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Outgoing Lawmakers Say Farewells

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Michigan legislators forced out by term limits are saying goodbye to their colleauges. One sings his farewell.

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More FBI Agents for Michigan

Updated: 12/09/2004 - The additional agents will beef up the Bureau's counter-terrorism abilities in Michigan.

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Recycling Troubles in Rural Ingham County

Updated: 12/09/2004 - After more than ten years of providing recycling pick-up for certain parts of rural Ingham County, Waste Management, INC will cease those services January 1, 2006.

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Jackson Schools Brace for Cuts

Updated: 12/09/2004 - According to the President of the union representing more then 50 custodians, Steve Raymond, "He expects layoffs in the near future."

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Injured Soldier Shares His Story

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Six days into a seven month tour of duty in Iraq, Staff Sergeant Jason Alderman is hit with debris from a grenade blasting the ground just feet from where he was standing.

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Flu Clinics

Updated: 12/08/2004 - The public health order restricting flu vaccine for only high-risk people will be lifted Thursday.

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Hollister Urged to Run

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Former Lansing Mayor David Hollister has been approached to run for the job again.

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Pacers Charged in Palace Brawl

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Five players for the Indiana pacers have been charged for participating in a fight with Pistons fans at the Palace.

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Jackson and Ingham Flu Shot Preparations

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Both Jackson and Ingham County Health Departments are securing more flu shots and bolstering personnel for when the state drops its restrictions on who can receive the influenza vaccine Thursday.

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Eaton County Settles Lawsuit

Updated: 12/07/2004 - A Delta Township man shot by sheriff's deputies gets an apology and money.

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Flu Shot Restrictions Lifted

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Thursday the general public will have the opportunity to get immunized for the flu. It's the first time since the state restricted the shots to only those people at most risk including the elderly, pregnant women and the chronically ill.

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MSU Leads in Homeland Security Food Safety

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Outgoing Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson warned of terrorists contaminated America's food supply, but MSU is on the forefront of food protection.

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Kids and Steroids

Updated: 12/07/2004 - With recent news about professional baseball players using steroids, local coaches worry about the message student-athletes are getting.

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Seven Signs of Terrorism

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Michigan State Police use a video to alert citizens to their role in the War on Terror.

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