Updated: 9:55 PM The State of Michigan is finding cigarette buyers who don't pay taxes.
Updated: 9:33 AM At least one Lansing city council member says they've found $500,000 in their 2006 budget.
Updated: 6:14 PM Grand Ledge's Police Chief calls it a petty prank gone bad.
Updated: 9:36 AM A new $1.2 million robot will give surgeons at Sparrow Hospital unprecedented control.
Updated: 3:24 PM The House GOP leadership is considering a plan to impose the state sales tax on attorney services.
Updated: 2:42 PM A Lenawee soldier dies from non-combat inuries.
Updated: 2:40 PM People who buy cigarettes over the Internet are getting letters from the state of Michigan informing them that they owe cigarette taxes.
Updated: 9:29 AM A film crew from Los Angles was mixed in among dozens attending a Lansing Loves General Motors Appreciation Rally.
Updated: 8:02 PM Commissioners for The Lansing Board of Water and Light Tuesday night unanimously approved a rate increase for water and electric customers.
Updated: 9:32 AM When General Motors Lansing Operations reduces staff or shuts down plants, like it did earlier this month, employees are given options.
Updated: 9:27 AM If a Michigan law passes, it will require all public school coaches to be first aid certified by July of 2007.
Updated: 2:08 PM Another major stock rating company has downgraded General Motors stock to junk status.
Updated: 12:15 PM Michigan senators have approved a bill that would use e-mail to track sex offenders.
Updated: 11:45 AM Not all the Michigan judges up for Senate confirmation will get a vote despite a deal to avoid a filibuster fight.
Updated: 8:51 AM If it looks too good to be true, chances are it is. We took to the streets, the phones, and the Internet to find out what's the catch?
Updated: 8:53 AM There were some sighs of relief in East Lansing, as the city found money to keep funding some non-profit organizations next year.
Updated: 8:55 AM Spartan Chassis in Charlotte has a $13 million order to help build about 120 military vehicles for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Updated: 8:59 AM It started on the grounds of Ionia's Skatepark and ended up all over the Internet.
Updated: 9:03 AM New research shows the benefits of Vitamin D and casts doubt on dermatologists recommendations.
Updated: 8:57 AM Shocking video of a Florida school bus driver hitting a student is raising eyebrows and questions: How would this scene play out in mid-Michigan?
Updated: 11:07 AM A local auctioneer sells the estate of Robert Miles, a sale that's been chased out of community after community. It goes off with little fanfare in his hometown of Howell.
Updated: 9:06 AM The 42nd Annual art festival draws tens of thousands on a beautiful day.
Updated: 7:07 PM May is National Osteoporosis Month and the U.S. Surgeon General hopes more Americans listen to the warnings and take their advice.
Updated: 6:53 PM The budget balancing act started with a deficit of $12 million, but now it seems the end is in sight and so is a balanced budget.
Updated: 8:51 AM The State of Michigan gives the green light to a new $50 million facility.
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