Updated: 06/21/2005 - State lawmakers say price tags on items aren't necessary if scanners are available.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - The Detroit city office that acts as a liaison to Hollywood will close due to budget cuts.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - The proposed community service requirement for MEAP scholarships may be abandoned after the Attorney General says it is void because it does not relate to academic achievement.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - Michigan lawmakers in Washington are campaigning to have a federal building in Detroit named after Rosa Parks.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - The Eaton County Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Council receives over 100 reports of child abuse per month.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - A 14-year-old boy died Sunday evening in the Kalamazoo River at Albion's Victory Park in what authorities call an "accidental drowning."
Updated: 06/20/2005 - Many people associate cold sores with times of stress or the winter months, but the summertime also presents risks.
Updated: 06/18/2005 - The loved ones of Jackson's violent crime victims unveil a memorial for their deceased family members after years of fundraising. They believe it's the first of its kind.
Updated: 06/18/2005 - Blackman Township Public Safety officers arrest a 14-month-old's dad, after finding blunt head trauma killed his baby girl.
Updated: 06/17/2005 - Potterville's favorite annual event didn't always share a name with the city's popular culinary icon.
Updated: 06/17/2005 - NASCAR, campers and cash are flowing into the tiny village of Brooklyn this weekend. It's the first race weekend of the year at Michigan International Speedway.
Updated: 06/17/2005 - Local pharmacists stop at the Capitol Friday as part of a 23-city national tour to highlight the personal care of pharmacists and preserve their capability to help customers.
Updated: 06/17/2005 - Grammy-winner Ronald Winans dies from heart disease at age of 48.
Updated: 06/17/2005 - Shortly before report card day began at a Detroit elementary school, an armed man robbed two teachers.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - Prohibiting Michigan wineries from selling over the Internet would stop out-of-state wineries from shipping into the state.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - Michigan's Agriculture Director says he's leaving his post.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - A Michigan man will go to prison after admitting he threatened Vice President Dick Cheney during a visit to Lansing.
Updated: 06/16/2005 - A mid-Michigan business catches the eye of Bill Gates.