kaiser was last seen on the 200 block of North Pennsylvania Avenue Wednesday morning.

Economist: Roads Deal Ups Federal Taxes

An East Lansing economist says if voters approve a plan to fix the roads this May, 1.2 million Michiganders could pay an extra $102 million on their federal income tax returns. Patrick Anderson, principal...

Bill Would Protect Soldiers' Custodial Rights

Bill prevents any custody changes from being made while one parent is deployed.

Police Chase Caught on Camera

A crazy police chase was caught on dashcam... take a look at this.

Tobacco Sales to Minors Rising

More businesses are selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to minors, according to the State Department of Community Health.

Amendment to Keystone Bill Fails Despite MI Senators Efforts

An amendment to the Keystone XL Pipeline bill protecting the Great Lakes from oil spills has been defeated.