Updated: 04/20/2005 - Lead by medical students from Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine, people rallied at the Capitol Wednesday to make a difference in the nation's healthcare system.
Updated: 04/20/2005 - Governor Granholm says she is deeply disappointed that the GOP legislature is not moving faster on her job creating agenda.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - Bishop Carl Mengeling, of the Diocese of Lansing, says he's not surprised by the appointment of Pope Benedict XVI, although his age may come as a shock to some.
Posted: 04/19/2005 - A 21-year-old Genesee County native is the latest Michigan solider to die in Iraq.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - Governor Jennifer Granholm orders the sell of five state aircraft to cut costs.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - The world's biggest automaker reports losses of $1.1 billion.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - For more than two decades, he has been the cardinal in charge of Vatican doctrine.
Updated: 04/18/2005 - People in Hamby Township are upset over firearms training.
Updated: 04/18/2005 - It's been sixteen days since the Pontiff passed away and St. Mary Cathedral continues to be a sanctuary for people to pray, reflect and celebrate. The praises continue on day one of the Conclave.
Updated: 04/18/2005 - After hitting record highs, the price of gasoline in Michigan is beginning to fall.
Updated: 04/17/2005 - Some state lawmakers are hoping to pass a bill to ban smoking in all restaurants and bars throughout Michigan.
Updated: 04/17/2005 - An abandoned building in Owosso is engulfed in flames.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Mercury contamination forces school officials to quarantine students and staff at the Litchfield Elementary School.
Posted: 04/15/2005 - The Collins Road Post Office in Lansing made it easy for last-minute tax filers to make the deadline.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Six more women have come forward saying they have been contacted by Gregg Mayes. He's the Lansing man accused of using a modeling agent alias to lure woman to hotel rooms to sexually assault them.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan will stop using Social Security numbers on members' identity cards.