Lansing Woman Sentenced To Prison In 2-Month-Old Son's DeathThe 24-year-old told the court that she takes full responsibility for what happened to her son but said she is "not a murderer."
Muslim Group Returns To Lansing For Annual Advocacy DayMuslims from around Michigan are heading to Lansing to meet with state representatives and discuss concerns about hate speech against immigrants and Muslims.
Lansing Utility's Computer Network Affected By CyberattackOfficials say the Lansing Board of Water and Light's computer network was the subject of a cyberattack that disrupted administrative operations.
Advocates To Rally At State Capitol In Support Of Child Abuse PreventionChild advocates plan to rally on the state Capitol steps to raise awareness and promote the need for services in an event marking Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Lansing Mayor Calls For Moratorium On New Medical Pot ShopsVirg Bernero wants to stop further openings of shops that sell medical marijuana in Lansing until new regulations governing them are approved by the city council.
Dems Say 2016 Best Shot To Win Michigan House, GOP Rebuffs The political pressure for seats in the Michigan House is revving up as the calendar approaches the candidate filing deadline on Tuesday.
Patrol Officers In Lansing Now Using Body CamerasThe department purchased 130 body-worn cameras, related support equipment and enhanced data storage for $181,000.
Woman Charged In Death Of 2-Month-Old Son Pleads GuiltyA plea deal calls for a minimum sentence of 27 years in prison.
Lansing Mayor Defends $160K Payout For Former City AttorneyLansing's mayor is defending his handling of a separation agreement with a former city attorney who left her job last month with payout of more than $160,000.
Court: Lansing Cop Has Immunity In 2011 Fatal Shooting Of Teen In BankA Lansing police officer can't be sued for killing a teenager who was shot in the head while on her knees after already being shot in the stomach.
Michigan Legislature, State Offices Closed Due To SnowMichigan lawmakers have canceled voting and committee hearings in Lansing, and Gov. Rick Snyder has closed state offices in 51 counties because of emergency snow conditions.
Former Cop Charged In Connection With Michigan Prescription Drug Ring“Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic in Michigan and across the country," AG Bill Schuette said.