Updated: 6:58 PM New technology helps patients stay home.
Updated: 8:21 PM AIDS awareness advocates march silently down Grand River Ave., hoping to bring attention to their cause.
Updated: 2:25 PM The state of Michigan has created a new position to help improve the 911 system.
Updated: 6:06 PM The cap on liquor prices in Michigan has been removed, but does that mean prices will go up?
Updated: 2:16 PM U.S. officials say Tom Ridge has resigned after 23 months as the nation's first Homeland Security Secretary.
Updated: 1:12 PM The Okemos Road Project is getting more complex.
Updated: 9:14 PM A 55-year-old schoolteacher from Okemos went missing Saturday. Police found her, wandering and confused, between Williamston and Webberville Monday afternoon.
Updated: 6:15 PM A study by the "Detroit News" shows thousands of nursing home patients die from malnutrition and dehydration. Local experts disagree with findings.
Updated: 6:12 PM A Michigan state representative says he will oppose health benefits for state employees in gay partnerships.
Updated: 1:38 PM Identity theft is among the issues in the state Senate. The House is considering improving their own benefits.
Updated: 1:42 PM Michigan historical markers are becoming popular targets for thieves.
Updated: 1:52 PM Union and hospital reps met Saturday to nail down contracts and stop a looming strike.
Updated: 1:47 PM Retailers debate what is "the busiest shopping day of the year" each holiday season. Do Black Friday deals bring in the big bucks? And who misses out?
Updated: 10:04 PM Stores stockings, customers mapping out plans of attack, and shoppers taking advantage of Thanksgiving Day sales
Updated: 12:31 AM Snow and Thanksgiving, combined, give retailers a boost.