LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- New information is expected Monday after a home burns to the ground and leaves one woman without a place to live over the weekend. The fire started shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday,get more >>
New information is expected Monday after a home burns to the ground and leaves one woman without a place to live over the weekend.get more >>
Three men have been charged in connection with the shooting and car chase that happened Friday night on Lansing's south side. Shelton Darnell Coats, Dionel Deangelo White Beard and Demetrius Raymont Robertsget more >>
All three played a part in the shooting and car chase that happened in Lansing Friday afternoon.get more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- Hearts are heavy after the release that the only grandson of the Henry Ford legacy has passed away. William Clay Ford, 88-years-old, passed away Sunday. William Ford spent moreget more >>
Hearts are heavy after the release that the only living grandson of the Henry Ford legacy has passed away.get more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- The Board of Water and Light is scheduled to meet Monday with the review team created to investigate the companies response to the major ice storm in December that left thousandsget more >>
After rescheduling and changing venues, the review board plans to question the company about the response, but with the meeting open to the public.get more >>
Ten days sago, those living at Life O'Riley learned they would have to leave their homes, after the city of Lansing ordered the park to close over filthy living conditions TEN DAYS AGO-- THOSE LIVINGget more >>
The deadline to move everything out of Life O Riley mobile home park is 12 am.get more >>
The Michigan Humane Society paired with Detroit Animal Control to take 10 horses from a warehouse on Detroit's west side. They say the horses were found in poor health and had signs of neglect.
MHS is continuing the investigation in Thursday's incident. They will continue to work with these groups in pursuing those responsible for the conditions of the horses.
"It is appalling to see the callousness that some have toward these beautiful animals," said Debby MacDonald, MHS Chief Cruelty Investigator. "Thankfully, these horses will not have to suffer without care any longer."
The horses are currently being treated and cared for in Dansville.
Last week, 12 horses were also taken away from a Livingston County woman for signs of neglect. Owner Velva Jean Wainscott maintains her innocence, saying she gave them the proper care.
Expected costs of caring for the horses could amount to tens of thousands of dollars. If you'd like to donate to the care of the horses seized today, visit the Michigan Humane Society website or call 1-866-MHUMANE.
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