Malcolm X’s legacy continues to live on, not only in the Capitol area but around the world.
What qualifications does a potential candidate need before they officially file?
As February comes to a close, the Lansing Police Department has already investigated half of the amount of homicides they typically see in a…
The cold temperatures didn’t stop Lansing locals from taking a stance on supporting the Affordable Care Act.
What can you do, if you’ve been enjoying the warmer temps and think you may have been in an area where ticks are present?
Looking for a job? Head to the Lansing Center and Lansing Lugnuts has you covered.
The possibility of severe thunderstorms in late February has Consumers Energy on alert.
The group plans to hold town halls across the state in Alpena, Detroit and Petoskey
A group of local film-makers shined a light on the issue of human trafficking here in Michigan with hopes of combatting the problem.
The sheriff says a lot of people in Hillsdale County support this new addition to his patrol cars.
Only the Poe Lock can accommodate those supersized ships now.
6 News Capitol correspondent Tim Skubick explains what’s behind the resistance
The ordinance could be overturned as groups against the NDO launch a petition drive to stop it from taking effect, and put the matter before…
Schor says while he loves his job at the state capitol, he wants to deal directly with the city.
The justices ruled unanimously on Wednesday that federal disability laws may allow Ehlena Fry of Napoleon to pursue her case in court
“I am all in for Lansing”
No one won Saturday’s multi-state drawing, so the top prize for Wednesday’s Powerball is $403 million
The event will have seven races on June 3 and 4.
The grants support projects, services or strategies
The second annual Michigan Snowmobile Festival had been scheduled for this coming Friday and Saturday in Gaylord