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Murder Suspect Arrested and Arraigned

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Police say they've captured the man they believe is responsible for shooting and killing a pregnant mother of six almost one year ago.

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Campaign Asking Questions

Updated: 10/08/2003 - The city of Lansing is less than one month away from the General Election for the seat of Mayor. But the campaign of Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides is asking questions.

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Guilty Verdict in Swanson Trial

Updated: 10/07/2003 - A double guilty verdict for the woman accused of drunk driving and killing a man alongside Grand River Avenue during July of 2002.

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$700 Million in Budget Cuts Coming

Updated: 10/08/2003 - News Ten is reporting exclusively Tuesday night that the governor and legislature are facing a huge new budget deficit going well beyond where they thought it would be.

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State to Fight Diabetes Epidemic

Updated: 10/08/2003 - The Michigan Department of Community Health announced a strategic plan Tuesday to raise awareness and help people reduce their risk for developing diabetes.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Social Phobia

Updated: 03/07/2006 - A child who refuses to go to class or acts up once he's there may actually have a condition called Social Anxiety Disorder. The symptoms can show up early, even in kindergarteners.

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Chevy SSR on the Way

Updated: 10/07/2003 - They've been seen on the streets for months, but the test driving could be over. The Chevy SSR could be making its way to area dealerships this month.

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Jury Begins Deliberations

Updated: 10/06/2003 - The jury in the Susan Swanson case is deliberating after nearly three weeks of trial.

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Schools Question Lap-tops for 6th Graders

Updated: 10/07/2003 - Local school districts say they might not be able to implement the state of Michigan's plan to provide every sixth grader in state with a lap-top computer.

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MEAP Scores Out

Posted: 10/06/2003 - After a four-month delay test scores for 28 area schools districts are out and the Lansing system ranks at the bottom of the list in several subjects.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Workout Woes

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Many of us feel some aches and pains after a hard workout. But how do you know when the pain is serious enough that you need to see your doctor?

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Noise Ordinance Quiets Homecoming

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Area police and Michigan State University students say this has been a quiet Homecoming weekend, and some are saying that could be because of the new city noise ordinance.

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Susan Swanson Takes the Stand

Updated: 10/03/2003 - The woman accused of driving drunk and hitting a 40-year-old man walking on Grand River Avenue took the witness stand Friday.

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MEAP Results In

Updated: 05/02/2005 - After months of anticipation and delay, the Michigan Department of Treasury releases the results of the Winter 2003 MEAP Test.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Epilepsy Stimulator

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Surgeons place what looks like a pacemaker just under the skin in the shoulder, and tiny wires go up into the neck and wrap around a major nerve that can sometimes head off seizures.

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Suspect Charged in Robberies

Updated: 10/02/2003 - The man investigators say is linked to multiple Mid-Michigan robberies, is now behind bars, awaiting his preliminary examination.

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Flu Shots

Updated: 10/01/2003 - Immunization season begins Oct. 1.

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Fresh Mex

Updated: 10/01/2003 - The food police is back at it again!

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Fetal Photos

Updated: 10/01/2003 - Seeing a baby move in an ultrasound is one of the greatest joys of pregnancy.

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Infant Cereal

Posted: 10/01/2003 - A new study says babies could be at risk for developing diabetes if infant cereal is not introduced at the right time.

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City and School Share Ideas and Costs

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Every three months the city of East Lansing and the school district meet to discuss costs they have in common and ways to share the economic burden.

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Labor Talks Continue

Updated: 09/30/2003 - In automotive news, UAW Local 652 is the first of the four Lansing-based United Auto Workers unions to ratify a local contract agreement with General Motors.

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U.A.W. Local 652 Finalizes GM Contracts

Updated: 09/30/2003 - The United Auto Workers (U.A.W.) Local 652 approved both the national and local General Motors contract agreements late Monday.

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City Kicks Off Campaign

Updated: 09/29/2003 - The city of Lansing is kicking off its 2003 Capital Area United Way Campaign.

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Hepatitis C

Updated: 09/29/2003 - The silent epidemic in Michigan is not only a problem in Michigan's prison systems.

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