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Toy Hazard Alert

Updated: 11/25/2003 - A Michigan consumer group has issued a warning about hazardous toys as families move into the holiday shopping season.

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Lansing Mother Pleads Guilty to Murder

Updated: 11/25/2003 - Just a week before her open murder trial was set to begin, 32-year-old Linda Marquardt plead guilty to second degree murder charges Monday.

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Crimetracker: Marijuana Bust

Updated: 09/14/2006 - Lansing Police bust a small-time marijuana operation in the 2000 block of East Kalamazoo Street.

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Cuts for the Jackson School District

Updated: 11/25/2003 - The Jackson School Board voted unanimously to save $857,504 by cutting nearly 15 workers. Educators voiced their disgust, and school officials say state funding and declining enrollment is to blame.

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Sales Tax Project

Updated: 11/24/2003 - The state is working on bringing in sales tax money from out of state purchases. Michigan lawmakers and retailers say it’s a measure that would help level the playing field.

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Kids in the Cold

Updated: 11/24/2003 - The sudden drop in temperatures has many bundled up outside, but kids don't have the same ability to handle the cold that adults do. Some helpful tips from Health Reporter Rachel Calderon

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Turkeyville, USA

Updated: 11/24/2003 - It's Thanksgiving everyday at Cornwell's Turkeyville, USA. Owners and patrons say it's the best turkey around.

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UAW 602 Contract

Updated: 11/21/2003 - A tentative agreement between UAW Local 602 and General Motors has been reached on Friday. Union leaders are calling the contract a positive deal for the membership.

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Cause Still Investigated in School Bus Rollover

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Clinton County Sheriff's investigators are still investigating the cause of a collision between a school bus and pickup truck, but they say it appears the school bus driver may have failed to stop for a stop sign.

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Green Onions

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Green onions linked to Hepatitis A in Pennsylvania.

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News 10 School Check

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Lansing’s Bingham School is one of several elementary schools in the district, but what makes the school unique is its relationship with the community.

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Weyco Smoking Ban

Updated: 11/20/2003 - An Okemos-based company will not hire anyone who smokes, and if current employees don't quit by 2005, their employment will be terminated.

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Clinton School Bus Rolls Over

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Eight people were taken to area hospitals Thursday afternoon after a school bus rolled over after colliding with a pickup truck in rural Clinton County.

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Capital Area United Way

Updated: 11/20/2003 - The Capital Area United Way announces better than expected totals for its fundraising campaign so far this year.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Health experts at Sparrow Hospital say it's an illness they treat year-round, but they are seeing more cases of strep throat.

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MSU Receives Gift from IBM

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business received a $500,000 gift from IBM. The University now has a new On-Demand Supply Chain Laboratory.

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Flu Update

Updated: 11/19/2003 - A strain of the flu is making those who got the flu vaccine sick.

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ID Theft

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Identity theft is not solely a high tech crime committed on the Internet. It can be as simple as someone stealing your mail or discarded credit card receipt.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Hot Flash Lingerie

Updated: 03/07/2006 - For millions of women one of the tell tale signs of menopause comes at night. Night sweats leaves many women wringing wet and sleepless. Those are the very symptoms that prompted a California woman to design a new line of sleep wear.

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Balancing Your Life

Updated: 11/19/2003 - If you feel like there aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done, there are ways to achieve balance in your life.

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Alleged Church Embezzlement

Updated: 11/19/2003 - A letter addressed to church members says $148,500 was allegedly embezzled from East Lansing’s Ascension Lutheran Church.

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Capitol Loop

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Lansing's Capitol Loop project, scheduled to start next year, has been delayed. However, the city is hoping to start a scaled down version of the project sometime next year.

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Massachusetts' Decision on Gay Rights

Updated: 11/18/2003 - The Massachusetts' Supreme Court decided Tuesday 4-3 that the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional.

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