LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - The man killed over the weekend at a strip club has been identified as Christopher Michael Goins, 21, of Lansing. Goins was found at Centerfolds Strip Club with a gunshot woundget more >>
Officials say they have a few leads, but no one in custodyget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- Last week's rainfall still remains troublesome for many Lansing area families. Leaking windows, flooded basements, and even sewage backups are some of the reports coming from homeowners.get more >>
Leaking windows, flooded basements, and even sewage backups are some of the reports coming from Lansing homeowners since the big storms last week.get more >>
Crime Stoppers of Mid-Michigan is asking for the public's help in finding three people watned for felonies out of Lansing. Jacob Lee Brockwell, 36, has a felony warrant for retail fraud. He's describedget more >>
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 517-483-STOPget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - The question for many gun owners these days is where to get ammunition? Gun shops and ammo dealers are struggling with a long term shortage and they say it's impacting their business.get more >>
Some says it could take several months until stores have enough ammo to let customers buy as much as they wantget more >>
Cop cars were on the scene of Centerfolds strip club this morning at around 2 a.m. on Sunday. "There was caution tape around the center folds wrapped around the sign and I'm guessing around the side door,"get more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Lawmakers are looking to change the start of the academic year. Rep. Andy Schor introduced a bill proposing for schools to start before Labor Day. Under current law, the schoolget more >>
Rep. Andy Schor introduced a bill proposing for schools to start before Labor Dayget more >>
Jackson National Life says two new facilities, totaling 300,000 square feet will serve the company for the next fifty years and expand services in the short term. The move is expected to bring in roughlyget more >>
Jackson National Life says two new facilities, totaling 300,000 square feet will serve the company for the next fifty years and expand services in the short term.get more >>
ADRIAN, Mich. (WLNS) In Adrian Township, police are searching for an individual in connection with two stabbings that happened early Monday morning. It happened on the 1200 block of South Main Streetget more >>
Police say witnesses have identified the suspect, but that he is at largeget more >>
Lansing, Mich. (WLNS)- Detectives in Livingston County say they have found the man responsible for a series of bank robberies. Police say that Todd White of Lansing confessed to robbing the PNC Bankget more >>
Detectives in Livingston County say they have found the man responsible for a series of bank robberies.get more >>
PUTNAM TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLNS) - A woman dodged extra jail time after threatening her family members with an axe. Stephanie Maruszewski, 67, was sentenced to two days in jail time already served, plusget more >>
WHMI says that a 19-year-old woman told a trooper Maruszewski punched her and threatened her with an axeget more >>
The group Citizens for More Michigan Jobs wants to create eight more casinos in Michigan. They have gathered enough petition signatures to put the issue on the November ballot.
Michigan currently has 25 casinos and eight more would be added if this gets on the statewide ballot in November. And backers are confident of that.
The citizens for more Michigan jobs has reportedly surpassed the 330,000 signatures needed to be on the ballot.
The tribal casinos have launched a series of ads asking citizens not to sign the petition and in one radio ad, it is alleged local residents would lose the right to vote on a new casino.
"This petition was put together by two Lansing politicians who want to take away your right to vote in your neighborhood," said one ad.
The petition spokeswoman asserts that is a lie. Citizens will have veto power over any new casinos under this plan.
The state lottery director is concerned about the competition and the impact 33 casinos might have on lottery sales.
"Every casino has cost us revenue so the lottery has gone down or the rate of growth has slowed at least with the opening of casinos," said Scott Bowen with the Michigan lottery.
Tribal casinos oppose the addition of new new casinos in Detroit, DeWitt, Pontiac, Grand Rapids, Romulus and two other townships.
"Gaming is doing well in Michigan. There is room for it. If you look at the tribal casinos, they are proposing more sites, so it's kinda hypocritical for them to say they don't want any more state casinos," said Emily Gerkin-Palsrok with the Citizens for More Michigan Jobs.
The petitions must be filed by July 9th and the state will decide if enough names were obtained.
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