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Potholes

Updated: 02/04/2004 - City road maintenance crews are out on the streets once again, but this time it's not for snow, it's for potholes.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Dry skin is the most common skin ailment during the winter time.

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Dean Layoffs Not Seen in Michigan

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Despite reports that Gov. Howard Dean has laid-off workers in his bid to be the Democratic nominee for U.S. President, local personnel say no Michigan workers have been impacted.

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On the Road to Reading

Updated: 05/02/2005 - The Lansing School District introduces a new reading initiative for its schools.

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AMBER Alert

Updated: 02/02/2004 - An AMBER Alert is in effect across the United States as police continue to look for a Walled Lake woman and her son. The alert was issued early Monday morning for four-year old Kyle Brady and 28-year-old Nicola Lee Hubert.

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Heating Bills

Updated: 02/02/2004 - It's not what Consumers Energy customers want to hear, but heating bills for the month of January will be some of the highest ever.

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Out of State Alcohol Sales

Updated: 02/02/2004 - Attorney General Mike Cox is asking the United States Supreme Court to give states the power to regulate alcohol sales.

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Cold Weather Decreases Crime

Updated: 01/30/2004 - When the temperature drops here in mid-Michigan so do the number of crimes that occur.

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Report Cards

Posted: 01/30/2004 - Michigan school report cards are out and the grades brought smiles to some and frowns to others. It's the first time ever schools have received report cards.

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Presidential Campaigns Move to Michigan

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean visits east Lansing. John Kerry sends fellow Sen. Edward Kennedy to stump for him.

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Dental Day Spa

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Some dentists are trying to take the fear out of patients by offering some non-traditional services.

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Ephedra Substitutes

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Now that it is illegal to buy Ephedra products, many consumers are turning to other similar herbal remedies to help lose weight, but some of the alternatives can have serious side effects.

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Recalls

Updated: 01/29/2004 - A couple of recalls concerning food: Hormel Chili and Kroger's Private Beef Selection Roast Beef.

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Caller ID

Updated: 01/29/2004 - If you're still being harassed by telemarketers wanting to sell you something, more help is on the way.

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Finley Fire

Updated: 01/29/2004 - A popular restaurant in Blackman Township will be closed today after an early morning fire.

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Help for People with Diabetes

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Sixty-three percent of people with diabetes do not control their blood sugar levels. Here are some helpful tips.

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Living Wage Win in Court

Updated: 01/28/2004 - A Circuit Court Judge has ruled in favor of the city of Lansing, dismissing a lawsuit brought by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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Townships Cutting Costs

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Michigan Townships tell the governor they are already cutting costs by cooperating.

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State of the State Reaction

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Gov. Granholm says the State of the State is one of total determination and legislators and leaders seem to agree that her vision is one they'll be able to work towards.

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Crimetracker Ten Report

Updated: 09/14/2006 - Lansing police spend a good portion of the morning trying to track down a suspect who they say robbed a local grocery store.

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Gas Prices

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Lower Gas Prices. More money in your pockets. The dream could become a reality, as the fluctuation of gas prices could be a thing of the past.

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