Updated: 11/17/2004 - A new study released by the University of Michigan shows people are finding increasing satisfaction with sweet and smoking vices.
Updated: 11/17/2004 - Michigan unemployment improved slightly in October. However, it remains above the national unemployment rate.
Updated: 11/17/2004 - Fifty-one-year-old Coral Eugene Watts has been found guilty of killing a Detroit area woman 25 years ago. Watts confessed to a dozen other killings more than 20 years ago.
Updated: 11/17/2004 - Health officials have confirmed it is the Norwalk virus that caused more than one-hundred students to get sick at Fowlerville High School.
Updated: 11/17/2004 - A man found dead in Hillsdale may have been accidentally shot by deer hunters.
Updated: 11/16/2004 - Dr. James Kursch of the Sparrow Senior Center will be speaking at a seminar to discuss advances in treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
Updated: 11/16/2004 - President Bush has nominated national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to become the next secretary of state.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - The State Commission on Patient Safety held an open hearing Monday to discuss ways to combat medical errors.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - Michigan's 14-year-old age limit for firearm big game hunting is higher than Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana, and may drive young hunters to take aim elsewhere.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - A Marine from Mount Pleasant has been killed in Iraq.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - Michigan prison guards are in court challenging a state decision to leave manned guard towers unstaffed during the evening and night.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - Top State Department officials say Secretary of State Colin Powell has announced his resignation.
Updated: 11/15/2004 - Jackson police are investigating a suspicious apartment fire. Dozens were forced to evacuate their homes.
Updated: 11/13/2004 - The five-hour tailgate limit meant many began their pre-game party while still parked near campus.