Suspension Ordered For Michigan Judge In Misconduct CaseThe Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to publicly censure a Jackson County judge for misconduct and suspend him without pay for 30 days.
9-Vehicle Pileup On I-94 Sends 11 To HospitalThree of the vehicles involved were semitrailers, including one that jackknifed.
Former Priest, Teacher Charged In Sex Abuse Of Boys More Than 30 Years AgoBond was set at $1 million for a former Michigan Catholic school priest, teacher and wrestling coach charged in connection in the alleged sexual assaults of several boys three decades ago.
94-Year-Old Man Killed In Rollover Accident On I-94 Near JacksonWitnesses said that the vehicle lost control and overturned several times around 11 a.m. before landing on a fence at the bottom of a snowy embankment.
Survey: Half Of Polled Michiganders Support Marijuana LegalizationThe figures are higher than those from a survey conducted in September 2013 -- rising from 47 percent to 50 percent. Four percent of the 600 people surveyed were undecided.
Man Charged With Killing Mom On New Year's EvePolice say 29-year-old Matthew King told investigators that he killed Kristy King following an argument and put her body in the basement of their home.
Plans To Bring Minor League Baseball To Jackson Move AheadThe next step in the project will include looking at possible sites for the stadium. DuBois estimates the total cost of the project at $8 million to $12 million.
Baker College Of Jackson Cyber Defense Team Wins State Title, Advances To RegionalStudents from Baker College of Jackson won the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense competition in Grand Rapids. The 10-member team competed against teams from colleges and universities throughout the state and will represent Michigan at the Midwest regional competition, March 28-29, in Palos Hills, Ill.
Police Ask Public To Help Identify Woman Killed 35 Years AgoThe unidentified victim was found dead in August of 1978, in a garbage bag dumped near I-94/
UM Students Now Building Citizen Connection Technology For JacksonIn what the University of Michigan describes as a first-of-its-kind partnership, UM students have begun building information technology tools for the city of Jackson aimed at solving more than a dozen civic challenges identified by city officials.
Consumers Energy Picks 31 Solar Power ProjectsConsumers Energy has selected 31 solar-powered projects offered by businesses, homeowners and nonprofit groups across Michigan's Lower Peninsula to supply renewable energy to customers.
Consumers Energy Provides Free Efficiency Gear To 180 Civic Groups In 2013Veterans organizations, homeless shelters, food banks and other nonprofit groups throughout Michigan are benefitting from an initiative by Consumers Energy to replace lighting, thermostats and more with money-saving, energy-efficient products.