Resurrection School will be closed the rest of the week because of sickness.
Updated: 8:41 PM
Doctors say head lice are year-round problem, but lice can be even more widespread in the winter time.
Updated: 8:38 PM
The sidewalk near Saturday's hit-and-run is closed.
Updated: 2:17 PM
Two Holt teens died in the August accident. The driver who caused the accident will serve up to 30 years in prison.
Updated: 2:14 PM
The number one ranked Illinois basketball team beat Michigan State.
Updated: 1:40 PM
This is the game Spartan fans have been waiting for, some longer than others.
Updated: 8:38 PM
It's not just a childhood disorder.
Updated: 6:24 PM
As News Ten follows the 97.5 Oldies Weight-loss Challenge teams through their battle of the bulge, we take a look at which eating plans will help you in your own quest to lose weight.
Updated: 9:42 AM
Michigan will get millions of dollars more in federal heating assistance.
Updated: 3:07 PM
Lansing Democrat Debbie Stabenow may be headed for a tough re-election bid as a number of Republicans are poised to challenge her.
Updated: 1:50 PM
Some home and auto owners could see changes in the way their insurance policies are calculated.
Updated: 11:24 PM
Seven year old Chantell Buckner is dead and her sister is hospitalized after a hit and run accident Saturday evening. The two girls and a third sister were walking in the road on East Saginaw St. near Larch St.
Updated: 7:25 PM
Tickets for the MSU v. U of I game have been sold out since season tickets went on sale, but alternative sales are an option if you are willing to pay the price.
Updated: 5:48 PM
American Iraqis had the final say Sunday as they cast ballots even after polls closed on Iraqi soil in their historic election.
Updated: 7:38 PM
The Mason church destroyed by fire will rebuild on their land, strengthened by their loss.
Updated: 7:19 PM
The Eden Bretheren United Church just outside Mason caught fire Friday, calling in fire crews from all over mid-Michigan to help battle the blaze.
Updated: 7:22 AM
The controversy began with a KKK robe, but Saturday, it expands to include an auction of KKK memorabilia in a town still burdened by a reputation of hate.
Updated: 7:09 PM
State health officials say more people are visiting their doctor and emergency rooms with complaints of flu symptoms.
Updated: 6:30 PM
While Michigan residents are freezing in the cold and snow, the Great Lakes State is turning into a hot spot for winter tourists.
Updated: 1:54 PM
Health officials say it's not too late to get a flu shot and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is dealing with a surplus of vaccine.
Updated: 7:04 PM
Hoping to create more jobs, the Granholm Administration has proposed a business tax cut.
Updated: 7:07 PM
The future of the state's top school administrator could be decided within days.
Updated: 1:01 PM
MSU is considering an open-alcohol ban.
Updated: 9:51 AM
Okemos based Weyco, Inc. is making headlines across the country for its highly controversial no smoking policy. As of Jan. 1, the health benefits administrator has employees take mandatory smoking tests similar to a breathalyzer.
Updated: 9:49 AM
What should your kids eat before taking standardized tests?
Updated: 6:45 PM
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