Updated: 12/19/2005 - The independent prosecutor will look into campaign finance spending by Southfield lawyer Geoffrey Fieger.
Updated: 12/18/2005 - Their district is, once again, facing a budget shortfall of $1.2 million dollars. To offset that, Lansing teachers are considering striking a deal to give back a portion of a promised pay raise in exchange for a guarantee from the school district that they won't layoff teachers this school year.
Updated: 12/16/2005 - A bill signed today by Governor Granholm allows bars to stay open later, but last call remains the same.
Updated: 12/16/2005 - A planned attempt to break a Groucho Marx look-alike record was put on hold by snow.
Updated: 12/15/2005 - Governor Granholm has signed a bill into law that will allow direct shipments of wine to consumers.
Updated: 12/13/2005 - Michigan native Gerald Ford goes to the hospital with what is described as a "horrible cold."
Updated: 12/13/2005 - Michigan state senators had a heated debate over what to call the decorated tree in front of the Capital.
Updated: 12/12/2005 - General Motors' credit rating continues to sink.