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MSU Academic Senate Meeting Set, Faculty Pleased

Updated: 04/07/2004 - As talks continue about the possibility of a med school move to Grand Rapids, faculty at Michigan State University are fighting to get their opinions heard.

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Health Care Troubles

Posted: 04/06/2004 - Health insurance is one of the fastest growing expenses for schools nationwide, and Michigan is no different.

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Colon Research

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in this country. One of the best defenses against it is early detection.

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Red Cross Reaches a Tentative Agreement

Posted: 04/03/2004 - Health care coverage and how much money employees will contribute to it was the issue preventing an earlier agreement on a four year contract, but late Friday night a deal was made.

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Deadly Accident in Jackson County

Updated: 04/02/2004 - Spring Arbor Road in Summit Township is open again after a deadly two-vehicle collision near Robinson Road.

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Cool Cities Grant

Updated: 04/01/2004 - Governor Jennifer Granholm announced about a dozen Cool Cities Catalyst Grants will be doled out to individual applicants of her Cool Cities Initiatives. That amounts to $100,000 for each successful applicant.

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Alternative Cancer Therapy

Updated: 04/01/2004 - If you do develop cancer, you may turn to alternative methods for help, as millions of cancer patients already have. One such therapy that is widely practiced by individuals and support groups is yoga. But it's actually never been scientifically studied for cancer until now.

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Michigan Homeland Security School Initiative

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Governor Jennifer Granholm is announcing millions of dollars worth of funding available to Michigan public schools for security improvements. With money from the Department of Homeland Security, Michigan is the first state in the country to offer this type of program.

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Sex Education

Updated: 03/30/2004 - A sex education bill forcing schools to teach abstinence is the topic of debate in the Michigan Senate.

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Allergy Season Underway

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Spring has finally arrived here in Mid-Michigan, but with warmer, sunnier weather comes the start of allergy season - a season doctors say could last two months.

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Anonymous Donors Help Victim's Family

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Two anonymous donors have given more than six thousand dollars needed to pay the funeral expenses of Kyle Fraser, the Special Olympian swimmer who died while swimming in the Mason High School pool.

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Suspected ID Theft May Be Worse Than Thought

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Capt. Juli Liebler of the East Lansing Police says, if she were a resident at Melrose Apartments in East Lansing, she would immediately check her credit report. Capt. Liebler also acknowledges co-signers for apartment leases such as parents and guardians may be at risk as well as current residents.

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Med School Deal

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Community leaders and Michigan State University have reached a conditional agreement on the possible move of the College of Human Medicine to Grand Rapids.

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Organic Food Safety

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Michigan State University is hosting the first World Congress on Organic Food this week. Agricultural experts are exploring organic food safety issues.

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Mourning the Loss of a Leader

Updated: 03/29/2004 - He died doing what he loved. That's what Eaton Rapids Township Firefighters are saying about their Chief, Rick Wilbur. Wilbur died Sunday night responding to a call.

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Donations for Special Olympian

Updated: 03/29/2004 - The 19-year-old Special Olympian who died Friday in the Mason High School swimming pool was Kyle Frasier. Now the family is looking for a way to pay for the funeral expenses.

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Acne Surgery

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Nearly 80-percent of us deal with acne at one time or another. The pesky pimples can pop up on teenagers as well as adults and getting rid of them is often difficult.

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Ingham County Circuit Court Affirmative Action Ruling

Updated: 03/28/2004 - Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Paula Manderfield is ordering the State Board of Canvassers to cancel its okay of a petition submitted by the Michigan Civil RIghts Initiative.

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Clinton County Deputy Killed in the Line of Duty

Updated: 03/27/2004 - The Flag is flying at half mast outside of the Clinton County Sheriff's Department. Deputy Perry Filmore, an eight year veteran, died early Saturday morning responding to a call for assistance from another deputy.

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MSU Student Charged with ID Theft

Updated: 03/26/2004 - A 22-year-old Michigan State University student has been arraigned on four fraud charges in East Lansing. Police say she had access to other people's personal credit information and used it to open credit cards, checking accounts, and take out student loans.

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Area Police Called to Two Robberies

Updated: 03/25/2004 - Lansing Township Police responded to a robbery at the Admiral Gas Station just before noon Thursday. Less than an hour later, Meridian Township Police were called to a robbery at the Tanfaster Tanning Salon.

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