I-96 bridge construction update

The holiday weekend is coming to a close Monday and that means construction crews will soon be back at work. The Michigan Department of Transportation prepped for the holiday by shifting lanes of traffic on I-96.

Hit-and-run victim recovering at home

The little boy who survived a hit-and-run last Monday is thanking everyone for their support as he recovers from his injuries. We sat down with him today to talk about what it's been like since getting out of the hospital.

Mid-Michigan pauses to remember Memorial Day

People across Michigan paused today to remember men and women who gave their lives for our freedom.

Fireworks spark few complaints overnight

We're over a month away from the Fourth of July, and already local police are dealing with some fireworks complaints from overnight. But, they tell us it has been relatively quiet.

Memorial Day events across Mid-Michigan

On this Memorial Day in Mid-Michigan, numerous events are being held to mark the occasion, and honor lives lost.

Lansing Police investigate shots fired through apartment floor

Lansing Police responded to a south side apartment, after a second floor resident says gunshots were fired through his floor.

Cristo Rey holds annual fiesta

Tens of thousand of people came to Lansing to attend the Cristo Rey fiesta, what could they do there? What were their reactions? Topher Lane has the story.

Jackson Police investigating Saturday homicide

Police are investigating a homicide in Jackson.

Lansing Fire Department holds memorial service for fallen firefighters

Many might celebrate Memorial Day weekend with barbecues or parties, but it's easy to forget the true meaning behind the national holiday. News 10's Topher Lane shows us how the Lansing Fire Department uses the holiday.

Morning shooting sends one person to the hospital in Jackson

Police are investigating a shooting in Jackson that sent one person to the hospital.

Keeping your yard pest free

Many of us will be outdoors this weekend enjoying the Memorial Weekend but we won't be alone.

MI Community Solar website "Hacked By Mr.Ferksh"

If you were thinking about signing up with MI Community Solar you might want to wait until their website's been fixed.

Cristo Rey Fiesta

A little taste of Mexico made its way to Lansing. The annual "Cristo Rey Fiesta" kicked off Friday night.

Legionella Warning

Even before the disaster in Flint the number of cases of legionnaires' disease had been rising in Michigan for the last few years.

Hot Car Warning

With the recent warm weather it only takes a few minutes for the temperature inside a car to become "lethally hot".

Community Unhappy With Strip Club Targeting New Grads

People in Clare County's Harrison are not happy about the marquee on a strip club.

Services planned for those who served the country and community

Throughout Memorial Day Weekend, we honor the men and women who lost their lives serving not only the country, but also our community. Two services are planned in Lansing Saturday - one for members of the armed forces and one for members of the fire department.

South Lansing Credit Union Target Of Another Robbery

Lansing Police are investigating a report of yet another robbery at the Lake Trust Credit Union in south Lansing.

New superbug hits the US

A new superbug unlike any other has hit the US. What does it mean for mid-Michigan, and how will it affect you?

UPDATE: Some Stolen Art Recovered from E.L. Art Fest

6 of 11 pieces of art reported stolen form the East Lansing Art Festival last weekend have been recovered.

Lawsuit Filed Against Lansing School District

A former student of Eastern High School is suing the Lansing School DIstrict over their response to a sexual assault in 2014.

Man in critical condition after one vehicle accident

An accident this morning has shut down southbound Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Lansing.

Obama speaks at Hiroshima Memorial

President Obama is making history this morning, speaking in the city of Hiroshima, Japan. He is the first sitting U.S. President to visit the site, where in 1945, the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb.

Everett high school band heading to D.C. for Memorial Day Parade

Members of the Everett High School band are heading off to Washington, D.C.

Local Memorial Day parades and services

Local Memorial Day parades and services.