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Tattoo Removal

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Getting a tattoo is a big decision. An even bigger one might be getting one removed.

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Breast Cancer

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Scientists may have found a protein marker, which can predict which breast cancer patients will relapse.

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State of the City

Updated: 01/27/2004 - The Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant was the stage for Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides as he delivered his State of the City Address.

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MEAP Testing Begins

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Monday was the first day of a two-week period of MEAP tests for 4th, 5th, 7th & 8th graders in every Michigan public school.

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Teen Accused of Taking School Bus

Updated: 05/02/2005 - An 18-year-old Holt student was arrested after allegedly taking a school bus Monday afternoon.

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New Michigan Quarter

Updated: 01/26/2004 - Governor Jennifer Granholm and hundreds of Michigan school children were on-hand Monday for the unveiling of the new Michigan quarter.

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Hot 'N Now Layoffs

Updated: 01/23/2004 - It's been one week since the first Hot 'N Now fast food franchise in the Lansing area, closed its doors.

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Meijer Plans Restructuring

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Meijer, Incorporated plans on announcing a restructuring plan Saturday, and it could include drastic lay-offs.

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Lansing Budget

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Lansing continues to fight the battle against the budget crunch.

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Low-Carb Craze

Updated: 01/22/2004 - More low-carb foods are in stores and fast food chains, but what's in these foods and can non-dieters eat them?

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Have We Shooed the Flu?

Updated: 01/22/2004 - The Centers for Disease Control says the influenza virus is being controlled here in Michigan.

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New Prescription Legislation

Updated: 01/22/2004 - State lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday that they say would level the playing field between local pharmacies and mail-order companies.

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Bush: Parts of U.S. Face 'Troubled Times'

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Bush spoke at Owens Community College to highlight his $250 million proposal for new job-training grants channeled through community colleges.

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Heart Attack Antibiotic

Updated: 10/16/2006 - Heart disease kills about a million Americans a year. What if we told you that you can "catch" Heart disease? It's really an infectious disease. That's the controversial, but scientifically supported thesis in a new book that says we can prevent most Heart disease with a few widely available medications.

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Supervaccines

Updated: 10/16/2006 - No parent likes to take their child to the doctor for all the shot they need as babies and toddlers. But now researchers are working on new "supervaccines" that will cut down on the number of times your child has to be pricked.

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Ash Borer

Updated: 01/21/2004 - The state is searching for signs of the Emerald Ash Borer. A public hearing was also held on Wednesday, with experts seeking input on the problem.

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Granholm Granted Authority

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Senate Republicans want to give the governor the power to pick the state's top educator and the governor says she wants that authority.

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Snail Venom Drug

Updated: 01/21/2004 - The venom of a sea snail could ease hard to treat pain in cancer and AIDS patients. That's according to new research published in the Hournal of the American Medical Association.

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Low Carb Fad

Updated: 01/21/2004 - With millions of Americans on high protein low carbohydrate diets, manufacturers have been quick to provide what the public wants. An array of low carb products are now available from fast food to fine cuisine, but are they worth the extra money you may have to pay for them.

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President Bush’s Job Grant Proposal

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Both Lansing Community College (LCC) and Jackson Community College (JCC) are excited about the prospect of receiving money promised to them by the President.

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School Schedule Changes?

Updated: 05/02/2005 - School districts are always looking for creative ways to cut costs, especially now with added budget pressure.

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GM Posts Strong 4th Quarter

Posted: 01/20/2004 - A new line of vehicles and deep year-end incentives, proved to be a sweet combination for General Motors.

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Report Cards

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Michigan schools will be receiving report cards on Jan. 30. It's part of the state's system of accreditation.

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Michigan Caucus

Updated: 01/19/2004 - As Iowa's caucus comes to a close, the Michigan Democratic Party is still sending out applications and counting ballots.

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