City of Jackson council unanimously approves redevelopment of Hayes Hotel
Jun30

City of Jackson council unanimously approves redevelopment of Hayes Hotel

JACKSON, MI (WLNS) – The City of Jackson is pushing forward with more redevelopment. People going through the city have been dodging construction. That’s going to continue at the Hayes Hotel to bring more people into the center of the city. “We want to see market-rate apartments downtown. Apartments that a lot of those young professionals in the area looking for jobs or could be attracted to the town to take jobs, they’ll have...

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Crime Stoppers: 3 wanted for felonies
Jun30

Crime Stoppers: 3 wanted for felonies

LANSING, MI (WLNS) – Crime Stoppers of mid-Michigan is asking for the public’s help to find three people wanted for felonies. The three are wanted by the city of Lansing. They are (left to right): Doug Aaron Schuster has a felony warrant for obstruction of justice out of Lansing. Schuster is a black man, 28, 5’11” and weighs 160 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. Robert Eugene Sparks has a felony warrant for larceny out of...

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Piles of flags found at vets cemetery: ‘It just broke my heart’
Jun30

Piles of flags found at vets cemetery: ‘It just broke my heart’

EXETER, R.I. (WPRI) — “It just broke my heart because everyone in this cemetery fought under that banner and every fiber of that flag is their blood, sweat, and tears.” Stan Sniezyk visits his father’s grave every week at the Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery, and that was his reaction when he saw piles of torn and tattered American flags at the cemetery in Exeter last weekend. The photos Sniezyk submitted to Call 12 for Action showed...

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Battle continues at Lansing City Hall over funding police vehicles
Jun30

Battle continues at Lansing City Hall over funding police vehicles

LANSING, Mich.( WLNS) –  The dispute between Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero and some members of Lansing City Council has been ongoing, but now the quarrel has to do with police vehicles. Specifically, whether or not to use remaining cash from the existing city budget to fund new ones. “I came here to car number 26. I’m going to work the road patrol I put the keys in and the car won’t start,” said Lansing Police Chief Mike Yankowski. A...

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Our new marketing campaign continues, highlighting the many things we do beyond our 125 acres to advance wildlife conservation, animal welfare, sustainability and education, as well as our impact on the community
Jun29

Our new marketing campaign continues, highlighting the many things we do beyond our 125 acres to advance wildlife conservation, animal welfare, sustainability and education, as well as our impact on the community

Learn more about The Zoo That Could: http://detroitzoo.org/press-release/new-marketing-campaign-celebrates-zoo/ www.MichiNEWS.com

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