Clinton County

John Shaski photo
Courtesy photo

Lansing’s Capital Region International Airport will soon begin looking for a new president and CEO following the resignation of Wayne Sieloff.


An absentee ballot dropbox at the south Washington voting location in Lansing.
Abigail Censky, WKAR

School millages are on ballots Tuesday in Mid Michigan, but voters will also serve another purpose besides casting their votes.

For many local municipalities Tuesday’s elections are a chance for clerks and election workers to practice in advance of the 2020 presidential election.

Blue Rubber Duck
Felicia Cornish / Flickr Creative Commons

Small blue rubber ducks are being used to show support for a mid-Michigan man after a judge ruled he must remove thousands of found objects featured in an outdoor art installation because they violate an anti-junk ordinance.

Mike Miller, Dave Dutch, Brianna Scott, Kelly Tebay
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FINAL MSU RESULTS: Wednesday 9:00 p.m.

With more than 7 million votes cast, it appears Brianna Scott and Kelly Tebay, the Democratic candidates for the MSU Board of Trustees will defeat their GOP opponents Dave Dutch and Mike Miller.

bridge and flood
Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

The U.S. Small Business Administration is working with the state police and local emergency managers to conduct damage assessments following flooding last month in Michigan.

Reginald Hardwick / WKAR Public Media

Essex Township Supervisor Carla Wardin talked about family, farming and being in the close-knit community of 1900 in Clinton County.


Power line worker image
WKAR Photo

There was a short power outage in parts of Ingham, Clinton, and Shiawassee counties this afternoon.


Paige and her llama, Bo at the Clinton County Fair.
Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

It’s county fair season and WKAR’s Katie Cook went to see the animals and their young owners at the Clinton County 4H and Youth Fair.

 

Jamie Paisley

Only 6 states in the U.S. do not have a Poet Laureate, and Michigan is one of them.
After attempting to make that happen a few years ago, a group of mid-Michigan organizations have shifted to a smaller scale.