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East Lansing Superintendent Introduction

Updated: 08/09/2004 - The East Lansing Schools introduced its new superintendent, Dr. David Chapin. Chapin replaces Dr. Thomas Giblin. The school board voted not to renew Dr. Giblin’s contract September 8th.

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Soy Versus Dairy Milk

Updated: 08/09/2004 - Is soy milk really better for you than cow's milk?

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Chevrolet Loses Rock

Updated: 08/09/2004 - Chevrolet will end its "Like a Rock Campaign."

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Jackson County Fair

Updated: 08/09/2004 - The Jackson County Fair opens its gates.

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Stocks Continue Slide

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Some of the major stock indices fell to 2004 lows Friday after the release of the Labor Department's Job Report.

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Flag Flap Flipped

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Oakland County's Executive has reversed his order to not lower flags to half staff at county buildings whenever a Michigan soldier is killed in action in Iraq.

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Lansing's Sixth Homicide of 2004

Updated: 08/06/2004 - The stabbing death of a Lansing man prompts another trip for Lansing's crime scene investigators. It's the third murder in the last 17 days. Despite the recent flurry of homicides, Lansing police say on the year the capital city is just below it yearly average.

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Ingham County Health Check Up

Updated: 08/05/2004 - How healthy are Ingham County residents? The health department says the county needs work getting fit.

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Mid-Michigan Man Claims to Be Elvis Presley's Son

Updated: 08/05/2004 - The story starts in 1954 and as it's been told to family members, Rebecca Holland was at a night club in Memphis when someone not quite a star yet took the stage.

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Casino Tax Approved

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Wednesday both the state house and senate approved a six percent casino tax increase. The revenue generated will help fill the state's $110 million budget deficit next year.

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Olympic Motivations

Updated: 08/04/2004 - The Summer Olympics are inspiring people to get off the couch and try new exercises, but if they push themselves too hard, they may be in for injury.

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American Cancer Society Kickoff Breakfast

Updated: 08/04/2004 - The American Cancer Society held its kickoff breakfast for the "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk coming up on October 2.

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Medical Breakthroughs

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Study finds many children's weight status is not documented on medical charts.

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Crime Scene Training at Michigan State University

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Every time a crime is committed police secure the scene, collect evidence and interview witnesses and because every crime is different, they must be ready for the unexpected.

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