Updated: 01/06/2005 - An unidentified man is believed to be the first human to contract bovine tuberculosis. He was infected while field-dressing a deer this past October.
Updated: 01/06/2005 - A Michigan legal group collects odd warnings on consumer products.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - 20 members of the Sri Lankan Student Association are coming together to set up a relief fund that if focusing on helping to rebuild at least one school in the battered region.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - Helpful links to Michigan road conditions.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - A registered nurse at Sparrow Health Systems feels compelled to help victims of the tsunami.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - Granholm opens the door to a gas tax discussion, but a top Republican slams it shut.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - There was a potentially dangerous situation Wednesday on the campus of Lansing Community College. A suspected gunman possibly linked to a shooting in Berrien County avoided police and ran inside a campus building.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - Lansing has appealed the change, but 2005 federal funding for low-income housing takes a $1.2 million dollar chink out of their $3 million budget.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - A law passed Monday will fill the legal gap left by a state Supreme Court ruling. It will allow the visitation agreements between grandparents and their grandchildren to continue.
Updated: 01/04/2005 - Local elementary school students plan to raise money to donate to the Red Cross.
Updated: 01/04/2005 - The line was long Tuesday morning outside of Expressions Custom Furniture in Okemos as the state's Treasury Department held a public auction.
Updated: 01/04/2005 - Governor Granholm has ordered that flags in Michigan be lowered to half staff in memory of victims.
Posted: 01/03/2005 - A campaign to get affirmative action on the ballot is close to having enough signatures.
Updated: 01/03/2005 - Betsey DeVos picks a Lansing businessman as her favored successor.
Updated: 01/03/2005 - Local people are signing away what will amount to millions of dollars, in personal checks and on company letterhead.
Updated: 01/03/2005 - As the death toll rises in Southeast Asia, World Health officials say thousands more can be killed by the outbreak of infectious diseases.
Updated: 01/03/2005 - A former Bloomfield Hills woman is one of thousands of Americans still missing after the Tsunami hit Southeast Asia eight days ago.
Updated: 01/03/2005 - Angela Foust, 36, and her boyfriend have been missing a week from Koah Lak Island where they were vacationing in Thailand.
Updated: 01/01/2005 - Mourners of all colors met to remember victims of the tsunami--those who died and those who are struggling to make lives for themselves--at the Bharatiya Temple in Haslett.
Updated: 01/01/2005 - Some suggestions to help avoid suffering a hangover on the first day of the New Year.