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Michigan Tourism on the Rise?

Updated: 03/10/2004 - Michigan has a lot to offer and a lot to gain if a recent report on traveling holds true. Tourism researchers at Michigan State University are projecting an increase of three to four-percent over last year. Traveler spending is also expected to rise.

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DTV for Me! Launched

Updated: 03/09/2004 - The Michigan Association of Public and Private Broadcasters launched a campaign to inform consumers about digital television.

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Death Penalty Debate

Updated: 03/09/2004 - A House committee heard testimony Tuesday on an altered measure that would allow the death penalty here in Michigan. The families of two murdered police officers attended.

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Delta Plant

Updated: 03/09/2004 - A kick-off of construction event for the Delta Township Assembly Plant was held at the Lansing Regional Stamping Plant.

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Plastic Surgery

Updated: 03/09/2004 - These days, when we ask: "Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?" we're likely to hear, "you could use a touch up around the eyes."

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Headaches

Updated: 03/09/2004 - If you look through medical books, you'll see headaches can be a symptom in thousands of different conditions. Most severe headaches are migraines - they're severe, but they eventually go away.

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Questions Surround Walter French Academy

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Central Michigan University (CMU) has given Lansing’s Walter French Academy one more year to improve, or the charter school may no longer be authorized as a state school.

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HOSTS Program

Updated: 05/02/2005 - A mentoring program in the Lansing School District is no longer struggling to stay alive.

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Ash Trees Cut Down in Eaton County

Updated: 03/08/2004 - The Michigan Department of Agriculture begins cutting down some 13,000 ash trees in Eaton County. The destructive Emerald Ash Borer Beetle was found in some trees last summer.

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Mid-Michigan National Guard Soldiers Honored

Updated: 03/08/2004 - They were deployed, in February of 2002, for a year of service in Washington. At a ceremony in Owosso Sunday, close to 200 National Guard soldiers from the 144th Military Company were honored for their duty and dedication.

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Back Pain Exercises

Updated: 03/07/2006 - More workdays are lost to back pain than any cause other than the common cold. The right treatment can make the difference between healing and a downward spiral of recurrent injury and pain. But for many people, there's a simple program that can erase the need for surgery or other less-than-ideal treatments.

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Dewitt Township Woman Taken Off Life Support

Updated: 03/07/2004 - Juliana Routhier, J.J. as her friends called her, always had a love for horses. She rode every Sunday, little did she know that her ride last week would be her last.

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MSU Spring Break

Updated: 03/05/2004 - Michigan State University students go on spring break starting this weekend. East Lansing Police say it's a time when home invasions increase.

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Artificial Disc

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Upon hearing the term herniated disc, most people think of low back pain and Sciatica. But you can also slip a disc in your neck, and it's just as painful.

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Home Repair Scams

Updated: 03/05/2004 - The weather is starting to warm up a bit, which is when many homeowners start to make repairs on their homes. But before you hire someone, the Ingham County Sheriff's Department has some advice on how not to get ripped off.

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F.I.R.S.T. Competition

Updated: 03/04/2004 - A representative from the program, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), says only one school in the Mid-Michigan region will be competing in the upcoming regional trials for robot engineering.

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Bear Cub Update

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Two black bear cubs captured last month in Northern Michigan will be returning home next week.

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Granholm Proposes a Shift in Focus

Updated: 03/04/2004 - She's not calling it a decrease; instead, Gov. Granholm is pitching her professional development proposal as a shift in focus for educators throughout Michigan.

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Home for Bear Cubs

Updated: 03/03/2004 - The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is trying to find a home for two bear cubs captured after a logger ran over their den in Northern Michigan.

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Alcohol Injection

Updated: 03/03/2004 - An old treatment is making a comeback in the battle against alcoholism. Scientists have made a simple change in a drug used to curb cravings and it's making a big difference in its success. But there's a catch with this new version, early research suggests it only works in men.

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Speed Discussion

Updated: 03/03/2004 - The State Department of Transportation and the Michigan State Police will increase the speed limits by 10 miles per hour in parts of East Lansing. Some residents, however, say that’s a dangerous proposition.

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Delta Township Plant

Updated: 03/03/2004 - The announcement many local leaders and General Motors employees have been waiting for is finally here.

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