The 12 week program designed by professionals at Sparrow Michigan Athletic Club, is giving patients with the diseases, results beyond expect…
Navigating your first year of college is hard enough but imagine not being fluent in the core language and not having friends to lean on.
Omnibus Studios installed several hundred handmade stained glass windows earlier this week inside Lansing Catholic High School’s new chapel.
Cycling is in Janna Rowan’s blood and it’s also on her skin.
People with disabilities often struggle to find jobs and a local man is working to change that.
For more than three decades hot air balloons have filled the skies in Howell for the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest.
Delta Township Fire Chief John Clark says children end up dialing 911 more often than you’d think.
Located in an otherwise sleepy town is a shop that can keep you up all night.
It’s a win-win on Michigan State’s campus as one student organization is helping those in need by getting the younger generation involved in…
One local veteran found out the hard way how hard it is to get a properly trained service dog in the state of Michigan.
It’s a need that almost always goes unnoticed.
Mrs. Katy Rios and her first grade class at Gier Park Elementary School are changing our world.
There will be plenty of sweet sounds Saturday in Grand Ledge.
Ariniko O’Meara began the “City Saunter Project” in 2011. Her goal: walk every street in Lansing
For the month of February, a local credit union is turning its lobby into a local art studio for Mid-Michigan high schoolers.
Mo released his first book “Perspective From an Electric Chair” discussing what it was like growing up with a rare form of Muscular Dystroph…
Hockey fans are hearty fans and for those who love to play the sport, many say, there’s nothing like skating outside, no matter how cold it …
Highlighting the word ability is an important part of any discussion about disabilities. An Okemos High School play is helping show this imp…
2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Arts Council of Greater Lansing.
A local craftsman is ready to help jolly ‘Ol Saint Nick with a charitable cause that brings handmade toys to local kids.