Posted: 8:41 PM Agents are trying to determine how long the planning took, how the plot was carried out and whether anyone else knew or was involved.
Updated: 2:39 AM Gardeners are more than ready to start planting after being held up by all the rain.
Updated: 5:45 PM NYPD: Part of 9/11 plane's landing gear discovered
Updated: 10:12 PM Was hit while walking home from school in Charlotte.
Updated: 4:11 PM Panel: Structures may be needed to boost lakes
Updated: 3:03 PM George Jones, country superstar, has died at 81
Posted: 3:00 PM Saturday is National Drug Take Back Day. MSP posts around the state will be collecting unwanted and unused prescription drugs.
Updated: 2:52 PM Man found living with woman's corpse in trailer
Updated: 2:53 PM The Dundee store will remain closed until further notice as employees complete a thorough cleanup and restocking process.
Posted: 12:40 PM Congress approves bill to end airport delays
Updated: 2:42 AM Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant gets ready for the Cadillac CTS
Updated: 10:10 AM Pure Michigan starts ad campaign aimed at boosting Michigan tourism
Updated: 9:20 AM Wanted for Bailey Street incident.
Updated: 10:16 AM Can Lansing afford to keep police in schools? One councilmember says maybe not. But Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero says they should not be removed.
Updated: 6:22 AM A local senator is working on a bill that would allow hospital patients to know charges before they go into procedures.
Posted: 10:43 PM Bells Brewery Inc. has received the Escanaba City Council's approval to buy property for a $2.5 million manufacturing plant in the Upper Peninsula city.
Posted: 10:19 PM The National Weather Service says the Grand River has receded within its banks in Grand Rapids, where the effects of flooding are still keeping hundreds of people out of their homes.
Posted: 10:04 PM More than 90 Detroit public schools will be open Saturday for tours as part of the district's DPS Open Doors Day and open enrollment period.
Posted: 9:57 PM House expected to vote on bill Friday.
Posted: 9:54 PM Homeowner's insurance won't pay for damage to innocent bystander's house.
Updated: 10:41 PM A proposed change to Michigan's no-fault auto insurance system would cap the state's unlimited personal injury protection coverage at $1 million.
Updated: 10:40 PM There are online videos on how to fix a broken screen and move on.
Updated: 10:40 PM Some students don't have to leave school and have their parents take them to the doctor anymore.
Posted: 4:57 PM Emergent Biosolutions will make a new bio-defense product.
Posted: 3:43 PM General Motors Co. boosted CEO Dan Akerson's pay package by 44 percent last year, as the value of his stock awards significantly increased.
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