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MEAP Results Are Encouraging

Posted: 03/09/2006 - Michigan education officials say the latest round of MEAP results is encouraging.

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School Land Dispute

Updated: 03/09/2006 - The former 'School for the Blind' campus in Lansing is up for sale. The two buyers, the city of Lansing and the Mid-Michigan Leadership Academy, continue to debate how to divide the property.

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New Business Study

Updated: 03/09/2006 - Western Michigan's new study shows new business leaders are looking to re-locate to states with an educated workforce. So how does Michigan compare?

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Centerpoint

Updated: 03/09/2006 - An innovative Internet-based student management system is getting rave reviews from parents, teachers, and students in the Bath School District.

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Michigan Unemployment Dips

Updated: 03/09/2006 - The state's unemployment rate dipped to its lowest level in years, but remains above the national average.

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DeWitt Taxpayers Could Get Money Back

Updated: 03/08/2006 - The City of DeWitt is roughly half a million dollars in the black. The city could give the money directly back to taxpayers, lower the tax rates, or hang on to the money for later.

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Taking Stock

Updated: 03/07/2006 - The court takes a break Tuesday from Lisa and Tim Holland's preliminary exam. It's a hearing on pace to be among the longest in Ingham County history. So why is it taking so long? And are prosecutors making their case?

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New Road Jobs

Posted: 03/07/2006 - 7000 new road jobs are slated for this year and next under a new state program.

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GM Announces Pension Changes

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Salaried employees will be affected by changes in the automakers pension benefits.

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Holland Hearing: Day 5

Updated: 03/07/2006 - A jail mate of Lisa Holland's takes the stand and says Lisa admitted to her that she killed her adoptive son Ricky.

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Cunningham Backs Out

Updated: 03/06/2006 - Gov. Granholm's appointee to direct the Department of Labor and Economic Growth, former LCC President Paula Cunningham, has withdrawn her name from consideration. Cunningham taking the job may have been illegal.

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Tougher High School Requirements

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Governor Granholm urges the state Senate to reject a House plan allowing tenth graders to opt out of a tougher high school graduation curriculum.

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Cunningham Backs Out

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Former Lansing Community College President Paula Cunningham has backed out of a job running the state's economic department.

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