Museum Exhibit Tells Of Trout Unlimited Founding In MichiganThe program is called "The River that Changed the World." It opened Saturday at the Michigan History Museum in Lansing and will continue through next summer.
Remains Found In River Identified As Man Missing Since 2005Forensic analysis of his skull found a bullet hole. 
Lansing-Area Man Dies After Being Electrocuted By Live WireOfficials say he was stringing up cable when he touched a live wire that knocked him out of a bucket truck and into a tree.
Study: Auto Insurers Illegally Charge Women More In MichiganState law prohibits insurance companies from basing rates on sex or marital status. But an expert for the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault said at least three insurers are doing so.
Man Pleads Guilty But Mentally Ill In Lansing Firefighter's Hit-And-Run DeathDennis Rodeman, 35, was collecting money for charity at the time of his death.
Michigan DNR Takes Applications For Reserved Waterfowl HuntsApplications cost $5 and are being accepted through Aug. 28. Hunters can apply only once. Drawing results will be posted Sept. 18.
Report: Michigan To Face $2B Budget Squeeze In General FundTax cuts, increased road construction, past economic development incentives and other factors will combine to reduce or divert state revenue by $2 billion annually in just over four years.
Police: Missing 4-Month-Old Lansing Girl May Be In DangerThe baby's mother has threatened to harm her child, police say.
Michigan Woman, 80, Accused Of Stealing $70,000 To Build Cesar Chavez StatueAn 80-year-old woman has been charged with embezzling more than $70,000 that was set aside to build a statue in Lansing to honor farm labor leader Cesar Chavez.
Testing Of Lansing Substation Cuts Power To 14K CustomersThe utility says future testing will occur on nights and weekends "to minimize any inconvenience..."
Lansing Woman Accused Of Running Years-Long Prostitution RingOfficials say the criminal activity was uncovered by a state police trooper who had just completed a human trafficking training course.
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero Says He Won't Seek 4th TermLongtime Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero surprisingly announced on Monday that he will not seek re-election for what would be his fourth term in office.

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