LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – Dozens of homeless people who rely on the Lansing City Outreach have been forced out of the shelter and into the streets because city officials said the building is not up to code.get more >>
Dozens of homeless people who rely on the Lansing City Outreach have been forced out of the shelter and into the streets because city officials said the building does not meet code.get more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - East Lansing police say four people arrested during a rowdy celebration of Michigan State's victory over Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game have been arraigned. Theget more >>
The police department says officers arrested 12 students and three others in the disordersget more >>
LUDINGTON, Mich. (AP) - The pregnant wife of a man charged with fatally shooting a Michigan state trooper during a traffic stop has been sentenced to two to five years in prison for helping him escape. Masonget more >>
Sarah Knysz pleaded guilty Nov. 5 and agreed to testify against her husbandget more >>
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The program has been offered in years past when MSU has gone to bowl gamesget more >>
EATON RAPIDS, Mich. (WLNS) - A 51-year-old Eaton Rapids woman is recovering in the hospital after police say she was found beaten and unconscious. It happened inside an apartment in the 600 block of Forestget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan lawmakers have finished approving bills to block welfare recipients from withdrawing their taxpayer-provided cash from ATMs in liquor stores, horse tracks and strip clubs. Theget more >>
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EATON RAPIDS, Mich. (WLNS) - Officials in Ingham County removed several livestock animals from a home in Eaton Rapids after an anonymous tip came in.
Crews took over a dozen animals from the property, including four horses, three sheep and seven goats. One goat and one rabbit was found dead on the property. Six goats and two head of sheep were in a garage.
Neigbors say they've been concerned for the animals for quite some time, sighting they didn't have enough shelter or water.
The home owners are expected to be charged with animal cruelty and abandonment.
She says some of her animals were very old and were not expected to live through the winter. The woman at the center of the allegations owns a local pet supply and grooming store and with more than 30 years of animal experience, she insists she took care of them all and made sure they were fed every single day.
She says news of the possible charges come as a big surprise and hopes to get everything resolved soon.
The animals are now recovering at the shelter. Ingham County is currently accepting donations to help the animals. For more information, visit Seen on 6.
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