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After spending the past seven years as health officer for Kalamazoo County, Linda Vail announced Tuesday evening that she is leaving her post at the beginning of April to accept the same position for Ingham County.
When Peter Spadafore was a kid attending Waverly schools, he ran for student government and often wore snappy ties or even a suit to school.
It was a close match at the Portland Battle of the Books on Feb. 27! All of the teams did a great job and should be so proud of their hard work.
For more information or to learn about other disposal and recycling options that may be available, call 224-5186, send an email to email@example.com or visit online at www.clinton-county.org and look for the link to the Department of Waste Management.
As of 9:30 a.m., 636 Consumers Energy customers are without power in Ingham County, near Dansville and Stockbridge.
Francine Hughes of Dansville killed her ex-husband on March 9, 1977, but a jury found her not guilty by reason of temporary insanity due to years of domestic violence.
Rodney McKee is now out on bond and as 6 News learned that move is unsettling for those who used to live there.
Lansing - An emotional story is unfolding in Lansing. Mothers, fathers, sons and daughters are being forced out of their homes after the mobile home community where they lived was deemed unsafe.
Bill Conklin, Managing Director for Ingham County Road Department says "We're trying to be proactive, but there is more potholes than we're going to be able to get to, and they're going to continue to form.
The legislative fever to deliver election-year tax relief to voters appears to be subsiding in the Capitol -- at least temporarily -- as lawmakers focus on predictions by transportation officials that this pothole season will be the worst in recent memory.
There aren't enough boxes. Not for 60 years of living in the same place. Not when you have only 10 days to get out, figure out what can go and what needs to stay, decide what matters and what can be abandoned.
A 19-year-old Lansing man who prosecutors say violently beat two women who work at a Lansing Township pizzeria with a shotgun was ordered to stand trial today on multiple charges.
LANSING, Mich. Up to 150 workers at McLaren hospital could have their jobs outsourced if contract negotiations with a local union fall through.