Posted: 02/16/2006 - The Department of Human Services is under fire, following questions about their handling of the Ricky Holland case. Now, the governor says this budget must fund more staff for DHS, or else.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - A federal jury this week convicted brothers Lionel and Thomas Beard of leading a major drug syndicate based right here in Lansing. Lansing Police officials say the Beard drug ring was large enough to import heroin directly to Lansing.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - The estate of a Ford heir has donated paintings worth millions.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - The Motor City is being considered as a host city for the 2008 Republican National Convention.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - State lawmakers have taken a step toward notifying state residents when sex offenders move into their zip code.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Lawmakers can not agree on whether to order mandatory prescription cost coverage for female birth control devices and pills.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Claude McCollum found guilty of killing Lansing Community College professor Carolyn Kronenberg.
Updated: 02/14/2006 - A new survey, from Epic MRA and WXYZ-TV in Detroit, shows most Michigan residents -- and most Michigan parents -- support new, tougher graduation requirements.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - If the customer is always right, a local restaurant is in some legal trouble. Dave Durbin, of East Lansing, filed suit Monday against Carrabba's Italian Grill. He came down with norovirus after eating at the Delta Township restaurant more than two weeks ago.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - News 10 has obtained details that were not available to the media regarding evidence in the Ricky Holland media case.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - Gas prices are down an average of 12 cents a gallon around the state.
Posted: 02/12/2006 - A group of people from around the area took a dive into some icy waters, all to raise money for charity.
Posted: 02/10/2006 - An Ingham County traffic stop lead authorities to a stash of pipe bombs, guns, knives and meth making material.
Posted: 02/10/2006 - The EDS call center in Lansing is closing, leaving 220 Mid-Michigan residents without jobs over the next six months.
Posted: 02/10/2006 - More than 300 GM employees at the Lansing Metal Fabrication Center will be laid off as of Monday, when they will report to GM's Jobs Bank program. All will be paid for a 40-hour workweek while in the program.