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Inauguration Day

Updated: 01/01/2004 - The New Year kicked off in Lansing with an Inaugural celebration for Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides and city council members.

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A Blackman Township Man Has New Hope for the New Year

Updated: 01/01/2004 - Greg Hicok was diagnosed with Primary Lateral Sclerosis, a rare form of Lou Gehrig's Disease, several years ago and has been confined to a wheelchair for the last six years. Unable to walk or work, Greg slipped into a deep depression that even medicine couldn't save him from.

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Lansing Abduction

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Lansing police team up with Detroit investigators on the kidnapping of a Detroit couple, an act that ends in the murder of one of the victims.

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GM Layoffs and the Economy

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Union officials say 950 General Motor’s workers will be laid off beginning Jan. 5. Workers will keep 95-percent of their wages, but despite little salary loss some say the local economy will take a hit.

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Internet Voting for the Upcoming Caucus

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Standing in line, filling out forms and voting in a booth may soon be a thing of the past, at least during Michigan's Presidential Caucus.

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GM Layoffs

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Union Leaders for General Motors now have new insight into the impending layoffs for the Lansing Car Assembly Plant.

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Functional Fitness

Updated: 12/30/2003 - It's the latest exercise trend, a fitness routine that is specifically geared to your lifestyle. It's called Functional Fitness or Purposeful Training, exercises with a purpose designed to help you not only get in shape, but make the tasks you do every day easier and safer.

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Making the Flu Vaccine

Updated: 12/30/2003 - This year's flu vaccine shortage has a lot of people asking what went wrong. So what goes into making the vaccine and why is it so difficult and time-consuming to change it?

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MSU Falls in Alamo Bowl, 17-3

Updated: 12/30/2003 - MSU finishes the season 8-5, after losing to Nebraska in the 11th Alamo Bowl. The final score was 17-3.

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Most Dangerous Counties for Drunk Driving

Updated: 12/30/2003 - As Michigan State Police and local authorities increase patrols for the New Year in hopes of cutting down on drunk drivers. A 2002 study, however, shows what certain counties may be at most risk.

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Is the Flu Getting Worse?

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Less than one month ago, health officials were predicting an increase of influenza during the first part of January. There hasn't been an influx of flu activity in the last week or two, but the concern is still there.

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Mad Cow

Updated: 12/29/2003 - The United States Department of Agriculture says there are no plans to expand a beef recall. This comes as eight states and the territory of Guam scramble to find meat that may been processed along with a cow infected with Mad Cow disease.

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Democratic Frontrunner Makes Michigan Stop

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Democratic presidential frontrunner Howard Dean came to Michigan Monday. He visited Detroit to unveil his plan to strengthen U.S. cities and attack President Bush for allowing cities to suffer.

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Fake Pizza Call Ends in Robbery

Updated: 12/29/2003 - A pizza delivery woman was robbed at gunpoint early Monday morning after making a delivery to an abandoned house on Lansing's south side.

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Soldiers Prepare to Deploy

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Close to 200 men and women from Howell's Michigan National Guard unit will be leaving Jan. 3 to go to the Middle East.

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Social Security Numbers

Updated: 12/26/2003 - The collection of social security numbers for drivers' licenses is raising concerns.

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Okemos Lights

Updated: 12/24/2003 - While many here in Mid-Michigan are taking a break from all of the hustle and bustle others are basking in the glow of their holiday decorations, spending the night celebrating the reason for the season.

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Lansing Post's Safety Streak

Updated: 12/24/2003 - F/Lt. Gary Nix, Michigan State Lansing Post Commander says he hopes to continue his agency’s streak of three consecutive holiday periods without a fatal accident.

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Flu Travel

Updated: 12/23/2003 - Flu activity here in Michigan is at its highest level, "widespread." Health officials warn travelers to beware when traveling this holiday season.

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Anthrax Vaccine a Personal Choice for Military

Updated: 12/23/2003 - A judge ruled that servicemen and women couldn’t be forced to receive the anthrax vaccine if they choose not to. The news could affect sales of Lansing’s Bioport to its largest client the U.S. Department of Defense.

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Hand Washing

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Frequent hand washing is a good way to keep from catching the flu. A recent study shows doctors don't measure up to nurses in handwashing frequency.

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Death May Be Flu Related

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Doctors have confirmed that Robin Williams, the little girl who died Wednesday evening, had a strain of influenza in her system. Now, a second death is being reported.

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