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Skull Identified

Posted: 04/07/2006 - Investigators say the skull found on the bank of the Grand River has been identified as Leon Lockwood. Lockwood's remains were found in bags in the Red Cedar River last year.

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Lugnuts Opening Game

Posted: 04/06/2006 - The Lugnuts season opener brought a crowd to Oldsmobile Park, helping to boost Lansing's economy.

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Skull Found on Grand

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Two canoeists discover a human skull on the bank of the Grand River in Eaton County. It is a now a homicide investigation.

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Lugnuts Gear Up for Opening Day

Updated: 04/06/2006 - The hot dog cannon is cocked, the peanuts are stocked -- and the beer is chilling on tap. Thursday is opening day for the Lansing Lugnuts ... but there are a couple of unfamiliar sights in store for fans.

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Black Clergy Meet With Eaton County Sheriffs

Updated: 04/05/2006 - The black clergy calls for an internal investigation at the Eaton County sheriff's office in the wake of allegations a sergeant blamed a black man for a faked shooting.

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Lutz Makes First Court Appearance

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Eaton County Sheriff's Sgt. Jeff Lutz made his first appearance in court Tuesday. Lutz was arraigned on four counts in a courtroom he'd visited many times before.

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Keeping Cops’ Mentally Sound

Posted: 04/04/2006 - Law enforcement officers have a stressful job, so their departments make sure to offer a helping hand.

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Black Leader Calls for Racial Response

Posted: 04/04/2006 - The president of the Pastors of Greater Lansing calls on the Eaton County Sheriff's Office to engage in a dialogue with an African-American community angry over alleged "racial profiling" attached to the Lutz incident.

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Black Community Responds to Charges Against Lutz

Updated: 04/04/2006 - When Eaton County Sheriff's Sgt. Jeff Lutz reported he was shot March 20, he claimed a black man pulled the trigger. The news that Lutz is being charged with making it up has generated a lot of anger.

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Eaton County Sgt. Charged

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Prosecutors issue a four-count warrant alleging the Eaton County sergeant who said he was shot two weeks ago actually shot himself and made-up the suspect the community believed was on the loose.

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Leslie Teachers, District Reach Agreement

Updated: 04/03/2006 - After nine months of teachers working without a contract, negotiators for the Leslie Education Association and the Leslie School District have reached a preliminary agreement. Both sides say they're glad the dispute is over.

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Lansing Man Loses Retiree Benefit Battle, Vows to Appeal

Updated: 04/02/2006 - A federal judge upheld an agreement Friday that would force some GM retirees to pay more for their healthcare. A Lansing man was a big part of the battle. Leroy McKnight says he'll keep fighting.

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Workforce Background Checks

Posted: 04/01/2006 - A new website is now available to help long-term care providers weed out potentially dangerous hires.

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East Lansing Balances Budget, No Major Cuts

Posted: 03/31/2006 - While the capital city had to shave $11 million from its annual budget, resulting in some substantial cuts, its neighbor to the east has an ally in the war on deficits: New development.

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Music Therapy

Updated: 03/31/2006 - A special type of therapy help some people find their voice.

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Delphi Cuts

Posted: 03/31/2006 - Delphi announces a restructuring that would cut much of its American operations and void the contract they have with the union. It may force a strike, and therefore trouble for GM.

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BAMN Calls on Governor Granholm to Step In

Posted: 03/31/2006 - Hundreds march to the Capitol Friday to object a state supreme court ruling which allows an affirmative action proposal to stay on the November ballot.

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Racial Profiling Tickets

Posted: 03/31/2006 - The Lansing Police Department says it has proof Officers are not using race as a reason to pull people over.

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National Sleep Awareness Week

Posted: 03/30/2006 - Local doctors want to make sure people understand the importance of quality sleep.

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