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LCC Opens Up

Updated: 02/10/2006 - Lansing Community College makes public it's investigation into a computer failure last fall.

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Asthma Capitals 2006

Posted: 02/09/2006 - Lansing, along with three other Michigan cities lands in the top 50 asthma capitals for 2006.

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Governor Presents Budget Proposal

Updated: 02/09/2006 - Governor Granholm wants to give public schools more money, but questions remain about Medicaid and welfare spending.

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"Chain Reaction" Accidents on I-96

Updated: 02/09/2006 - Snow, ice and white-out conditions contributed to what the Michigan State Police say were a 'chain reaction' of accidents on I-96 near Fowlerville.

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Delta Revving Up

Updated: 02/08/2006 - In just one week, the newest plant in the GM family in Delta Township will roll off its first sample vehicles. Around the plant, construction in the neighborhood has hit a fever pitch.

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Mayor Bernero Gets Citizen Views on Budget Gap

Updated: 02/08/2006 - Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero says the city could face a $10 million shortfall in the city budget. So to fill the gap, he's asking people what their priorities are.

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Meridian Township Wal-Mart Hopes to Expand

Updated: 02/07/2006 - News Ten has learned Wal-Mart has filed an application with Meridian Township to add additional square footage on to its current store.

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Granholm Supports Cunningham

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Gov. Granholm reassures Senate Republicans that Paula Cunningham will answer all questions regarding her departure from Lansing Community College.

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Hollands Charged With Murder

Updated: 02/07/2006 - After two weeks of waiting to charge Ricky Holland's adoptive parents in his death, both are charged with open murder. They each blame each other.

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Williamston Debates Dimming Lights in City

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Williamston city leaders say they had to act after hearing so many citizens complain of bright lights ruining their peace and quiet. But some say the leaders went to far -- by trying to tell residents and businesses how bright their lights can be.

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Dangerous Intersection?

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Friday night, 19-year-old Danielle Brandt was killed, walking down Farm Lane at the intersection of Mt. Hope Road. Regular pedestrians there say the intersection is partly to blame for the tragedy.

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Biodiesel Plant to Be Built in Bangor

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Biodiesel fuel is already distributed here in mid-Michigan and it's certainly being used. But by this time next year, usage will increase per the EPA's new regulations. It will be easier to purchase as well.

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Food Restaurant Safety

Updated: 02/04/2006 - After a recent outbreak of a food-borne illness, many area restaurants are taking steps to make sure it doesn't happen at their establishment.

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MSU Student Killed Crossing Road Near Campus

Updated: 02/04/2006 - A Michigan State student is dead after she was struck by a car in Meridian Township. 19-year-old Danielle Brandt, of South Broadman, Mich., near Traverse City, was killed when she tried to cross Mount Hope Road near Farm Lane.

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Catching Online Predators

Updated: 02/04/2006 - A task force with the Michigan State Police is working to catch these criminals... but, they also tell parents, "know who your kids are talking to."

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Remembering Ricky Holland

Updated: 02/04/2006 - People from around mid-Michigan came to Lansing Township Friday night to mourn the death of seven-year-old Ricky Holland. The memorial service was organized by Holland's biological mother, Casey Jo Caswell.

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Ready for Response

Updated: 02/03/2006 - The sheer number of people that will be in Detroit on this Super Bowl weekend makes the Motor City a prime target, but, it's Lansing that may ride to the rescue in the event of a disaster.

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