If personal injury isn't reason enough to stop at red lights soon photo enforced tickets could be. A bill introduced this week would allow local governments to install cameras at red lights and mail tickets to violators.
Posted: 11:47 PM
Man listed in critical condition.
Posted: 10:26 PM
No paychecks after first week back in school.
Posted: 10:23 PM
Some grills do better than others in Consumer Reports' tests.
Posted: 7:57 PM
One woman says conditions in a public housing complex in Lansing is unsafe and a health hazard.
Posted: 7:16 PM
The Boy Scouts have voted to allow openly gay members. It's a move that could divide the organization and families.
Posted: 6:17 PM
Travel Michigan is forecasting another successful summer tourism season for the state with an increase in out-of-state visitors and visitor spending.
Updated: 8:55 PM
Billboards featuring Paige Renkoski and other cold cases will go up in Livingston County
Posted: 2:23 PM
Surveillance pictures and a description of the suspect in bank robbery
Posted: 2:04 PM
Wife says trucker saw bridge collapse in mirror
Updated: 1:13 PM
Senate Judiciary Committee approves immigration legislation that gives a chance at citizenship to millions living in the country illegally.
Posted: 12:56 PM
Detroit museum: City can't sell art to cover debt
Posted: 12:31 PM
Independent Bank in Williamston is robbed at gunpoint Friday morning. The thief has not been caught.
Posted: 12:11 PM
Three suspects broke into house, just outside Charlotte..
Posted: 12:08 PM
Sheriff's Office locates two labs on Thursday.
Updated: 12:43 PM
Meridian Township Police will be on site at Haslett High School all day, after the second bomb threat in only a week. Two students found a note on a bathroom stall that said there would be a bomb at the school today. The school was then put on lock down at 5 o'clock last night.
Posted: 8:29 AM
Council members are not surprised, but upset Mayor Virg Benero vetoed their amendments to the budget.
Updated: 3:58 PM
Four-lane bridge fell into river in Washington state.
Updated: 9:42 AM
News 10 rides along as the Ingham County Parole Office conducts its monthly surprise inspections on parolees.
Updated: 10:01 AM
K-12 schools and public universities expected to get small increases.
Updated: 4:01 PM
Vote applies to scouts, not to scout leaders.
Updated: 10:06 PM
Lansing City Council passed amendments to the mayor's budget on Monday, and by Thursday, the mayor had vetoed all of the changes.
Posted: 6:55 PM
The higher the SPF the better the protection. Right? Not necessarily.
Posted: 5:45 PM
An emotional day in court as a woman accused of killing her 27-day-old daughter has her preliminary hearing.
Updated: 3:59 PM
Obama says his administration will consider accepting increased oversight of drone strikes.
Posted: 3:52 PM
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