Updated: 01/17/2005 - The Food and Drug Administration is deciding on whether to allow Plan B, one of the morning after pills, to be sold without a prescription to women 16 and older.
Updated: 01/17/2005 - Michigan Republicans will send hundreds to Washington to celebrate President Bush's Thursday inauguration.
Updated: 01/17/2005 - A man taken into custody on concealed weapons charges was able to escape by driving away in the state police cruiser he was put in.
Updated: 01/14/2005 - The Food and Drug Administration shot down the request by the makers of Mevacor to sell their low-dose medication over-the-counter.
Updated: 01/14/2005 - Two days after the deadly pileup on I-96, there are still cars in auto body shops that haven't been claimed.
Updated: 01/14/2005 - The former GM Engine plant has been sold to an investment group. It will be used to support GM suppliers in the Lansing area.
Updated: 01/14/2005 - A Wayne County judge has dismissed solicitation charges against Melvin "Butch" Hollowell.
Updated: 01/13/2005 - As police and emergency crews worked overtime to help the injured, tow-truck operators cleared the scene.
Updated: 01/13/2005 - A portion of the highway had to be closed to traffic to allow crews time to clean up after Wednesday's 200 car pileup.
Updated: 01/13/2005 - Once again the state isn't taking in enough money to pay its bills.
Updated: 01/13/2005 - A Republican member of the state's high court says she will resign later this year.
Updated: 01/13/2005 - Many Mid-Michigan residents are finding flooded basements because of a back-up of a sewer drain.
Updated: 01/12/2005 - More than 200 cars were involved in a massive pileup which occurred in heavy fog on I-96. Two people were killed in separate accidents, one in the west bound lane near mile marker 118 near Williamston Road and the other on east bound lane, near mile marker 115 near Meridian Road.
Updated: 01/12/2005 - The ice may be dangerous for fishermen.
Updated: 02/10/2005 - Nearby the state capital, educational leaders met and focused on what the state board of education's president called an ongoing budget crisis.
Updated: 01/11/2005 - A group of British scientists warn children to limit their cell phone use.