- Using data that car insurance fraud is prevalent in more than half of Michigan's counties, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced a crackdown she says could save all Michigan residents money, Monday.
- Michigan schools are getting millions of dollars less in state funding than they were half a decade ago, even though the economy's getting better. News Ten's Brian Johnson tell us what kind of impact it's having in the classroom.
- MSU Campus Conservatives protested outside the MSU Board of Trustees meeting, Friday, calling for further punishment of Prof. William Penn, following his in-class rant about Republicans.
- Is there a toll road in Michigan's future? The state is trying to find the money to fix our roads, and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce says toll roads might be part of a good solution.
- A Lansing woman has tried for nearly three years to get a street sign installed saying that her son, who has Autism, lives on that street. The City of Lansing says they're reviewing their signage laws.