Lugnuts Hire Game Day Staff

The Lansing Lugnuts looked to hire hundreds of people today at its annual job fair.

Cold Weather Freeze Water Lines

Mid-Michigan may be in store for a record breaking number of frozen water lines.

Meijer Apologizes for Down Systems

Meijer apologizes for down credit and debit card network.

BWL Responds to Frozen Water Lines

Are you have problems with frozen pipes?

Lansing Lugnuts Job Fair Today

There are hundreds of jobs to fill for the spring and summer seasons with the Lansing Lugnuts - and today is your chance to apply.

Mid-Michigan Walks For Warmth

There is plenty going on in Mid-Michigan on Saturday.

New Plans for the Rails

A study will look at connecting Lansing to the rest of the state through passenger rails.

DNR Appealing Decision to Put Gray Wolf on Endangered Species List

The Department of Natural Resources is appealing the decision to put the gray wolf back on the endangered species list.

Southbound Lane of US-127 Closed Saturday for Construction

A traffic alert for Jackson County drivers: One lane of Southbound US-127 will be closed Saturday from nine AM to four PM near West Avenue as crews install temporary bridge supports.

Good Form Walking Clinic On Tap for Next Week

It could prevent you from being injured and give you more energy.

Cooley Law School Stadium Renovations On Schedule

They are expected to be done by Opening Day.

Corrections Officer Training Academics Could Cut Costs

Dealing with shortages in corrections officers, the state is taking another step to fix that. Next month it's reinstating its state-funded training academy, which was farmed out to community colleges less than two years ago. The department hopes it will help cut costs in the long run.

UPDATE: Card Readers Working Again at Meijer Stores

Problem affected stores company wide.

Allegiant Air Leaves Lansing Airport

Allegiant Air has eliminated their service from Lansing, after more than nine years of doing so. It's not the first time the airline has pulled a flight as ridership's been dropping over the years. But this move is raising questions about the viability of Capital Region International Airport.

Higher Property Values Might Hurt City

As you get your property assessments in the mail you might notice the value of your home has gone up, and with it your property taxes. But they could have gone up more, and for the city that's a loss in needed revenue.

Meijer Stores Having Problems Processing Card Payments

Meijer stores are experiencing problems processing debit and credit card payments

Woman Charged in Boyfriend's Fatal Stabbing

Dawn Dixon-Bey is charged with open murder in the stabbing death of her boyfriend Gregory Stack. The stabbing took place February 14 at a home in Jackson.

Controversy over Ballot Wording

Not everyone is happy with the wording the State Board of Canvassers chose today for Proposal one on the May 5th ballot.

Consumers Energy Looking for Source of Gas Leak in South Lansing

Crews checking for cause of leak on Sunnyside Avenue.

Detroit Man Jumps From Balcony to Save Himself from Fire

A man jumped from his second story balcony when his apartment caught fire Thursday morning to save himself and his daughters.

Investigation into Cause of Leslie House Fire

Investigators are looking into an early morning house fire in Leslie Township.

Sparrow Hospital Unveils New Heart Procedure

It's the only hospital in mid-Michigan using it.

MDOT Must Clear Trees Before Interchange Work Begins

It is reworking the I-96, U.S. 23 interchange.

Fighting Off Those Winter Blues

If the frigid temperatures and the snow are making you not want to get out of bed, you're not alone. But, psychiatrists say getting out and active is the best way to fight off the winter blues.

Troy Company Tests Bullet Proof Hat

It's aimed at police officers.