The Governor announced his budget plan today and says there's money to invest in communities. But the Lansing Mayor and others say the money the state is giving to local governments isn't enough.
The armed robbery we told you about this morning on news ten -- does not appear to be a random holdup.
Wednesday marks the first day of "lent" on the Christian Calendar. It's forty days of fasting and abstinence leading up to Easter.
The sooner those water lines are replaced in flint the better. That's according to the city's fire department.
Funeral services were held Wednesday February 10th, for Lansing Fire Department Captain Stephen Babcock.
Governor Rick Snyder wants to spend nearly $200 million to help Flint, but it was difficult for him to get that message across in his budget presentation on Wednesday thanks to a loud group of protesters.
One of Michigan's most treasured places will be featured on the big screen.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources just wrapped up its annual survey of how many elk are in northern Michigan.
A memorial service for Lansing Fire Dept. Capt. Stephen Babcock is held at Trinity Church Wednesday.
Semi jack-knifed in downtown Eaton Rapids Wednesday morning.
The flu virus kills a six year old boy in Oakland County. Ashton Arabo's death is the first pediatric death from the flu this year.
New details about the Lansing Mall's new curfew on children age 16 and under. Beginning this Friday night, children and teens ages 16 and under will not be allowed in the mall on Friday and Saturday nights after 6 p.m. unless they are with an adult. That adult must be age 21 or older.
It might soon cost as little as 99 cents to fill up your tank here in Mid-Michigan. According to gasbuddy.com, prices in the Midwest are at a 12 year low.
It's Ash Wednesday, a holy day that marks the first day of Lent for Christians around the world.
Waverly students are still working collect water to send to Flint.
MSU police are on the hunt for two armed robbers.
Meridian Township Police say this man stole from a business.
The Lansing Board of Water and Light will be helping Flint replace its lead pipes.
With Michigan's primaries now less than a month away, a recent poll has Trump and Clinton leading their parties.
The city of Flint wants to replace all of its lead pipes, something Lansing has been working on for more than a decade. But Flint wants to do that work in a much shorter time frame - just one year.
Schools around the state may have a lot less "red tape" to cut through. A group of Republicans in the state senate have introduced bills eliminating some of the hundreds of reports that schools are required to file every year.
A child in Michigan has died from the flu. The state says it's the first pediatric death of the flu season.
Governor Rick Snyder is expected to ask state lawmakers to approve another two hundred million dollars for Flint's water crisis. That's according to the Detroit Free Press.
A faucet in an elementary school is a concern, after the water tested over the EPA's limit for lead.
Getting the language approved was the first step.