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Mosquito Season Bites

Updated: 06/16/2004 - Why is this mosquito season worse than usual, and what treatment do you need after you get bitten?

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Education Survey

Updated: 06/16/2004 - A newly-released study on behalf of the K-16 Coalition for Michigan's Future shows schools are working with less and less.

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Granholm Wins Piston Bet

Updated: 06/16/2004 - The Pistons' NBA championship means Governor Granholm wins a bet on the outcome with California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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MSU Break-Ins

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Police at Michigan State University receive a break in a campus wide crime spree.

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Father, Son Found Guilty of Murder

Updated: 06/15/2004 - An Eaton County jury reached a guilty verdict in the trial of a father and son accused of murder and kidnapping.

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JCC Facing Cuts, Tuition Hikes

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Jackson Community College is facing a series of program cuts in order to balance its budget for the coming academic year.

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Police Sting

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Michigan State Police arrest 12 men during a weekend sting operation at a local rest area.

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Five-Star Honor for Lansing

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Lansing has been given a five-star rating as a place to live by a respected business magazine.

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Relief at the Pump

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Gas prices are finally starting to go down.

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Walter French Academy Closer to Closing

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Lansing charter school, Walter French Academy, is hoping for the best but expecting the worst as its board president believes the school will probably close down.

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Pipeline May Be Pipe-Dream

Updated: 06/10/2004 - The Michigan Supreme Court upheld a prior ruling stating that Wolverine Pipeline must receive permission by the City of Lansing in building its proposed 60 mile petroleum pipeline.

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Utilities Ready for Outage

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Local utilities are more ready this year to handle another major power outage. The recent blast of summer heat has many residents cranking up their electricity use.

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Local Reagan Memorial

Updated: 06/09/2004 - In the City of Jackson, there was a memorial to remember the life and legacy of former President Ronald Reagan.

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Sex Offender Sweep

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Michigan State Police are cracking down on sex offenders who fail to update their addresses. Fifty arrests were made in two weeks during the annual operation taking place in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties.

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GM to Sell Cadillacs in China

Updated: 06/08/2004 - General Motors announced that it will begin selling Cadillacs to China. It's an attempt by the automaker to further its share of what some call the fastest growing auto market in the world.

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Accused Teacher Found Dead

Updated: 06/08/2004 - A Former Homer High School Teacher Was Found Dead Hours Before He Was Due In Court For Sentencing.

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