Colton Cichoracki, wilxTV

Colton Cichoracki


Lansing, MI, United States

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Past articles by Colton:

Where is the snow?

Since 1864, Lansing has only had 12 years on record that have seen less snow than what we’ve seen in 2023. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Current Road Conditions

We will have snow on and off Friday into Saturday, but the focus of News 10′s First Alert Weather Days will be the gusty winds and arctic air. → Read More

Will Mid-Michigan see a white Christmas?

Mid-Michigan hasn’t had much luck as of late with a white Christmas. → Read More

Strong winds knock out power to thousands in Mid-Michigan

More than 2,000 BWL customers were without power as of Saturday evening. → Read More

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Major winter storm to impact Mid-Michigan this week

Heavy snow is expected Wednesday into Thursday. → Read More

Today is a First Alert Weather Day

First Alert Weather update from WILX News 10. → Read More

First Alert Weather: Snow makes for messy afternoon, evening commute

Snowfall has made for a messy commute this afternoon/evening across Mid-Michigan. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 5 a.m. Sunday for the Lansing and Jackson areas. → Read More

Lakeshore flood threat still exists despite lower Great Lakes water levels

Great Lakes water levels have fallen since record high values last year but under the right weather conditions, shoreline flooding is still a threat. → Read More

Enbridge calls Tuscola Co. Line 5 protest ‘reckless’ and ‘dangerous’

After a group protested a controversial oil pipeline that runs through Michigan, the pipeline’s owner is now chiming in and called the protest reckless and dangerous. → Read More

Work set to begin on stabilizing Sanford Dam 17 months after disaster

The Four Lakes Task Force, which is in charge of the dam, expects this stabilization work to begin in just a matter of weeks and it will take a few months to complete. → Read More

Thousands expected at Saginaw’s block party downtown this weekend

The Riverfront Saginaw Spirit-Symphony Season Opener Block Party is scheduled for this Saturday at 4:30 p.m. → Read More

Homeowner says roadside produce stand has been broken into twice in last week

A Saginaw County homeowner is sharing her story after she said the cashbox at her roadside produce stand was broken into twice during the last week. → Read More

Covenant HealthCare reopens drive-thru COVID-19 testing site

The site is located in front of Fashion Square Mall at the former Sears auto building in Saginaw Township. → Read More

Construction delayed on new Isabella County jail, sheriff’s office

Construction on the new jail and sheriff’s office in Isabella County has been delayed after a few setbacks but the sheriff is expecting the facility to be built next year. → Read More

CMU to resume international travel for study abroad programs

The university made the announcement 18 months after the pandemic forced it to end studies overseas in March 2020. → Read More

Migrant shelter vote leads to resignation, recall effort in Alma

Following a vote that paved the way for a migrant shelter in Alma to move forward, fallout continues as a recall effort gets underway. → Read More

Alma community grapples with vote that approved shelter for young migrants

The vote happened at the Alma City Commission meeting Tuesday night. → Read More

Residents react to new report about cause of 2020 Edenville Dam disaster

A new 42-page report was released this week about the investigation into the Edenville and Sanford Dam failure from May 2020 and now locals are reacting to the report. → Read More

Supply chain problems impacting local school district’s food service

Adding to an already stressful school year, a number of local school districts are facing supply chain problems that are leading to menu changes and substitutions for breakfast and lunch. → Read More

Clean-up continues after severe storms push through Saginaw area

Severe thunderstorms on Tuesday left behind damage in many parts of Mid-Michigan but one of the hardest hit areas was in Saginaw Township. → Read More