The state Board of Education hopes to select a new superintendent of public instruction by the end of the month.
Updated: 1:48 PM
The man accused of shooting two Battle Creek police officers, killing one of them, has been arrested in a Detroit suburb.
Updated: 1:43 PM
General Motors announces a new assignment for its top midsize vehicle executive.
Updated: 1:00 PM
Jackson Schools already approved a $3.1 million dollar cut, but now comes all the detail behind the trimming including four administrator positions.
Updated: 9:58 AM
East Lansing appoints a riot review commission.
Updated: 9:34 PM
Delta Township says two parts manufacturers will build in their community, offering up hundreds of spots on the assembly line. The companies won't confirm their plans, but Delta Township says the development is on the fast track.
Updated: 10:02 AM
Michigan is the only state with a law that prevents consumers from suing drug manufacturers for claims of damages caused by drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Updated: 10:00 AM
Flowers are one of the most popular gifts for moms on Mother's Day, making for a busy work week at local floral shops.
Updated: 9:17 AM
Saturday marked the second of three Michigan State University graduation days. Among the graduates is a former migrant worker now the first in her family to earn a college degree.
Updated: 9:20 AM
As the doors at the Lansing Car Assembly Plant closed Friday, new MIchigan State University graduates were hoping doors would open for them in the job market.
Updated: 10:02 PM
The most recent elementary and middle school MEAP scores are in. The news is good for the Lansing School District.
Updated: 5:32 PM
Marijuana supporters are circulating petitions favoring regulated marijuana sales in Michigan.
Updated: 1:23 PM
MSU's theater says their computer system security was breached.
Updated: 10:15 AM
The Visiting Nurse Services of Michigan recommends all high school seniors planning to go to college in the fall get the "Menactra" Vaccine to protect against meningitis.
Updated: 6:00 PM
General Motors' LCA Body Shop employees finished their last vehicle Thursday and shipped it over to the Chassis Plant where it will roll off the line Friday morning.
Updated: 10:18 AM
Northwest Airlines has announced it is switching its light beer supplier.
Updated: 5:39 PM
It will be launched later this year, but GM employees are testing driving 21 Hummers around mid-Michigan for two weeks.
Updated: 9:48 AM
More than 400,000 school-aged kids across Michigan participated in ACES, or All Children Exercising Simultaneously.
Updated: 9:52 AM
ELPD releases its report on the April 2 riots.
Updated: 4:03 PM
Voters reject the bond proposal in Jackson's Northwest School District for a sixth time.
Updated: 11:31 AM
Lansing's city council hashes out a budget that will likely mean higher fees and fewer hours for city parks and other recreation.
Updated: 6:33 PM
Ingham County voters cast optical scan ballots for the first time during the year's second special election.
Updated: 11:44 AM
A 28-year-old Haslett native is Michigan's latest Iraq casualty.
Posted: 4:38 PM
The downtown Lansing Ottawa powerstation also called the old Board of Water and Light building may be on track to be sold through an August ballot vote.
Updated: 11:34 AM
The US Supreme Court rules on Michigan's high-school sports schedule.
Updated: 9:58 PM
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