Updated: 06/07/2005 - The nation's biggest automaker says it will save billions of dollars by eliminating 25,000 jobs in the United States over the next few years.
Updated: 06/06/2005 - The school's revised admissions policy is attracting more minority applicants.
Updated: 06/06/2005 - Detroit's Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza could be a victim of the Motor City's budget battle.
Updated: 06/06/2005 - Republicans say their plan won't require a tax or fee increase, but nobody is giving any details.
Updated: 06/06/2005 - Michigan wants to protect the Great Lakes against ocean ships bringing in exotic aquatic species.
Updated: 06/05/2005 - Resident's opposition to the development project isn't new, but now they--like their neighbors angry over the Okemos Road construction project--are filing suit.
Updated: 06/03/2005 - Diabetes is becoming more and more of a public health challenge.
Updated: 06/03/2005 - The Lansing Police Department's newest patrol is making quite a splash. Through a law enforcement loan program, Full Throttle Motor Sports donated a Yamaha Waverunner for police to use through the summer.
Updated: 06/03/2005 - The resignation comes in the midst of a campaign to move part of MSU's College of human Medicine to the Grand Rapids area.
Updated: 06/02/2005 - Under Ingham County's Friend of the Court's Jail Alternative Sentence Program, or JASP, parents that could have but didn't pay child support are given a choice: do jail time or work during the day for credit.
Updated: 06/02/2005 - It will be the first issue of an ongoing monthly series to tell "gruesome tales of an evil town."
Updated: 06/02/2005 - Respected auto industry report says General Motors is making gains in productivity, but Toyota and Chrysler come out on top.
Updated: 06/02/2005 - Mid-sized colleges take the hardest hit.