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Clean-up Crews Swamped

Updated: 05/24/2004 - Residents are calling for help by the hundreds in Lansing. Clean-up crews have been on the go since Friday.

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Storm Clean-up in Jackson

Updated: 05/24/2004 - The city of Jackson is working to clean-up after a weekend of severe weather. More than 12,000 customers in the county are still without power.

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Lansing Flooding

Updated: 05/24/2004 - Another round of rain is on the way adding to the already record high totals we've received in the last few days. Meantime, mid-Michigan residents are trying to dry out.

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Severe Storm Aftermath

Updated: 05/24/2004 - As of Saturday evening, 34,000 people in the Jackson area are still without power because of Friday's storms. Heavy rains and high winds also knocked down trees causing damage to homes and city streets.

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Relay for Life Delayed

Updated: 05/22/2004 - After dealing with a change of location, a delayed start and lots of standing water, hundreds of people participating in Grand Ledge's Relay for Life have been sent home until Saturday morning.

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Weather Havoc

Updated: 05/21/2004 - A house fire starts in the garage of a home in Meridian Township. Lightning also strikes a tree in the front yard, but fire officials say they are not sure if it started the fire.

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Storm Damage in Jackson

Updated: 05/21/2004 - Thunderstorms rolled through mid-Michigan Friday afternoon, leaving downed trees and powerlines in the wake.

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Lansing School District Budget Proposals Unveiled to the Public

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Close to 50 teaching positions in the Lansing School District are on the line along with about 50 other support staff jobs. Zero percent pay increases for some 570 teaching assistants and support staff is another suggestion on the table.

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Lightning Strikes

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Lightning struck at least four homes in Shiawasee County Thursday morning. The strike caused two gas leaks and a fire.

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Lansing School Cuts

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Lansing schools are facing more than $10 million in budget cuts. This comes one year after the school district cut $15 million from this year's budget.

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Did Gas Boycott Work?

Updated: 05/19/2004 - An email has been circulating across the country asking readers to boycott the gas pumps Wednesday. But the question is, did it work?

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Gas Boycott

Updated: 05/19/2004 - Over the last few days, thousands of people have received an email urging them not to fuel up on Wednesday, May 19.

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Lansing Approves City Budget

Updated: 05/18/2004 - The city of Lansing approved a $109 million general fund budget, but set aside one million dollars in hopes that the mayor's office can find a way to avoid spending out of Lansing's reserve and rainy day fund.

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MSU Football Tickets

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Michigan State University is asking for Scholarship Seating Contributions from certain football season ticket holders.

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Doing Business in Iraq

Updated: 05/17/2004 - U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers and officials from the Commerce Department met with mid-Michigan business owners Monday to talk about opportunities in Iraq.

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Gay Marriage Battle

Updated: 05/17/2004 - The battle over gay marriages heats up in Michigan.

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Fatal Fire in Southern Jackson County

Updated: 05/17/2004 - A woman is dead and part of a building is badly damaged after a late night fire near Brooklyn in southern Jackson County.

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Jasmine Miles Memorial

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Friends and Family gathered Saturday to remember a little girl killed last year trying to cross St. Joseph Highway.

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Blackout of 2004?

Updated: 05/14/2004 - Some Michigan Public Service Commissioners caution residents that a 2004 blackout may be on the way that is if politicians in Washington don't pass the federal energy bill.

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Cops Patrol Construction Zones

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Jackson police are cracking down on motorists in construction zones. They say a number of drivers are choosing to disregard the traffic control devices and that's endangering workers.

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Gun Safety

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Following the recent death of a 10-year-old Hillsdale County girl, area police are reminding parents about gun safety.

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Nader to Join Kerry?

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Gov. Granholm wants Ralph Nader to drop out of the race for president.

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Shooting Death in Hillsdale County

Updated: 05/12/2004 - A ten-year-old girl is dead after a loaded .50-caliber muzzle loader rifle goes off when she's left home alone with her brother.

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