Safety a Priority at Tough Mudder

It's a 10-12 mile obstacle course filled with dirt, fire, and shock value.

Thieves With Guns Rob Pharmacy

Men took medications from Walgreens; police release descriptions of theives.

Jackson Sunsets Promise Zone Status, Moves Ahead with New Scholarships

The Jackson community is no longer a state "promise zone," after coming up $2 million short of its funding goals.

Sunny Start to Fall Season

Most of the week ahead will be sunny with temperatures in the 70s.

Yemen's Prime Minister Resigns

Yemen's Prime Minister steps down as fighting rages on.

GM Issues Another Recall

GM is recalling more than 200,000 cars in latest recall.

Bomb kills 3 near Egypt foreign ministry

Security officials say a roadside bomb went off in Cairo.

Afghan presidential candidates sign unity deal

Afghanistan's two presidential candidates have signed a power-sharing deal.

SpaceX launches 3-D printer, other station gear

A SpaceX cargo ship is rocketing toward the International Space Station

Chrysler Recalls Nearly 189,000 SUVs

Chrysler is recalling nearly 189,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos.

Fifth Grader Who Brought Gun to School Faces Charges

The fifth-grader who brought a loaded gun to school earlier this week is being charged.

Enterovirus: Should You be Worried?

Caution and prevention can make all the difference.

How Doctors are Preparing for Enterovirus Patients

Enterovirus has hit mid-Michigan. What you need to know on News10 at 6 p.m.

Turkey: 49 hostages have been freed

Turkish primer minister says hostages have been freed.

Tough Mudder Returns to Michigan

The Tough Mudder obstacle course returns to Michigan September 20-21.

City of Lansing's Human Resource Director Retiring

Terri Taylor is one of Mayor Virg Bernero's original cabinet members.

Cold Case Conference in Howell

Investigators from across the state gathered to share information

Parachute Team Practices Spartan Stadium Jump

All-women team will land in the stadium during the national anthem.

City Calls Life O'Riley Clean-Up Plan 'Disappointing'

Less than two hours before a 4:30 p.m. deadline, the Life O'Riley mobile home park submitted a clean-up plan to the City of Lansing. Anthony Sabella looks at why the city says it isn't enough.

GOP Ready to Set Primary Date

Michigan Republicans lost more than half their national convention delegates because they held it too early in 2012.

UPDATE: Crash on I-96 Proves Fatal

A Lansing woman was killed in a roll-over crash Friday afternoon.

Lansing Mayor Tries to Establish City as a Global Player

Leaders from around the world celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Lansing Regional Sister Cities Commission.

High School Athletes Down for Third Straight Year

Athletic participation is declining in Michigan, which the athletic association says is thanks to a decline in the student population.

Fact Checking: Political Ads on Education Spending

Governor Snyder says he cut a billion dollars from schools, but an opposing ad says he added that much. So, who's telling the truth?

Identity Released of Teen Killed in Thursday Crash

Police have released the name of the woman killed early Thursday morning in a car accident on US-127.