Updated: 05/20/2005 - May is National Osteoporosis Month and the U.S. Surgeon General hopes more Americans listen to the warnings and take their advice.
Updated: 05/20/2005 - The budget balancing act started with a deficit of $12 million, but now it seems the end is in sight and so is a balanced budget.
Updated: 05/19/2005 - You've probably noticed a lot of empty desks at work Thursday, and chances are it's because of the Star Wars bug.
Updated: 05/17/2005 - Find out if you're paying too much for your meds.
Updated: 05/17/2005 - Despite some bad news on the job front, the health care industry continues to boom.
Updated: 05/15/2005 - A Fowlerville teen inflicted with a rare brain disorder sees her made-over room, thanks to a team of volunteers from MSU and money from Meijer.
Updated: 05/15/2005 - School officials say a provision in state law limits the use of the money in their millage, and now they'll need to appeal to city residents to properly use tech funds.
Updated: 05/14/2005 - Some Lansing city council members worked through the weekend, looking to resolve remaining controversy over $6.8 million in cuts that must be made from the city's $104 million budget.
Updated: 05/13/2005 - You may not think of the night before prom as the perfect time to simulate a deadly car crash, but some police and fire departments do because too often they've had to deal with drinking and driving related car accidents on prom night.
Updated: 05/13/2005 - It's a soggy weekend for three area fundraisers for the American Cancer Society.
Updated: 05/12/2005 - A local 15-year-old girl with a rare brain disorder will wake up in a brand new bedroom this weekend.