You know the grade, but do you know what was done to get it and what else is happening in the classroom to try to achieve adequate yearly progress?
Updated: 7:16 AM
The Food and Drug Administration is creating a new system to better regulate supplements.
Updated: 6:07 PM
The University of Michigan has announced a $46 million expansion to its art and archaeology museums.
Updated: 10:29 AM
Central Michigan University students are racing against the clock hoping to find an alligator spotted earlier in a farm pond near Mt. Pleasant.
Updated: 10:20 AM
General Motors says they plan on closing down the Lansing Car Assembly Plant on November 22, 23 and 24 because of market conditions.
Updated: 11:07 AM
After its first year, Club Keno has generated more than $55 million for Michigan schools, but lotto commissioner Gary Peters says he's worried about the future of the lottery because of Proposition One.
Updated: 8:00 AM
Report cards for High Schools across the state are out and educators are finding out if their students are making adequate yearly progress. It's the second installment since the federal government started requiring the assessment as part of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Updated: 4:00 PM
The number of confirmed cases in Ingham County continues to rise.
Updated: 5:51 PM
Lawmakers return to a lame duck session with talk of cooperation.
Updated: 6:39 PM
People from overseas give their reaction to America's election process.
Updated: 1:10 PM
Although President Bush won the popular vote by more than three million, it was still just 52 percent of the vote.
Updated: 1:15 PM
Exit polls estimate nine percent of 18- to 24-year-olds voted on Tuesday. This is the same turn-out from that age group in 2000.
Updated: 1:09 PM
At a news conference Wednesday, Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land praised Michigan's 65 percent voter turnout. But there's always a dark cloud and it wasn't just weather related this year.
Updated: 6:26 PM
Mike Rogers wins the 8th Congressional District seat.
Updated: 8:28 AM
Jackson County Clerk Sandy Crowley expects turnout could be as high as 75 percent. The interest in the presidency, plus many challenged incumbents in township races, is driving the high number.
Updated: 5:53 PM
Voters reported disturbances from poll-watchers for "Move On Political Action Commitee."
Updated: 10:15 AM
From answering phones to answering questions, the Ingham County Clerk's office is buzzing with excitement on the eve of Election Day.
Updated: 9:21 AM
Researchers at the University of Michigan say getting the "youth vote" is good for both candidates and voters.
Updated: 6:20 PM
Less than 24 hours before polls open, voters are still fuzzy on the details of the proposals on the ballot. Read on to understand.
Updated: 9:59 AM
Two-hundred Michigan National Guard members return home from Cuba.
Updated: 2:47 PM
Former Vice President Al Gore rallied Lansing voters to get out the vote for the John Kerry.
Updated: 2:51 PM
City clerks sent the final batch of absentee ballots out Saturday at 2 p.m. as voters used special weekend hours to put in last-minute requests.
Updated: 6:11 PM
This Halloween law enforcement officials have new programs to monitor pedophiles while kids are out trick-or-treating.
Updated: 8:41 AM
Chris and Andre Heinz visit MSU with celebs on hand to bring young voters into the fold.
Updated: 7:24 PM
With four days to go until Election Day, the Vice President made a campaign stop in Dimondale.
Updated: 7:22 PM
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