Richard Headlee, who ran for governor and campaigned on limited government spending, has died.
Updated: 12:11 PM
Alcohol poisoning cases prompt small college administrators to take action against campus alcohol consumption.
Updated: 12:10 PM
After four years of not allowing students from outside the area to participate in the schools of choice program the DeWitt School Board voted 5 to 2 in favor of it.
Updated: 9:01 AM
Critics claim the US government is using a backdoor draft to boost military numbers.
Updated: 9:55 AM
LCC's new facility is home to an alternative energy program and equipment to advance old programs into a digital age.
Updated: 7:47 PM
A fourth grade classroom window at Holt's Horizon Elementary School is damaged, and thousands of dollars worth of computer related equipment are gone.
Updated: 7:50 PM
The man once known as the "Doctor of Death" says his health is failing quickly, and he is hoping that Governor Granholm will release him from prison.
Updated: 3:26 PM
A small plane crashed into a neighborhood near Detroit City Airport. The two people aboard survived. At least two homes burn.
Updated: 3:12 PM
Even though applications to MSU were down this year, the freshman class is larger than last year.
Updated: 12:29 PM
The interim Prime Minister of Iraq has declared a state of emergency for the next 60 days.
Updated: 7:51 AM
Mt. Hope Road facility home to technical programs that will prepare a new kind of Michigan worker
Updated: 2:57 PM
Do holiday decorations actually make shoppers buy more?
Updated: 6:25 PM
After their contract expired on Halloween, health care professionals at Sparrow Hospital have authorized a strike vote in the event a deal cannot be reached.
Updated: 7:14 AM
You know the grade, but do you know what was done to get it and what else is happening in the classroom to try to achieve adequate yearly progress?
Updated: 7:16 AM
The Food and Drug Administration is creating a new system to better regulate supplements.
Updated: 6:07 PM
The University of Michigan has announced a $46 million expansion to its art and archaeology museums.
Updated: 10:29 AM
Central Michigan University students are racing against the clock hoping to find an alligator spotted earlier in a farm pond near Mt. Pleasant.
Updated: 10:20 AM
General Motors says they plan on closing down the Lansing Car Assembly Plant on November 22, 23 and 24 because of market conditions.
Updated: 11:07 AM
After its first year, Club Keno has generated more than $55 million for Michigan schools, but lotto commissioner Gary Peters says he's worried about the future of the lottery because of Proposition One.
Updated: 8:00 AM
Report cards for High Schools across the state are out and educators are finding out if their students are making adequate yearly progress. It's the second installment since the federal government started requiring the assessment as part of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Updated: 4:00 PM
The number of confirmed cases in Ingham County continues to rise.
Updated: 5:51 PM
Lawmakers return to a lame duck session with talk of cooperation.
Updated: 6:39 PM
People from overseas give their reaction to America's election process.
Updated: 1:10 PM
Although President Bush won the popular vote by more than three million, it was still just 52 percent of the vote.
Updated: 1:15 PM
Exit polls estimate nine percent of 18- to 24-year-olds voted on Tuesday. This is the same turn-out from that age group in 2000.
Updated: 1:09 PM
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