Cohoctah Township, MI


BREAKING: Lansing police investigating two overnight homicides

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Lansing police are investigating two overnight homicides. The first homicide occurred at 3 a.m. Sunday on the 300 block of City Market Drive in Lansing. Lansing Police officers were dispatched to that area for a reported shooting. Officers arrived and found a 42-year-old male victim with an apparent gunshot wound. The man was pronounced deceased at the scene. While officers were on scene, two additional subjects with apparent gunshot wounds were reported at a local hospital. The second victim, a 37-year-old female, suffered multiple apparent gunshot wounds but is listed in stable condition and is expected to survive. A third subject, a 41-year-old male, also arrived at a local hospital with multiple apparent gunshot wounds. He is listed in stable condition and is also expected to survive. Police do not yet know all the details surrounding the incident however it is believed the victims were not random targets based on preliminary information which suggests an altercation took place prior to the shooting. A suspect has been identified and is currently detained.
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Lansing police investigating two homicides early Sunday morning; two others injured

LANSING — Two men died and two other people were hospitalized early Sunday morning following incidents that police are investigating as a pair of homicides. The incidents — one a shooting in which one man died and two people were hospitalized, and the other a hit-and-run that killed a pedestrian — happened within an hour of one another, according to two press releases from the Lansing Police Department. ...
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Finley: Stop making politics a crime

The smackdown delivered to Attorney General Dana Nessel by the Michigan Supreme Court last week was about as big a wallop as it gets. The unanimous ruling and a separate concurrence basically accused the AG's office of subverting justice and manipulating the law to press its unwarranted vendetta against then-Gov. Rick Snyder and eight members of his team in the Flint water crisis.

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See highlights from 7th annual Flint Water Festival

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Flint Roller Derby: The most slept on league in the city

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Man, woman injured in Flint shooting

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Mychelle Johnson, wife of Miles Bridges, shares disturbing images of injuries

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Ramp from US-127 to I-96 sees closure due to semi truck rollover crash

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - A semi truck rollover crash in Lansing caused a ramp closure Friday evening. The ramp from northbound US-127 to westbound I-96 was closed just before 6:30 p.m. due the rollover crash. It is unknown if there are any injuries. Residents were urged to find another route.

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No injuries reported in Livingston County golf house fire

HOWELL, Mich. (WILX) - Investigators in Livingston County are working to figure out what caused a fire at a golf course in Howell. The flames broke out Friday morning at Faulkwood Shores Golf Club, located on Hughes Road between Golf Club Road and Grand River Avenue. Authorities said the fire started in the clubhouse and caused significant damage.