Co-Conspirators Sentenced in Jet's Pizza Robbery

Domingo and Tara Vallejo helped plan robbery in which employees were beaten with a rifle.

Meth Lab Components Found in House in Lansing

Deputies found equipment while arresting woman on a probation violation.

GM Not Commenting on Reports That Acadia Production Will Move

Auto insiders expect production to move to Spring Hill, Tennessee in 2016.

Michigan's Minimum Wage Increases

Michigan's minimum wage goes up on Monday.

Roads Closed for Road Work

Road work taking place until October.

Teachers Paying More Out Of Pocket For Supplies

School budgets are tight and many teachers are paying for classroom supplies themselves. Every year teachers dig into their own pockets and it's starting to add up.

Lawmakers Pass Wolf Hunt Bill

The Scientific Fish and Wildlife Act will render two other ballot initiatives moot this November.

Local Road Departments Hit With Skyrocketing Salt Prices

With just less than a month of summer left, local road departments are already worrying about winter, thanks to a massive increase in salt prices.

Teachers Spending Own Money For Supplies

Teachers are shelling out more of their paychecks to pay for basic school supplies, costs many school districts use to cover.

Critics of Wolf Hunitng Protest At Capitol

State House may vote on measure that would allow a commission to decide whether to schedule wolf hunting seasons.

School Watch Program Launches

The first day of school is less than a week away-- and the City of Lansing is teaming up with the Lansing School District to make neighborhoods safe for students.

Crossing Guards Get Training Ahead of School Year

It is state-mandated.

Family Escapes Condo Fire

Firefighters put it out before it spread to any other units.

Tar Spill Shuts Down DeWitt's Clark Road

It has since reopened.

Blight Affecting Tomato Plants Across The State

Wondering why your garden hasn't been doing well this year? It may be because of a disease that's caused by all the wet weather we've had. It's taking a toll on a lot of people's tomato plants, and once a plant has it-- you can't save it.

Storm Knocks Out Power to Thousands

Thousands of people lost power as lines were broken around mid-Michigan in Tuesday afternoon's fast-moving storm.

Undercover Cops Stopping Distracted Drivers

The Meridian Township Police Department is using a new, undercover tactic to crack down on distracted drivers.

More Than 1,000 Turn Out to Lansing Job Fair

Job seekers went after 50 vacant city positions at Lansing's first-ever job fair, Tuesday.

Road Closed Near Potter Park Zoo

Pennsylvania Avenue is completely shut down due to flooding.

Meridian PD Cracking Down on Distracted Driving

Meridian Township police are taking a new approach to cracking down on distracted drivers, but chances are, you'll never know it until you're caught.

Attempted Strong-Armed Robbery on MSU Campus

Two students held up outside dormitory.

Missing Marshall Teen Found

14 year old Hannah Marie Amaro was found safe in Atlanta Tuesday evening.

UPDATE: Woman Found Dead in Car in Hillsdale

A 50-year-old woman from Lenawee County is discovered dead in a vehicle in Hillsdale. The car was parked on Hillsdale College campus, but police do not believe at this time she had a connection to the school.

City of Lansing Job Fair Tuesday

Looking for a job? The City of Lansing is hiring during its first ever job fair today.

Deadline for Teacher's Right to Work Decision Almost Here

The clock is ticking. Michigan teachers have until Sunday to decide if they're going to remain in their union - or opt out.