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EMF Health Risk

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Residents and a former MSU professor say electrical equipment in their neighborhood may pose health risks to them and their children.

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A Survivor's Story

Updated: 07/12/2004 - After having a shotgun aimed right at him, Andrew Warren is still here to describe his encounter with the man charged with a shooting spree in Lansing.

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Jackson Summerfest

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Jackson kicks off American One Grand Prix and Summerfest.

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Hillcrest Village Residents Begin to Fight

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Hillcrest Village Apartment residents in East Lansing are beginning to organize their efforts to stop the demolishing of their homes.

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Flood Assistance

Updated: 07/08/2004 - Thousands of Michigan residents are looking for relief after severe weather ripped through the state in late May.

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Republicans Want Nader on Ballot

Updated: 07/08/2004 - The state Democratic Party wants republicans to stop helping Ralph Nader get on the ballot.

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What's Going Around?

Posted: 07/07/2004 - Coxsackie, or Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease, is a summertime virus that usually affects young children.

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Drug Giant Offering Discounts

Updated: 07/07/2004 - The Michigan based Pfizer drug company says it will offer discounted prescription drugs to uninsured Americans.

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Common Ground Evacuated

Updated: 07/07/2004 - Tuesday Lansing's Common Ground music festival was evacuated due to severe weather. When the storms passed, concert-goers were allowed back in.

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A Horse Racing Track in Eaton County's Windsor Township?

Updated: 07/06/2004 - It's been 15 years since the Michigan Office of Racing Commissioner has had to think about granting a track license; now 11 applications await approval or denial. One of those applications is for a facility in Eaton County's Windsor Township.

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Childhood Obesity and Heart Disease

Updated: 07/06/2004 - A new study shows that overweight kids are not only at a higher risk for health problems in the future, they may already have them.

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Meridian Township Vote

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Meridian Township votes Tuesday night on the future of a 50-acre piece of land. The issue is open green space versus the potential for more money for Okemos Schools.

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Common Ground Expectations

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Organizers of Lansing's Common Ground Music Festival are poised to have their third year of consecutive profits but are focusing on attendance.

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Prescription Rules

Updated: 07/05/2004 - A recent study finds that one out of two Americans misuses common over-the-counter medications.

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"You Drink and Drive, You Lose"

Updated: 07/05/2004 - Michigan State Police are continuing their effort to crack down on drinking and driving over the holiday weekend.

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Warrant Issued for Officer's Arrest

Updated: 09/28/2004 - Ingham County Prosecutor Stewart Dunnings issued a warrant for the arrest of a Lansing police officer suspected of accepting a bribe.

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Low-Carb Soda

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Pepsi will launch its own low-carb cola tomorrow. Will low-carb diets help you lose weight? And, more importantly, do they taste good?

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