The Capital Area IT Council and Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce have decided to postpone the program scheduled for Wednesday, September 21.
Mayor Bing says he and his staff continue to work on the city’s new budget and he says he definitely plans a visit with the governor.
Some school districts are moving toward privatizing support services — and the idea will be on the table at tonight’s Farmington School Board meeting.
Superintendent Bill Husfelt mustered a calm voice and tried to persuade Clay Duke to drop the gun, but the ex-con just shook his head and fired.
An Ingham County Circuit judge has stopped Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan from implementing rate increases as high as 66 percent for some seniors.
WWJ’s Marie Osborne reports from China where she’s traveling with a Wayne County trade delegation. Today the delegation was formally greeted by the Mayor of Nanjing China.
Michigan State Police say arraignments will likely take place Sunday for three suspects jailed in connection with a deadly stabbing in Yale.
Federal Reserve policymakers are wrestling with what additional steps – if any – should be taken to strengthen the plodding economy and drive down near double-digit unemployment.
Seven-hundred Detroiters turned out for a meeting to voice their concerns over the future of the city directly to Mayor Dave Bing and Police Chief Ralph Godbee.
Another standing room-only crowd came out to hear and discuss plans for Detroit’s future as part of Mayor Dave Bing’s Detroit Works Project.