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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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Crosswalk Bill Making Progress

Updated: 03/25/2004 - A state house committee has approved legislation that would beef up traffic safety for school children.

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Suspect Locked In

Updated: 03/25/2004 - Workers at a Lansing check cashing business suspected a man was trying to cash a stolen check, so they locked the doors until police arrived.

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Alcohol and Minors

Updated: 03/25/2004 - Minors repeatedly caught with alcohol or some alcohol in their system could face jail time under a bill approved today by the state House.

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Increase of AIDS in Elderly

Updated: 03/25/2004 - Health officials say the number of people over 50 living with HIV has doubled in Michigan over the past five years.

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Access to Abortion Records

Updated: 03/25/2004 - The University of Michigan Health System won't be turning over any abortion records to a federal judge in Detroit.

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Ebola Virus

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Although the virus is found primarily in central Africa, U.S. health officials feel it's just a matter of time before it enters this country.

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Is Psychology the Answer to Obesity?

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Dr. Alex Terrazas says he’s found a sure fire method for battling obesity. It’s the psychological theory know as behavior modification, and he’s using that principal along with high technology to motivate exercise.

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Stop Stress

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Miami recently earned the title of the second most stressful city in America. And research shows us that stress can contribute to serious health problems, like heart disease. But there are simple ways to stop the stress.

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Superintendent Search

Updated: 03/24/2004 - At least six mid-Michigan districts will be without their current superintendents next year. East Lansing and Haslett are only in the beginning of their searches.

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Gas Prices High Again

Updated: 03/23/2004 - Gas prices are soaring again across mid-Michigan. The gas industry says it's not an attempt to bring in big bucks; it may be the only way some small stations survive.

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Jason Plite Remembered

Updated: 03/23/2004 - It's been one year since Senior Airman Jason Plite died in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. Now, his family and friends have set up a scholarship fund to keep his memory alive.

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Lansing Budget Proposal

Updated: 03/23/2004 - Mayor Tony Benavides made his 2004-2005 city of Lansing Budget Proposal. The proposal avoids layoffs and tax increases, but some say the rainy day fund and city services could suffer.

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Missing Marshall Woman

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Police are searching for a Marshall woman who has been missing since March 12. They say she had an argument with her fiancé and walked away from their apartment.

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Affirmative Action Petition in Question

Updated: 03/22/2004 - The controversy continues over whether affirmative action practices have a place here in Michigan. Those in favor of affirmative action are protesting a petition to ban certain aspects of it.

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Varicose Veins

Updated: 03/07/2006 - There's new help for millions of people who are hiding their legs in shame. There is something new called “closure” vein procedure. It's minimally invasive and uses radio frequency waves to shrink problem veins till they vanish.

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Lansing School District Showcase

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Twenty-nine elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools and two special centers were all under one roof participating in Sunday's Lansing School Dstrict Showcase.

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The American Red Cross Prepares for a Disaster

Updated: 03/20/2004 - With community leaders acting as victims, American Red Cross volunteers are outing out a disaster. The scenario...a tornado has just touched down in mid-Michigan and the Red Cross has opened a shelter to help the public.

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