Livingston County authorities plan to put up billboards featuring a Lansing-area woman who disappeared in 1990 and two other cold cases.
Investigators started digging in Livingston County Friday morning, in hopes of eventually solving one of Michigan’s longest-running cold cases.
Police believe they may have found some potential new leads in one of Michigan’s best-known cold cases — the disappearance of Paige Renkoski.
Authorities planned to use cadaver dogs Friday to search an area in Delta Township following a tip related to Paige Renkoski’s disappearance.
Twenty-one years after her death, police say they have some promising new leads to help them solve the 1990 disappearance of Paige Renkoski.
New developments in a local case that has baffled investigators for more than two decades.
Ford Field will be filled with families holding onto hope, as Michigan State Police launch their first ever “Missing in Michigan” event.