Most MSU graduates have jobs lined up

It's the moment that college seniors have all been waiting for, graduation.

Prep for I-94 bridge project begins Monday

There's a price to pay for better roads and bridges. Starting Monday, drivers in Jackson County will see more orange barrels. MDOT will be starting stage one of it's I-94 bridge project; but says drivers shouldn't expect too much of an impact.

Think Safety While Using Your Lawnmower

Lawnmowers can be dangerous. Be sure to take precautions to keep you and your family safe.

Free cat & dog adoptions Saturday May 7 at Mid-Michigan animal shelters

Saturday is a great day to adopt a new furry friend. Cat and dog adoptions will be free at both the Capital Area Humane Society and Ingham County Animal Control Shelter.

Freebies for moms on Mother's Day: Free Admission to Lansing's Potter Park Zoo, Free meal at Hooter's

Restaurants across Mid-Michigan are saluting moms with deals and freebies.

Former Eaton County Sheriff's Corrections Officer sentenced for stealing from inmates

A man hired to keep watch over inmates will now be locked up with them. Former Eaton County Corrections officer, Allan Coker, was sentenced to 30 days in jail Thursday for stealing from inmates.

Report: Child told Paterno of sex abuse in 1976

Court papers reveal a bombshell about how long Joe Paterno knew there were sexual allegations against Jerry Sandusky.

GM recalls trucks and SUVs for poorly welded suspension components

A poorly welded upper control arm might separate from its bushing, which can greatly affect a driver's ability to steer.

People Aren't Signing Up For A Potentially Life-Saving 911 System

There's a way to help first responders save your home or your life in an emergency. It's a free system that sends important information to police and firefighters when you call 911.

Regulating E-Cigs

The Feds announce a landmark move to protect the public health of the nation. Sweeping new rules regulating all tobacco related products, which includes e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah tobacco and pipe tobacco

I-94 Construction Alert

An orange barrel alert will slow traffic on one of Mid-Michigan's busiest highways.

Police Make a Marijuana Bust

A routine traffic stop in Somerset Township ends in a drug bust.

Snyder talks about President's visit

A chorus of boos and hisses greeted Snyder in Flint yesterday. Today, he's saying it didn't surprise him.

Board of Commissioners looking at plans for new jail in Lansing

No one argues the Lansing City Hall jail needs a new home. Right now, it's located in City Hall, which the Mayor wants to sell. But, before anything can happen, the Board of Commissioners will review suggestions tonight from outside consultants.

Aeropostale files for bankruptcy, plans to close 2 Mid-Michigan stores

Clothing retailer Aeropostale has filed for bankruptcy.

BWL recovering from cyber attack

Almost all web-based customer service has been restored.

King Kong headed to Universal Orlando this summer

Looking for a real thrill this summer? Are you brave enough to face King Kong? Universal Studios in Orlando Florida is rolling out the much talked about 3D ride this summer.

Buzz over Cedar Point's "Valravn" coaster

There's plenty of hype about Cedar Point's new roller coaster. Its called "Valravn" and it has people anxious to get on board.

Listeria prompts recall of dozens of brands of frozen vegetables sold at Walmart and other stores

A Pasco, Washington, company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people.

Michigan House votes to pay Detroit school debt without Dems

After 15 hours of mostly private meetings, the Michigan House approved a $500 million restructuring plan for the ailing Detroit Public Schools.

Abuse victim speaks out after sentencing

On Tuesday, we showed you the sentencing of the dentist once convicted of 15 sexual assault charges who was set free on just one child abuse charge and time served. Tonight, we're digging deeper to find out how the life of one of his victims has changed since the abuse.

Lansing Schools putting $120 million bond spending plan together

Lots of changes are coming to Lansing schools after voters approved a $120 million bond on Tuesday.

Michigan moms are demanding change

With Mother's Day on Sunday, a group of moms marched to the Capitol to ask lawmakers why they're being ignored.

President Obama drinks Flint water during visit

President sips filtered water during meeting with officials.

UPDATE - Second man charged in shooting of pregnant Lansing woman

A second man has been charged in a shooting that wounded a pregnant Lansing woman.