Giving Back at the Microbrew Festival

The Lansing Microbrew and Music Festival is wrapping up Saturday night, but event organizers have promised not to trash the town.

Slow-motion Landslide in Wyoming

No one can say when the mountainside collapsing into this Wyoming resort town will give way.

US Considering Military Exercises in Eastern Europe

A Western official says the United States is considering deploying about 150 soldiers for military exercises to begin in Poland and Estonia in the next few weeks.

Small Plane Crash

Authorities say a small plane crashed in a Michigan farm field, killing the pilot and his passenger.

Microbrews Becoming Big Business

It's the first of its kind -- Lansing is hosting its very own Microbrew and Music Festival at Adado Riverfront Park. It opened Friday night with 2,000 people testing more than 300 craft beers, meads, wines, and ciders.

Autism Program "Links" Students With Students

A program at Holt High School is making a real difference in the lives of students with autism and other students as well.

Meridian Shoplifters On the Loose

Three women believed to be shoplifters are still at large.

Lt. Governor to Run in Boston Marathon

Will run as part of a charity team.

Blood Drive Held for Teen Cancer Patient

Grace Bushey thanks Sparrow staff for all their support.

Volkswagen Recalls Cars Over Transmission Fluid Leak

Leak could cause a fire in some 2014 models.

LET'S HUNT: Easter Egg Hunts on Tap This Weekend

They are scheduled for Saturday.

Gov. Snyder's Approval Ratings Improve

That's according to the latest State of the State survey.

Schauer Turns in Signatures to Run for Governor

The democratic candidate handed in 27,000 petition signatures Friday.

Redevelopment to Give a Boost to Low-Income Housing in Lansing

A $15 million renovation to the Abigail Building in north Lansing is helping fill a big need for affordable housing in Lansing.

Mobile Food Pantry Set for Saturday

If you're struggling to feed your family, make plans to be up early Saturday.

Mid-Michigan Communities Begin Flushing Programs

People living in two mid-Michigan communities will want to take a look at their water before doing laundry next week.

Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital Cuts 25 Staff Positions

As part of a plan to reduce expenses, Hayes Green Beach has notified 25 workers their jobs are being eliminated.

Victim in Fatal Motorcycle Accident Identified

A man driving a motorcycle was killed when he collided with a car at the corner of Miller Road and Sommerset in Lansing, Thursday night.

Thousands Say Goodbye, Celebrate Lacey

Lacey Holsworth is gone, but her love and infectious smile will be touching lives for years to come.

Comcast Fixes Lines in Shaw Park

News 10 investigated downed lines after neighbors complained.

Lansing to Build Housing on the Former Campus of the School for the Blind

Developer will spend $15 million on project.

Part of Holmes Road in Lansing to Close for Construction

Work starts Monday, April 21.

Snyder Says State Will Help Detroit out of Bankruptcy

State aid likely depends on willingness of pension funds to accept benefit cuts.

Pink Week Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

More than 1,000 pink ribbons were put up around downtown Lansing Thursday.

Tough Race Ahead for Gubernatorial Candidates

As November gets closer, Michigan candidates for Governor, Rick Snyder (R) and Mark Schauer (D), are getting their messages to voters ready.