Updated: 5:46 PM Daniel Horton suspended following domestic violence charges. He will not play against Michigan State.
Updated: 5:42 PM Five players facing charges in last fall's Palace brawl post $500 bonds.
Updated: 5:09 PM Roughly 60 trailer park residents in Meridian Township may get kicked out.
Updated: 1:28 PM LCC says its campus is safe.
Updated: 7:22 PM Lansing Mayor Benavides appoints special commission at State of City to address neighborhoods in light of school closing.
Updated: 8:51 AM With tradition and emotion, family, friends and fellow firefighters gather to say goodbye to Summit Township Fire Captain Scott Thornton.
Updated: 6:09 PM British psychologist Dr. Cliff Arnall's equation finds Monday to be the worst day of the year.
Updated: 4:50 PM For the second time a judge has ruled that a Lansing man was insane during a July shooting spree along US 127.
Updated: 2:19 PM Erosion of the bottom Lake St. Clair is causing problems for the Great Lakes.
Updated: 11:42 AM General Motors has announced a dramatic cut-back in production of the Chevy SSR, raising concerns about potential layoffs.
Updated: 6:56 PM The expected drop in temperature is keeping the city of Portland on alert as ice continues to build on the Grand River near the city's dam.
Updated: 6:48 PM The emergency combination drug therapy is now recommended for more people potentially at risk.
Updated: 1:50 PM Michigan man had accused the Boy Scouts of violating the constitutional ban on religious discrimination.
Updated: 8:46 PM Pounding the pavement, roughly 50 peaceful protesters rallied at the Capital Thursday while MSU College Republicans hosted a watch party.
Updated: 5:09 PM The state Democratic Party chair takes the Bush administration to task on Inaugural spending.
Updated: 5:00 PM Doctors are suing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, accusing the insurer of forcing lower fees on them.
Updated: 1:34 PM Michigan native Gerald Ford is the only living president who didn't attend Thursday's inauguration.