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 >>
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- Two people are in Sparrow hospital in critical condition after their minivan crashed into a semi truck Tuesday night on I-69 in Clinton County. When officials arrived on sceneget more >>
Two people are in Sparrow hospital in critical condition after their minivan crashed into a semi truck Tuesday nightget 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 >>
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 >>
Snyder is expected to sign the six-bill package, parts of which legislators began sending to him last weekget more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - MSUFCU is offering a new means to pay for a trip to watch the Michigan State Spartans play in the Rose Bowl. The credit union is offering a loan program with interest ratesget more >>
The program has been offered in years past when MSU has gone to bowl gamesget more >>
DEWITT, Mich. (WLNS)- After an apartment building in DeWitt caught fire Sunday morning, some residents reflected on what happened and where to go from here.
"Our whole bedroom was lit up orange and yellow and we looked out the bedroom window and to the left of our window we saw fire and it was creeping up really fast, we heard hissing and whooshing noises and it just smelled," said Alexandra Schroeder.
Alexandra and her husband, Scott, watched the fire burn through the bedroom they slept in just minutes before.
Over 24 hours after the fire was put out, but today you could still hear the fire alarm ringing.
"It was horrifying to watch my life melt away. It was just terrible. I can't believe it happened. I'm just in disbelief. I can't believe we watched our home burn to the ground and everything in it. It was just devastating," said Alexandra.
The heat was so severe it melted the siding, busted out windows and caved in the roof.
Fire officials spent Monday morning investigating and questioning homeowners as they work to get to the bottom of what caused this tragic fire.
"We were here yesterday morning investigating and we came back today to do some rummaging through the debris," said Frederick Koos, DeWitt Fire Chief.
Officials continue to work hard alongside families, like the Schroeder's, until they discover the cause of the apartment fire.
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