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Fireworks Permit Denied

Updated: 06/23/2004 - The city has denied a permit to a local company to sell fireworks. The company says it will sue.

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Sport Wagon to Be Made at General Motors' New Plant?

Updated: 06/23/2004 - A respected source in the automotive industry names a product that could be coming to General Motor's new Delta Township Plant. A spokesperson for GM will neither confirm nor deny the claim.

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Smoking Ban Testimony

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Michigan Restaurant Association opposes a suggested state mandate that would prohibit smoking in certain establishments. The Association says property owners should be able to make the decision not state lawmakers.

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Ingham Medical Honored

Updated: 06/23/2004 - JD Power and Associates says Ingham Regional Medical Center is a top-rate place for patient service.

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Tax Auditors

Updated: 06/22/2004 - More businesses are voluntarily stepping forward with tax information, according to the state treasurer.

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Lansing Votes for Diversity

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Lansing city council approved an ordinance that gives minority and female business owners more opportunity when it comes to landing city contracts.

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School Vandals

Updated: 06/21/2004 - Hunt Elementary School in Jackson was vandalized over the weekend. Police say they caught the three young vandals inside the school Saturday afternoon.

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Clinton Book Goes on Sale Tuesday

Updated: 06/21/2004 - It's being called the publishing event of the summer, the June 22 release of former President Bill Clinton's book, My Life.

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Blood Supplies Low

Updated: 06/21/2004 - Great Lakes Red Cross officials say some surgeries may be cancelled if blood donations don't improve.

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Provost Simon Named MSU President

Updated: 06/18/2004 - MSU Provost Lou Anna Simon will become the university's president when Peter McPherson steps aside at the beginning of next year.

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Jackson County Meth Bust

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Officers were called to a Meijer store in Blackman Township to investigate a report that someone was trying to take several boxes of cold medicine without paying. They discovered a car filled with drug making ingredients.

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Cell Phone Telemarketers

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Before long, telemarketers could have public access to your private cell phone number through a nation-wide directory.

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Pistons Honored

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Tens of thousands lined a street in downtown Detroit to cheer for the NBA champions Detroit Pistons.

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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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