Updated: 03/10/2005 - Ford will end production of the famous nameplate this summer, nearly a year earlier than planned.
Updated: 03/10/2005 - Flags will be flown at half-staff across to state to honor the Michigan State University grad killed in Iraq.
Updated: 03/10/2005 - The credit card information stolen from the DSW Show Warehouse Company is putting thousands of customers at risk.
Updated: 03/10/2005 - A state House committee wants to know if Michigan middle school winners of MEAP scholarships are identifiable.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - When the GM Assembly Plant in Lansing closes it's doors on May 6 many questions will be left open. Wednesday at Verlinden Elementary the public, city and GM officials gathered to discuss some of their concerns.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - Will speeding fines stay higher even though the speeding limits are dropping in East Lansing?
Updated: 03/09/2005 - Mt. Hope Elementary second-graders write letters to the troops serving in Iraq.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - A simple request to see a drivers license kick-starts a high-speed chase through Okemos, and then a standoff with a police swat team.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - The only surviving grandson of Henry Ford is retiring from the automaker's board of directors.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - While Congress debates the expansion of toll roads on the Interstate freeway system, state lawmakers in Lansing are skeptical motorists will buy the process here.
Posted: 03/09/2005 - Want to get the stress out of your life? Move to Livonia.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - Trees are being planted in Detroit in hopes of cutting down on the smog created by next year's Super Bowl traffic.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - A U.P. man was accidently shot when his cat knocked his loaded gun off the counter of his kitchen.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - A Michigan state representative wants a law requiring women to undergo an ultrasound before having an abortion.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - A new study issues warnings about energy drinks.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - Chronic kidney disease strikes one in every nine adult Americans. But health officials say most of the cases are preventable.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - The decision by the state's high court will affect people's ability to walk along the state's shoreline.