Updated: 08/31/2005 - The Michigan Department of Transportation says they've received an increase in calls about their ride share program. Saying the program saves commuters hundreds of dollars by matching-up similar drivers through car pooling.
Updated: 08/31/2005 - They may be playing hooky, but the Lansing School District isn't playing around when it comes to kids cutting class.
Updated: 08/31/2005 - After two days of frantic phone calls, Janice Stadley of Williamston, finally got the news Tuesday night she's been waiting for.
Updated: 08/30/2005 - General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner says the company will miss earnings estimates for 2005, but he says the problems are being fixed.
Updated: 08/30/2005 - Michigan students are scoring higher on the SAT's math section.
Updated: 08/29/2005 - Bath Township police said Monday evening that 53-year-old Jose Herrera of Lansing and 56-year-old Peggy Smith were the two killed in Saturday morning's accident on I-69.
Updated: 08/29/2005 - The American Red Cross launches its largest mobilization effort in history for a single natural disaster.
Updated: 08/29/2005 - Five schools are closed, but the rest of the district is back in their respective buildings. Administrators report a smooth transition on this first day.
Updated: 08/27/2005 - As more than 8,000 Jewish settlers left the Gaza Strip, a mid-Michigan man watched that pullout with special interest. Just back from Gaza, he's head of an outreach organization that's worked to bring peace there for years.
Updated: 08/26/2005 - The Jackson Transportation Authority says more people are choosing the latter.
Updated: 08/26/2005 - After fearing they may be forced out of their homes to make way for new condos, a senior citizen community thinks they may be staying put.
Updated: 08/25/2005 - Existing and prospective businesses in the downtown Lansing area are pulling for a new, long-term deal to keep the Lugnuts in the Capital City.
Updated: 03/07/2006 - Lansing Community College opens its new $24.5 million health and human services building to students Wednesday.
Updated: 08/25/2005 - Seventeen people landed themselves in jail Wednesday night after a raucous evening of celebrations near MSU. Chalk it up to "Welcome Week" as students move back to East Lansing after summer break.