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Past articles by Markie:

Charlotte Police: No threat to public after heavy presence Monday night

The officers were on the scene of a reported fight involving a knife. → Read More

City of Lansing seek volunteers for upcoming trash pick-up events

Are you interested in helping clean up Lansing? → Read More

All Charlotte volunteer fire fighters reinstated, interim fire chief sworn in at city council meeting

CHARLOTTE, Mich. (WILX) - All 23 of Charlotte’s volunteer fire fighters are back on the job Monday night. City officials originally stated all 23 members would have had to reapply for the job, but after a lengthy discussion Monday night, it was decided that Charlotte’s fire chief could reinstate the whole team at once. The prior fire chief, Robert Vogel, resigned shortly after all of the city’s… → Read More

Okemos Public Schools dropping mask mandate

Okemos Public Schools Superintendent John Hood announced that the district is dropping its mask mandate. → Read More

One charged with arson in Owosso fire

During a search of the home, firefighters found people inside. One of them is now charged with arson. → Read More

MSU hosts Sankofa Project for Black History Month

Michigan State University is putting on events throughout the month to educate students and the community. → Read More

MSU installs temporary fencing around stretch of Red Cedar River

School officials said the temporary fencing will stay up until a permanent solution is found. → Read More

Michigan State University students help clear snow with UniServices group

A group of students at Michigan State University are hoping to turn the snow into dough. → Read More

Driver killed, 4 young children injured in fiery collision on US-127 in Lansing

A 7-month-old baby is among those injured in the collision. → Read More

New store aims to curb homelessness in Lansing

It’s a one-stop-shop for the many needs of the community. → Read More

Trader Joe’s to move forward with Meridian Township development plans

The company's next step is to submit building plans for the township to approve. → Read More

University of Michigan keeps COVID precautions for winter term

According to the school, 98% of students and 90% of staff have been fully vaccinated. → Read More

Red Cross: Blood supply at lowest levels in a decade

They’re encouraging anyone who can to step up to the plate and donate. → Read More

Downtown Lansing Inc. hosting cleanup event

They’re looking for volunteers to pull weeds and clean out the planting beds around downtown to prepare for winter. → Read More

West Nile identified in Jackson County bird

West Nile Virus has been detected in Jackson County. → Read More

BluesFest is back in Old Town

The Michigan Blues Fest kicks off Thursday night at Urban Beat. → Read More

Be mindful of tailgating rules ahead of Spartan home opener

If you're heading out to tailgate at MSU, keep some rules in mind. → Read More

State launches Michigan Immunization Portal

The portal was funded through CDC grant dollars. → Read More

Police search Jackson apartment buildings

Foxfire Apartments had multiple officers searching the buildings around 5 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

AAA: Be aware of local COVID-19 restrictions on Labor Day travels

If you’re planning on hitting the road and taking a Labor Day vacation, AAA says to be mindful of the COVID-19 restrictions in place in your destination. → Read More