In Jackson County, a judge is expected to hand down a ruling regarding Angela Cole. Her body was found in the Grand River back in March of 2002. Her estranged husband Chester Cole and his sister Ellen Rose are charged with her death.
Updated: 8:52 AM
State, local and community leaders in St. Johns met with Federal Mogul on the state of their business. Despite some worker worries, the company did not say it planed to move to another location or country – at least not yet.
Updated: 8:02 AM
Michigan State University is considering many options for expanding the programs offered at the College of Human Medicine.
Updated: 6:17 PM
Lansing City Police are looking for people that may be involved in two separate incidents that took place Monday night.
Updated: 5:45 PM
The Michigan legislature returns to action this week for the new legislative year facing a problem it tackled in the old year, another whopping budget deficit.
Updated: 9:52 AM
Despite accidents, complaints and icy covered roads during the last big snow fall city officials say their policy is successful.
Updated: 9:01 AM
It's the beginning of a six-month battle involving affirmative action and a proposed petition for the November election.
Updated: 6:42 PM
Several state senators are asking the Michigan Department of Corrections to work more closely with neighborhoods where prisons are located.
Updated: 5:59 PM
It happens all too often. Children get their hand on poisonous products like cleaning solutions or medicines and they swallow it.
Updated: 4:18 PM
It may not amount to much, but tax preparers say there have been some changes made that you should be aware of come tax time.
Updated: 6:49 PM
Those with hypertension should be warned about using decongestants
Updated: 6:04 PM
Michigan's Attorney General has removed himself from the 2006 race for governor against Jennifer Granholm.
Updated: 5:04 PM
It's no secret schools are facing tough decisions because of budget cuts to state aid funding. But new numbers recently released have some school officials breathing a sigh of relief.
Updated: 4:55 PM
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Task Force will be looking into a number of cold murder cases going back as far as 1968.
Updated: 7:58 AM
A Meridian Township man was arrested early Thursday morning on charges of child pornography.
Updated: 5:59 PM
The chair of the MSU board of trustees is denying speculation that university president M. Peter McPherson may be leaving.
Updated: 11:36 AM
Chamber of Commerce denounces sales tax plan from the state's education lobby.
Updated: 11:33 AM
A Lansing man has been arrested for the murder of an alleged robbery accomplice, the city's first slaying of the year.
Updated: 6:35 PM
A Lansing mother of three will spend the next 15 to 35 years in prison for the murder of her boyfriend, James Wilkerson.
Updated: 8:10 AM
Protecting yourself from the cold-related injuries.
Updated: 5:58 PM
While the temperature and the wind chill dip below zero in parts of mid-Michigan, profits may rise for some local business.
Updated: 8:11 AM
It was a struggle to stay warm Tuesday as blowing snow, chilling wind and cold temperatures hit mid-Michigan for the first time this winter.
Updated: 6:51 PM
The Lansing man who escaped from a state prison is back in custody after being captured in Montana Tuesday following a high-speed chase.
Updated: 6:47 PM
The Michigan Department of Community Health says flu season in Michigan hasn't peaked yet.
Updated: 8:12 AM
General Motors sales figures are out and they show calendar year car sales took a dip in 2003 compared to the previous year.
Updated: 4:31 PM
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