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Four charged with conspiracy to kidnap and kill child at county fair
LANSING, MI -- Four Michigan people have been charged with conspiracy to kidnap and kill a child, the Michigan Attorney General's Office reports.
Four W. Michigan residents to be charged in child abduction, rape scheme
Four people from West Michigan are now in custody following the investigation of a scheme to abduct, rape and murder a young child, the Michigan Attorney General’s office said today.
1 dead in US-127 crash
JACKSON CO., Mich (WLNS) - One man is dead in an early morning crash on US-127 in Jackson County.According to a news release from the Michigan State Police the 34-year-old Trenton man was driving south on US-127 north of Berry Road just before 4:00 a.m. when he veered off the road.The vehicle struck
Teen shot near Jackson intersection, police say
Officers were called at 10:13 p.m., Sept. 20, to Henry Ford Allegiance Heath for a report of a teenage male who was being treated for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, Jackson Police Lt. Sergio Garcia said.
Nebraska vs Michigan: Game Time, TV, Streaming, Odds, and More
Nebraska will head to Ann Arbor looking for its first victory of 2018, following a second close home loss in a 24-19 setback against Troy. The Huskers controlled the stat sheet for a second straight win, but had three costly turnovers in dropping to 0-2.
Blast from the Past: Hillsdale Homecoming in 1998 - Hillsdale Collegian
This past weekend, Hillsdale College again welcomed its returning alumni to a mix of sport, pageantry, and fun. Indeed, this year’s Homecoming celebration offered much to those who made the journey back to their alma mater — Central Hall, after being under construction for some time, was rededicated
College football Week 4 viewing guide: Michigan State could get snake-bit again
If you’re not still nauseated from Ole Miss’ performance in Week 3 and currently have the stomach for college football generally, congratulations, you’ve officially crossed the Rebel football Sahara and emerged relatively unscathed. At least unscathed enough to devote actual viewing time to the rema
Former district court judge recalls service to Hillsdale - Hillsdale Collegian
His office is filled with trinkets and gifts from his clients, and his walls are covered with memories. Benjamin Franklin’s poem, “The Benefit of Going to Law,” is the first thing you see when you walk off East Bacon Street into his office. The framed poem isn’t there for Jim Hayne; he can recite it
Crash on SB I-69, interstate closed
DEKALB COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) - A crash along Interstate 69 in DeKalb County has police diverting traffic off the interstate.A crash was reported on southbound Interstate 69 at the 324 milemarker, two miles south of the C.R. 11A interchange at the Auburn Auction Park. Details on the crash were not avai
Man given 2 years for dumping teen's body | Courts | Journal Gazette
Christopher T. Walker, 29, admitted this month that he helped Scott Tindall wrap Marcie Lynn Ward's body in sheets, carpet, garbage bags and duct tape before dumping the girl's body in an alley in the 3300 block of Wayne Trace. Tindall, 56, who died last year, told Walker he awoke to find the teen d
Home invasion suspect captured after hours-long search
Dwain Horner, 33, was arrested on preliminary charges of burglary with a deadly weapon, battery with bodily injury, criminal confinement, strangulation and residential entry.
Unsung Heroes of Hillsdale: The Mother ‘Jen’ of Kappa
To the women of Kappa Kappa Gamma, their cook and new house director, Jennifer Steele, is mom.
'The House with a Clock in Its Walls' premieres in Marshall
Standing on the red carpet were 200-plus audience members eager to catch the first showing of the film, "The House with a Clock in Its Walls." The PG film is an adaptation of the 1973 young-adult fantasy novel of the same name, written by Marshall native John Bellairs.
Richard Brookhiser should be Hillsdale’s commencement speaker in 2019
Brookhiser began his writing career shortly after he turned 15-years-old by penning an article in “National Review” on anti-Vietnam protests at his high school. After graduating from Yale University, he joined the staff of “National Review” as a columnist and eventually began making forays into the
Police: "Multiple victims" in Maryland shooting
PERRYMAN, Md. --Authorities are responding after reports of shots fired in Harford County, Maryland, just south of Aberdeen,CBS Baltimore reports.
Driver gets stuck under semi after crash in Battle Creek
The driver of the car, who officers said was not wearing a seat belt, was taken to the hospital in an unknown condition, but was conscious at the time.
UPDATE: Local golf course sold for $2.2 million
"Today we finalized the sale of the old Waverly Golf Course property, which has been ongoing for quite some time," said Mayor Andy Schor. "I'm happy that we were able to finalize this deal and raise $2.2 million for the City of Lansing Parks and Recreation Department."
Crash claims woman's life
Alma Herrera Delgadillo, 18, was killed when she apparently lost control of the car she was driving, overcorrected, crossed the center line of C.R. 600 West and struck an oncoming SUV driven by Janell Frick Stufflebeam, Wawaka, near U.S. 6 around 1:50 p.m. Tuesday, Noble County police said in a news
Where to see spectacular fall colors in Michigan, mapped
With the seasons changing, the natural beauty of Michigan is enhanced by yellow, orange, and red bursts of color in its foliage. While there are many roads to travel to take it all in—theFree Pressruns them through county by county—we’ve narrowed down ten destinations to check out through the Upper
Man accused of murder escapes Kalamazoo jail, is quickly captured
KALAMAZOO, MI -- An inmate at the Kalamazoo County Jail who has been charged with open murder escaped Wednesday, Sept. 19, the sheriff's office reports.