LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – A pawn shop owner in south Lansing caught a thief on-camera stealing more than $2,000 worth of diamond jewelry from his store, while the thief's three accomplices kept the storeget more >>
Surveillance video catches a suspected thief stealing more than $2,000 worth of diamond jewelry from a Lansing pawn shopget more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - East Lansing Police are looking for a man they believe sexually assaulted two Michigan State University students. The most recent incident happened around 8:30p.m. Thursdayget more >>
The most recent incident happened around 8:30p.m. Thursday in the parking lot of Abbott Pointe Apartmentsget more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Three East Lansing High School teens accused of scratching swastikas into two other students' lockers could face criminal charges, but not for the content of controversialget more >>
East Lansing Police say one of the victims was a Jewish girl who took offense to the symbol on her lockerget more >>
Three East Lansing high school teens could face criminal charges for scratching swastikas into two other student's lockers. East Lansing police say one of the victims was Jewish. The president of theget more >>
Three East Lansing high school teens could face criminal charges for scratching swastikas into two other student's lockers.
East Lansing police say one of the victims was Jewish.get more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - A local student got a big surprise in the form of a free private high school education. Rachel Smith, a student at Lansing Charter Academy, received a check Friday for more thanget more >>
Rachel Smith, a student at Lansing Charter Academy, received a check Friday after winning a national essay contestget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) -- Several former employees of a Lansing-based production company say for months, the business often skipped payday, and sometimes didn't pay at all. Five former employees of Lifeget more >>
Former employees of a Lansing-based production company say the business often skipped payday, and sometimes didn't pay at all.get more >>
ADRIAN, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the slaying of a 63-year-old woman has been sentenced to life in prison. The Jackson Citizen Patriot reports Steven Stormget more >>
Judge Timothy Pickard called Storm a "psychopath" during the hearing, saying he'll work to ensure Storm never is released from prisonget more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A former high school football coach in Pennsylvania has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for computer-related crimes that stretched to East Lansing. Joseph Ostrowski admittedget more >>
Federal prosecutors in Michigan say the investigation began in 2011 with campus policeget more >>
The confederate flag brings out all kinds of emotions and one student in DeWiitt was suspended from school for flying it on his truck after he was told to take it down. But as our Nick Perreault explains,get more >>
One student in DeWiitt was suspended from school for flying it on his truck after he was told to take it downget more >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Some people aren't happy as the sequester cuts kick-in because many of their elected officials left Washington and came home Friday without a deal.
6 News wanted to know why are they not in D.C. the day these cuts kick-in, trying to reach some sort of compromise.
"It could happen overnight if the president would show some leadership. Go to Harry Reid and say, 'there are two bills that the House has already sent to you.' They're mechanisms to use that would deal with the sequester--that would be an alternative to the sequester," said Representative Tim Walberg. "We've done our job. I could head back, but why be there just sitting around. We saw what happened this morning."
He was referring to another failed compromise meeting Friday morning between the president and party leaders
In a statement to WLNS, Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow said, "Congress must continue to work together to stop these irresponsible cuts. Congress needs to find common sense ways to reduce the deficit rather than slash jobs, education and other top priorities."
6 News spoke other congressmen on both sides of the aisle and the one thing they all said is that it's going to take bipartisanship to curb the effects of the sequester. They all told said they're willing to work with each other.
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