Lugnuts Honor WWII Veteran

He served overseas, worked for the national guard and US Army and threw at the first pitch at Friday night's Lugnuts game.

Memorial Day Events in Mid-Michigan

Several parades and ceremonies are scheduled throughout the day on Monday.

Crime Watch: Have You Seen This Man?

Lansing police are hoping you can help them find this man. He has a warrant out for kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment.

House's Road Funding Plan Would Cut Money From "Pure Michigan" Campaign

A House road funding plan would cut money from "Pure Michigan", and business groups are not happy about it.

Police Warn Drivers to Be Safe on the Roads This Holiday Weekend

Police will be out in full force Memorial Day weekend. They're looking for people who are speeding, drunk driving and not wearing their seat belts and advise you to be safe while traveling.

Williamston Students Perform at State Capitol

The high school and middle school jazz bands gave a concert.

Former Jackson Teacher Charged Over Text Messages

He faces two felonies.

Meat Prices Expected to Keep Climbing

Planning a backyard cookout this Memorial Day weekend, don't be surprised if you pay more at the checkout line. Prices for some foods like beef and poultry products are rising, and experts say these record high prices won't be going away anytime soon.

Memorial Day Brings a Perfect Storm for Tourism Jump

Nice weather and low gas prices mean more people are expected to travel for Memorial Day Weekend. And, the tourism industry is calling it the perfect storm.

Man Sentenced In Lansing Sex-Trafficking Ring

Christopher Bryant was sentenced to 40 years in prison

Three-time War Vet to be Honored at Lugnuts Game

Retired Col. Gilbert G. Holmes is a veteran of World War II, the Korean and Vietnam wars.

Man Linked to Blackman Township Death and Strong Arm Robbery

A man linked to a suspicious death in Blackman Township is in custody on a separate matter.

Police Check On Toddler's Suspicious Death

21-month-old baby's death under investigation.

UPDATE - Potter Park Zoo Re-Opens After Gas Leak

A gas leak shut down Potter Park zoo Friday afternoon, the zoo re-opened after crews from Consumers Energy repaired a damaged line.

Crash Takes Out Power Pole, 1 Hurt

A crash on Lansing's south side sends one person to the hospital and a power pole crashing to the ground.

Toy House Celebrates 66th Birthday

A popular toy store in downtown Jackson is gearing up for a big celebration. "The Toy House" turns 66, and to mark the occasion, it's throwing a big party at the store.

Cascades Grand Reopening Saturday

The grand re-opening of the Cascades in Jackson is on tap for this weekend. Folks can finally get a look inside the falls and take in the fireworks.

Finding Relief from Allergies

Now it's tree allergy season, next comes grass and weeds.

Flatbed Carrying Lumber Rolls Over in Roundabout

No one hurt but traffic was forced to detour.

Federal Government Wants to Take Over Takata Air Bag Recall

The Federal government wants to take over the Takata airbag recall to speed things up.

Red Cross Volunteers Practice Emergency Shelter Set Up

Red Cross volunteers kept their skills sharp by setting up a mock emergency shelter in Lansing Thursday.

Domestic Violence Charges Against Ray Rice Dropped

Domestic violence charges have been dropped against former Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice.

Bikers Donate Thousands of Books to Local School

It was a surprise.

Lawmakers Agree on $400 million for Roads in Proposed Budget

Michigan's crumbling roads could see a boost in funding if lawmakers get their way. In a little over a week, lawmakers will vote on the final numbers for next year's budget. In early talks, they've okayed a plan to put $400 million into roads.

How to Protect Against Canine Flu

Veterinarians say there's no cause for alarm just yet, after the canine flu has been confirmed in Michigan.