We've heard it before, Governor Snyder is considering running for President. But, this time the rumor may have some truth to it. Aides tell the Associated Press, a fund has been created to help the Governor travel the country to talk about Michigan's turn-around. It's called "Making Government Accountable." Experts had a lot to say about it.
The girl is listed in critical but stable condition.
A 25-year-old Lansing man was shot and killed on the 3400 block of N. Waverly Rd. early Saturday morning.
Police were called to 3400 block of North Waverly Road Saturday morning after reports of shots fire
Just when you thought the cost of college couldn't get more expensive, it just keeps rising. Students at Michigan State University will be paying $320 more to live on campus next year.
A new way to recover a lost phone for android users.
What would you said if we told you, you might be paying too much in property taxes? Turns out -- Ingham County's Health Service Millage passed by voters in November is bringing in more money than necessary.
A manager at a Dearborn Heights "Save-a-Lot" store is being called a hero.
People of all ages are celebrating science at Michigan State University's Science Festival.
Mitchelle Blair is accused of assaulting her cell mate.
Being a student at Michigan State University keeps getting more expensive. On Friday the board of trustees approved a 3.5 increase in room and board rates for the 2015-2016 academic year.
The Whites Bridge Historical Society hopes to get started on construction next spring after raising money through several fundraisers, donations and a matching grant from MDOT.
After five years, Waverly Middle School is finally off the "lowest performing list". Waverly was one of 27 schools statewide taken off this list.
Jackson County Sheriff's Office is asking for help with cold case from 1986.
Cyber security experts sounding the alarm about a spike in cyber crimes. Experts say more people are being held hostage on their computers by online criminals.
A University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting took a violent turn Thursday night
The city of Lansing is turning to the community in hopes of building a new sports field
It's up to the state house to take up a bill that changes Michigan's No Fault Auto Insurance Law.
If you were in accident how would first responders know who to contact?
So far so good for the state's new standardized test
The team had a spectacular first year in the National Premier Soccer League.
As loud as it is, not everyone can hear that tornado siren, like those with hearing problems, including the elderly. Plus, a backup, like an emergency alert text message, might not be received if they're not tech-savvy.
Did you hear the tornado siren today at 2 p.m.? The statewide drill was part of "Severe Weather Awareness Week." And, local counties chose the time for Thursday's test for a reason.
No matter which way you go, some drivers will have several minutes tacked onto their daily commute starting Monday. That's when MDOT gets to work on the I-96 US 127 interchange. It has an official detour, but some drivers are considering other ways to get around.
The famed "Sparty" statue on the campus of Michigan State University was painted blue, with a yellow "M" across the statue's chest overnight.