The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce welcomed Carl Tannenbaum, Chief Economist of Standard Federal Bank as part of their annual economic forum.
Updated: 6:10 PM
Pro animal rights groups are convinced that Rep. Susan Tabor is on a mission to remove lawmakers from the game of deciding which animals can be hunted in Michigan.
Updated: 1:35 PM
Two red shirt freshman Michigan State Football players are arraigned on charges they were in possession of a dangerous chemical compound. MSU police say the two wide receivers played a role in detonating so called McGuyver or home made bombs.
Updated: 9:17 AM
A federal grant is expected to help eliminate substandard housing in Lansing.
Updated: 9:49 PM
A study released by "Michigan's Children," a children's advocacy group, reports surprising disparities between healthcare for Caucasian children and healthcare for Black and Hispanic children.
Updated: 7:46 PM
The controversy continues as a hearing is held to discuss proposed legislation that would green light installation of the Wolverine Pipeline on Lansing's south side.
Updated: 7:49 PM
Lansing Police say the number of thefts from cars has risen dramatically, and the crime is preventable.
Updated: 6:08 PM
A report just released says the gap is along racial lines.
Updated: 12:13 PM
Richard Headlee, who ran for governor and campaigned on limited government spending, has died.
Updated: 12:11 PM
Alcohol poisoning cases prompt small college administrators to take action against campus alcohol consumption.
Updated: 12:10 PM
After four years of not allowing students from outside the area to participate in the schools of choice program the DeWitt School Board voted 5 to 2 in favor of it.
Updated: 9:01 AM
Critics claim the US government is using a backdoor draft to boost military numbers.
Updated: 9:55 AM
LCC's new facility is home to an alternative energy program and equipment to advance old programs into a digital age.
Updated: 7:47 PM
A fourth grade classroom window at Holt's Horizon Elementary School is damaged, and thousands of dollars worth of computer related equipment are gone.
Updated: 7:50 PM
The man once known as the "Doctor of Death" says his health is failing quickly, and he is hoping that Governor Granholm will release him from prison.
Updated: 3:26 PM
A small plane crashed into a neighborhood near Detroit City Airport. The two people aboard survived. At least two homes burn.
Updated: 3:12 PM
Even though applications to MSU were down this year, the freshman class is larger than last year.
Updated: 12:29 PM
The interim Prime Minister of Iraq has declared a state of emergency for the next 60 days.
Updated: 7:51 AM
Mt. Hope Road facility home to technical programs that will prepare a new kind of Michigan worker
Updated: 2:57 PM
Do holiday decorations actually make shoppers buy more?
Updated: 6:25 PM
After their contract expired on Halloween, health care professionals at Sparrow Hospital have authorized a strike vote in the event a deal cannot be reached.
Updated: 7:14 AM
You know the grade, but do you know what was done to get it and what else is happening in the classroom to try to achieve adequate yearly progress?
Updated: 7:16 AM
The Food and Drug Administration is creating a new system to better regulate supplements.
Updated: 6:07 PM
The University of Michigan has announced a $46 million expansion to its art and archaeology museums.
Updated: 10:29 AM
Central Michigan University students are racing against the clock hoping to find an alligator spotted earlier in a farm pond near Mt. Pleasant.
Updated: 10:20 AM
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