Tpr. Paul Butterfield of the Hart Post was killed Monday night after being shot while conducting a traffic stop.
Site Selection magazine has named Michigan the No. 4 state for major new corporate facilities and expansions in 2012, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced late Wednesday.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of three brownfield work plans as well as Michigan Business Development and Community Revitalization program incentives to four companies planning expansions in the state. The projects are expected to generate up to $138.8 million in investments and add 399 new jobs in Michigan.
Aerospace manufacturer Apex Precision Solutions Inc. began operations recently after having moved into their first location in Ingham County.
It looks like it may be tomorrow before US-127 south of Lansing will re-open after a tanker spilled a load of tar sealant early this morning.
A decommissioned fire truck from a mid-Michigan community is heading to Kosovo where it’s expected to help crews in the southeastern town of Vitina respond to blazes.
Investigators suspect that a former police chief abducted his estranged wife and drove her to a Lansing-area motel, where he fatally shot her and himself.
The wife of an Oak Park public safety officer killed during a traffic stop last winter took the stand Wednesday in the trial of 17-year-old Jonathon Belton.
Ingham County officials were advising the public, Friday, to avoid a part of Mason where firefighters are battling a chemical company fire.