Updated: 8:07 PM If at first you don't succeed, try try again. That seems to be the strategy among school districts when it comes to millages. Nearly a dozen of them in Ingham, Eaton, Clinton and Jackson Counties are asking voters for more money on Tuesday's ballot. While some of the millages were voted down in November -- some districts are hoping voters will have a change of heart this time around.
Posted: 6:53 PM If the water gets much higher, the road into one Mid-Michigan town will be gone. The city of Alma is experiencing serious flooding. It's so bad that 180 people have been evacuated. School was canceled. News Ten's Brian Johnson reports it's the worst flooding the city has had in nearly three decades.
Updated: 12:15 AM April showers bring May construction--at least they on campus. MSU is gearing up for a busy season with several projects in the works. News 10's Brian Johnson reports while the upgrades are welcomed, not everyone is excited to see a piece of history disappear.
Posted: 5:17 PM Autism training is helping police and parents deal with serious situations with more ease.
Updated: 12:10 AM By this time next month several students from Stockbridge will be taking class in the Pacific Ocean.
Updated: 11:30 PM The East Lansing Public School District has a $5.3 million proposed Technology, Security, and Communication Bond on the ballot.
Updated: 5:56 PM St. Johns Middle School Vice Principal Bryan Purves has been put on administrative leave for an incident possibly involving a student.
Updated: 11:50 PM Local wrestlers aren't letting their dreams of making it be influenced by news the sport could be dropped from the Olympic Games.
Updated: 12:02 AM Some republican lawmakers think guns should be allowed in schools, and have re-introduced a bill that would allow teachers to carry concealed firearms.
Updated: 6:21 PM We've all been there before, taken a class in high school or college only to find out later in life it did nothing to prepare you for your career. Now businesses and schools are trying to do something about it.
Updated: 5:21 PM Soon there are going to be a lot more of orange barrels on MSU campus. The University Board green-lighted the second half of a big project that will take place at the busiest part of campus, the IM Circle.
Updated: 5:52 PM After a student at Central Michigan University was kidnapped, raped and almost killed after leaving a basketball game this week, students at MSU say they feel "pretty safe."