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Possible Flu Shot Delay?

Updated: 09/01/2004 - Chiron, the world's largest supplier of the flu vaccine is holding up almost 50 million doses due to tainting of some of the supply.

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Former Brighton Teacher Caught in Sex Sting

Updated: 08/31/2004 - A former Brighton Elementary School teacher allegedly thought he was communicating over the Internet with a teenage girl, but it was a Wayne County sheriff's deputy.

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Dead Bodies found in Meridian Township

Updated: 08/31/2004 - Meridian Township Police were dispatched to an address on Gibson Ave. to check the welfare of the residents. Upon arrival, the officers discovered a possible homicide scene with an undetermined amount of victims.

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President Visits Michigan

Updated: 08/31/2004 - First Lady Laura Bush says President George W. Bush's visit to Taylor, MI is the fist stop towards the Republican National Convention. If that's any indication of importance, expect the Bush campaign to hit the state more often even after the nomination.

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Jackson Family Survives Poisonous Fumes

Updated: 08/30/2004 - Fire officials say four Summit Township family members were hospitalized after being overcome by carbon monoxide fumes.

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Castle Back in Court

Updated: 08/30/2004 - James Castle, the Lansing man accused of stabbing 13-year-old Amber Dietz to death last month was back in court Monday for his preliminary hearing.

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More Arrests in East Lansing During "Welcome Weekend"

Updated: 08/28/2004 - Authorities on campus and off are trying to keep drinking and alcohol-related incidents to a minimum as Michigan State University students return two days before classes start.

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Despite Damage, Maple Valley Kickoff on Time

Updated: 05/02/2005 - A high windstorm blew parts of the Maple Valley Junior-Senior High School roof onto the football field Wednesday night, but they still opened the season on time.

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Charges Filed in Fatal Car Accident

Updated: 08/28/2004 - Thirty-four-year-old Andrew Gilespi of Mason has been charged with eight counts in the car accident, which took the life of two Holt teenagers.

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Social Security Concerns

Updated: 08/27/2004 - Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the county will face abrupt and painful choices if congress does not move quickly to correct funding federal retirement benefits.

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Gay Marriage Vote Still in Doubt

Updated: 08/27/2004 - A November vote on a Gay marriage amendment to the Michigan constitution remains in doubt.

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The Cost of Living on Campus

Updated: 08/27/2004 - After students pay to be admitted to school, many have to pay to live at school.

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Vermontville Cleans Up

Updated: 08/26/2004 - Wednesday night's storm rips down trees and blocks roadways.

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