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Updated: 11:09 PM
An emergency official says about 50 to 60 people were injured after car drove into a group of hikers at a parade in a small Virginia town.
Posted: 7:49 PM
Police have arrested a man suspected in two assaults on Western Michigan University's campus.
Posted: 7:43 PM
Some residential customers vow to continue battling Michigan's largest utilities over the freedom to not have new electricity meters installed outside their homes.
Posted: 7:41 PM
More than two dozen teachers laid off in the financially troubled Buena Vista Schools district will return to work on Monday.
Posted: 7:38 PM
Three people who bought Mega Millions tickets in Michigan have won $250,000 prizes in the multistate lottery game.
Posted: 7:36 PM
A Grand Rapids nightclub has closed a staircase where three fatal falls have occurred since 2009.
Posted: 7:34 PM
A tiny insect is threatening Michigan's fruit and vegetable crops.
Posted: 7:33 PM
Marking the 86th anniversary of what's still considered the deadliest school tragedy in U.S. history, alum of Bath High School gathered to pay tribute and celebrate the school's legacy.
Updated: 9:17 PM
Police have one woman in custody following an apparent overnight homicide in Jackson.
Posted: 1:40 PM
Eaton County Prosecutors are charging the sister to the car crash that left Brielle Collett brain damaged.
Updated: 3:03 AM
Amtrak cancels New York-to-Boston service indefinitely.
Posted: 10:22 PM
Say a jailhouse confession convinced them to drop manslaughter charge and file open murder.
Updated: 10:20 PM
The biggest Powerball jackpot on record means the lottery is expected to pump more than $778 million into the state's public schools this year.
Updated: 2:58 AM
Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center in association with community partners on Saturday will present the 11th annual "Heads Up for Safety" head injury prevention event for Lansing-area kids.
Updated: 4:45 PM
A bill would allow Michigan communities more power to ban airborne fireworks.
Posted: 2:01 PM
Some people in Michigan reportedly felt earthquake in Canada
Posted: 1:21 PM
Cascades Park will show off the new lighting and computer system for the Cascade Falls at a special ceremony Memorial Day weekend.
Updated: 3:02 AM
A second top Internal Revenue Service official has announced plans to leave the agency.
Posted: 12:57 PM
A gun control support group is suing a north Georgia town that has a law requiring gun ownership.
Updated: 2:37 PM
The suspect is described as a white male between 18-25 years old. All three victims were MSU students.
Updated: 3:00 AM
Gas prices went up significantly overnight in many Mid-Michigan cities.
Posted: 11:44 AM
Increased prices for Powerball lottery tickets means increased revenue for public schools in the state.
Posted: 11:21 AM
After nearly averaging one violent crime a day for two weeks in Jackson, one neighborhood has had enough.
Updated: 8:34 AM
Distirct doesn't know where it will send high school students next fall.
Updated: 4:04 AM
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