Mayor Bernero and Lansing Schools to Combat Bullying

Mayor Bernero and Superintendent Caamal Canul will discuss strategies to prevent bullying.

MSU Gets $10 Million Gift from Donors

Money will benefit football, basketball and golf programs.

Mid Michigan Housing Market Improving

The 2014 housing market in Mid Michigan is one of the best on record

New Poll Has Governor's Race Tied with Less Than 2 Weeks to Go

Has Snyder & Schauer tied at 48% with 4% undecided.

MSU Not Liable in Dorm Fall Lawsuit

A state appeals court says MSU cannot be held responsible for the injuries of an 18-year-old girl who fell six stories from a dorm in 2012.

Lansing and Jackson Above State Average for Unemployment

The Lansing and Jackson areas are below the state average in terms of unemployment.

Race for 71st District Seat is Tight

We're just 12 days our from election day and the races are heating up. This November, the Democrats are hoping to gain five more seats in the State House of Representatives to take control of the legislature. The 71st District is one they already have and would like to keep, but the race is tight.

Mayor to LPD: "Ease Up" on Overnight Parking

Mayor Virg Bernero is considering changing the city's overnight parking ordinance.

Residents Asked to Take Supermarket Survey

There's been talk about putting a grocery store in downtown Lansing and those behind the effort want folks to weigh in on the idea by taking a survey.

UPDATE: Deer in the Hallway of Local High School

A deer entered and exited through different windows at Lansing Eastern High School.

71st District Candidates to Speak with High Schoolers

Rep. Theresa Abed and her challenger Tom Barrett are speaking with students at Waverly High School today.

Bestmaze Corn Maze in Williamston Gains Popularity

People will again flock to corn mazes this weekend for some fall fun, and one corn maze in Williamston, Bestmaze Corn Maze, is pretty popular.

GM & Toyota Tell Some Owners Not to Allow Anyone to Sit in the Passenger Seat

Automakers say defective airbags could kill a passenger.

MSU Students Protest Police Brutality, Racism

A hundred MSU students marched on East Lansing's Police Department demanding policy changes to prevent racism and police brutality.

Attorney General Announces AmeriGas Settlement

Thousands of people who payed for propane gas may get some money back.

Delhi Twp. Unveils New Art Installations

It's called Flight of the Monarchs.

Bill Clinton Campaigns in Michigan for Democrats

Just a week after Hillary Clinton campaigned for Democrats in Michigan, her husband came to Flint for the same thing. Former President Bill Clinton endorsed Mark Schauer and Gary Peters. He also everyone to get out and vote.

Governor: Health Workers to Identify, Not Treat Potential Ebola Patients

Governor Rick Snyder and state health leaders met on Wednesday to talk about Michigan's Ebola preparedness. Doctors stress they are ready in case someone with Ebola symptoms walks into the ER, but those patients wouldn't stay in Michigan for treatment.

MSU Students March to Police Station

Dozens of MSU students marched from Beaumont Tower to the East Lansing Police Department Wednesday afternoon.

Jackson Man Sentenced for Armed Robbery, Carjacking

Christopher Dodd of Jackson was sentenced to 17-30 years in prison after tying up two people and robbing a car dealership in January.

UPDATE: Murder-Suicide Shooter Had Criminal Record

Johnnie Conner Jr. had served time for armed robbery, home invasion and drug possession before Tuesday's murder-suicide in Lansing.

Lansing Post Office Holding Job Fair

The U.S. Postal Service is holding a job fair at its Collins Road post office next week in hopes of filling various positions.

Gov. Snyder: Michigan Hospitals Prepared for Potential Ebola Threat

Governor Rick Snyder says Michigan hospitals are prepared to handle any patient potentially infected with the Ebola virus.

Teal Pumpkins for Halloween Help Kids with Food Allergies

You might see a lot of "teal" pumpkins outside homes for Halloween. There's a push this year to paint pumpkins teal to help keep children safe while trick or treating next Friday night around the country and Mid-Michigan.

Ingham County Flu Shot Clinics Delayed until December

There have already been some influenza cases reported in Mid Michigan, which has doctors urging people to get the flu shot.