The State Capitol Commission voted Monday to again host free tours of the 136-year-old building on Saturdays, starting June 6.
Jaylen L. Briggs of Lansing was arraigned Monday on charges of carelessly firing a gun causing injury, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed weapon and possessing a firearm while committing a felony.
John Truscott, vice chairman of the Capitol Commission, said the dome hasn’t been repainted in 25 years and there is some decay.
Mayor Virg Bernero says he’s not worried about the political risks of appearing at this weekend’s pro-marijuana rally.
The Republican governor told reporters Tuesday the program should instead be phased out over time because industry officials “have been making decisions based on it.”
Investigators say they received reports of a vehicle driving the wrong way on the highway and then that vehicle and three others involved in a crash.
In the Archives of Michigan on the second floor, visitors can view statehood documents, including Michigan’s first constitution.
Authorities are reminding the public that Michigan has a “safe haven” law.
Officials say a fire at a Lansing senior citizen apartment complex left one resident dead and forced dozens of others to evacuate.
The Michigan Department of Community Health would move into the MSP’s current headquarters, where 400 state employees currently work