Community leaders of Perry are considering a public stance against new gun control laws.
Updated: 12:52 AM
Eaton County Sheriff's Department is investigating a shooting in the Meijer parking lot on West Saginaw in Delta Township.
Updated: 1:41 PM
A former Detroit teacher is on the verge of losing his home after suffering a brain injury.
Updated: 10:26 AM
Two Southwest Airlines planes struck each other while leaving adjacent gates at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Posted: 5:28 PM
Police say a man was shot and killed and another wounded at a birthday party in Grand Rapids.
Posted: 4:59 PM
Some students at Marysville Middle School had their heads shaved to raise money for cancer research.
Posted: 4:55 PM
The Lansing School District and the union have reached a tentative contract.
Updated: 1:41 PM
Those 70-degree days last March were a disaster for farmers, but this year might be different.
Posted: 10:11 PM
Pleads "no contest" after 17 dogs and two cats found in her home.
Posted: 9:47 PM
The Lansing Financial Health team made a recommendation to ask BWL customers to pay more in order to free up money in the general fund.
Updated: 6:49 PM
It's been one year since Dexter was devastated by an EF-3 tornado, and the small community reflected on how things have changed.
Updated: 11:41 AM
Jackson County Community College campuses are locked down briefly, after a former student made threats over the phone. Investigators contacted the former student and say the threat was not credible.
Posted: 4:37 PM
16,000 school-aged people in Michigan have autism.
Updated: 2:51 PM
Bill requires drug tests for welfare recipients
Posted: 2:06 PM
The chairman of a northern Michigan Indian tribe has presided over the marriage of two men after signing a bill authorizing same-sex marriage.
Updated: 1:37 PM
The Republican governor will hold an economic summit Tuesday and Wednesday at Detroit's Cobo Center
Posted: 1:26 PM
Royal Oak's human rights ordinance that would make it illegal to discriminate based on sexual orientation and a number of other factors is on hold.
Posted: 10:05 AM
Local pubs are preparing for the St. Patrick's Day rush. Claddagh Irish Pub is expecting a crowd of 4,000 on Sunday. News 10's Amanda Malkowski visited Claddagh and learned how to properly pour a Guinness.
Updated: 8:40 AM
Lansing City Council hasn't seen the full report yet, but they're ready to discuss the Financial Health Team's recommendations.
Updated: 9:32 AM
EPA worried some oil in the river bottom may drift downstream.
Posted: 10:24 PM
Consumer Reports tested more than 50.
Updated: 10:07 PM
According to a MSU report, cities across Michigan are struggling to pay for the unfunded legacy costs of retiree healthcare benefits.
Updated: 10:05 PM
The Financial Health Committee is recommending selling city property, including City Hall, to raise money.
Updated: 10:08 PM
Revenue is down while costs are up.
Updated: 10:09 PM
It could be called a blueprint for saving Lansing. An unprecedented plan for rescuing the capitol city from almost certain financial collapse.
Updated: 10:07 AM
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