Updated: 01/11/2005 - A group of British scientists warn children to limit their cell phone use.
Updated: 01/11/2005 - Politics and red ink will frame the new state legislature.
Updated: 01/11/2005 - The former Secretary of State and now second term member of congress says she won't run for Stabenow's Senate seat.
Updated: 01/10/2005 - Mid-Michigan continues to lend a financial hand to tsunami victims. Most recently, Michigan State University launched a massive effort called MSU Tsunami Relief Fund.
Updated: 01/10/2005 - Because the IRS now recognizes obesity as a health concern, many expenses associated with battling the bulge may be deductible.
Updated: 01/08/2005 - The environmental group worries manure runoff is contaminating the Grand River.
Updated: 01/07/2005 - Gap and Evergreen Grill close their doors, leaving the city of East Lansing with space to fill.
Updated: 01/07/2005 - It's been in the works for five months. With the deal done and the sale of Watertown Township's John Henry Company out in the open, its CEO says he sees expansion and financial growth in the future.
Updated: 01/07/2005 - Health officials say this may be your last opportunity to protect yourself from the flu.
Updated: 01/07/2005 - The Lansing School district voted in favor of a retirement progam to help cut away at it's $10 to $12 million dollar budget deficit for next year.
Updated: 01/06/2005 - An unidentified man is believed to be the first human to contract bovine tuberculosis. He was infected while field-dressing a deer this past October.
Updated: 01/06/2005 - A Michigan legal group collects odd warnings on consumer products.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - 20 members of the Sri Lankan Student Association are coming together to set up a relief fund that if focusing on helping to rebuild at least one school in the battered region.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - Helpful links to Michigan road conditions.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - A registered nurse at Sparrow Health Systems feels compelled to help victims of the tsunami.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - Granholm opens the door to a gas tax discussion, but a top Republican slams it shut.
Updated: 01/05/2005 - There was a potentially dangerous situation Wednesday on the campus of Lansing Community College. A suspected gunman possibly linked to a shooting in Berrien County avoided police and ran inside a campus building.