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Jordyn Adams homered and had three hits, driving in two, and Hector Yan allowed just two hits over six innings as the Burlington Bees defeated... [Read More]
Michigan State has fired women's rowing coach Matt Weise. Athletic department spokesman Matt Larson confirmed Friday that athletic director Bill Beekman told Weise... [Read More]
With the summer season in full swing, many kids are out of school and off to summer camps, but that opportunity isn't always available for... [Read More]
A South Haven restaurant is being viewed as the possible source of an outbreak of a gastrointestinal illness. The Michigan Department of Health and Human... [Read More]
Four youth advisory council (YACs) took home awards at the 2019 Youth Grantmakers Summer Leadership Conference, held at Central Michigan University (CMU) in June. The... [Read More]
LANSING, Mich (WLNS)– Promoting patient safety and providing health care needs are just a few of the roles that case managers take on. Tonight they... [Read More]
LANSING, Mich (WLNS)– Police are still searching for a suspect who held someone at gunpoint and robbed them at the Timber Lakes& Stonehedge Apartments. Police... [Read More]
Griffin Conine hit a two-run home run and had two hits, driving in three as the Lansing Lugnuts beat the Burlington Bees 5-4 on Thursday. [Read More]
Grand opening of facility in Ironwood expected to generate investment of $4.3 million, create 61 jobs John Wiesbrock, executive VP of Waupaca Foundry, presents Jeff Mason,... [Read More]
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)– An internal investigation was launched by the Lansing Police Department after an officer allegedly made some racist comments on the job. The... [Read More]
Michigan regulators announced Thursday a cut in marijuana licensing fees for prospective business owners living in 19 cities whose residents were disproportionately impacted by the... [Read More]
Michigan's top election official is seeking public input on proposed application language and eligibility guidelines for people wanting to sit on a new commission that... [Read More]
Michigan is cutting licensing fees for would-be marijuana business in 19 cities whose residents were disproportionately impacted by the drug war. The state's Marijuana... [Read More]
East meets West at a special Lingenfelter Cars & Coffee weekend, July 20 and 21. Car enthusiasts start each summer weekend enjoying auto "show and... [Read More]
A Michigan man has pleaded no contest to child abuse for allegedly punishing his five children with whippings and confinement in a dark, locked bedroom... [Read More]
As summer temperatures climb to some of the highest readings so far this year, the Michigan Public Service Commission is offering practical tips to help... [Read More]
Kevin Maitan scored on a wild pitch and Spencer Griffin scored on a groundout in the fifth inning, leading the Burlington Bees to a 3-2... [Read More]
When the weather heats up most people have their own remedies to stay cool. "I try to go swimming," Lansing area resident Michael Lane said.... [Read More]
The Michigan Supreme Court is considering the legality of Republican lawmakers' unprecedented maneuver to significantly scale back minimum wage increases and paid sick leave requirements... [Read More]
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has named an energy-efficiency leader to join Michigan's commission that regulates utilities and telecommunication providers. Tremaine Phillips's appointment to the... [Read More]
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