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Benavides on Top

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The primary election for the seat of Lansing Mayor has come to an end. Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides came out on top and both him and State Senator Virg Bernero slide through to the November general election.

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What Does an Election Cost?

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The primary election, which will likely yield only about 12 percent of the Lansing vote, costs tens of thousands of dollars, the same as a regular election.

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Robinson Defends Credibility

Updated: 08/05/2003 - Friday, Aug. 1 Lansing mayoral candidate and state Sen. Virg Bernero asked current Mayor Tony Benavides to remove a campaign for its negative impact on Bernero’s family.

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Lead Poisoning Plan

Updated: 08/05/2003 - Gov. Jennifer Granholm has a plan to increase testing for lead poisoning in more children all over the state.

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Lansing Mayor’s Race Heats Up

Updated: 08/04/2003 - State Senator and mayoral candidate, Virg Bernero, held a press conference to ask current Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides to retract a TV ad campaign that references Bernero’s daughters.

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Police Urge Residents to "Join the Team"

Updated: 08/04/2003 - Lansing Police taped their cable show "Join the Team" Friday. The August episode deals with safety at home, and was prompted by recent events on Lansing's westside.

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Mayoral Candidate Drops Out of Race

Updated: 08/01/2003 - One Lansing mayoral candidate says he's not going to run for the position as a result of family issues and the convictions in his past.

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Driver Education No Longer at Lansing Schools

Updated: 07/31/2003 - Driver's Education is on the chopping block at Lansing schools. Budget cuts are putting the long-running course in the hands of the private sector, much like many other schools in the area.

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A Patriotic Return

Updated: 07/31/2003 - It was a patriotic return on Thursday for more than one hundred members of the Michigan National Guard.

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A Safe Way to Banish the Beetle?

Updated: 08/01/2003 - It is said the product kills the Emerald Ash Borer, but experts say it still needs field testing.

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The Extra Mile

Updated: 07/31/2003 - Program in Jackson helps seniors and those with disabilities drive safely.

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Library Millage

Updated: 07/30/2003 - The primary election for the seat of Lansing Mayor is less than one week away. But there are more issues on the ballot that could have a resounding effect on voters.

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Community Meth Forum

Updated: 07/30/2003 - According to state police, Jackson County is second in the state in total Methamphetamine lab busts. To address this issues about 50 met for a community dialogue.

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Teenagers Dead After Vehicle Hits Trees

Updated: 07/30/2003 - Three kids are dead and five others are in stable, critical and serious conditions after their van went off the side of the road and crashed into some trees Monday night.

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Online Kids

Updated: 07/29/2003 - A recent Michigan State University study shows the importance of Internet access for kids.

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New Boss for GM Plant

Updated: 07/29/2003 - Randy Thayer was named plant manager for the General Motors Delta Township Assembly Plant.

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Attacker Targeting Elderly Women

Updated: 07/28/2003 - Police are suspending other patrols to search for a man they say attacked a second woman on Lansing's westside Monday morning.

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Remembering Bob Hope

Bob Hope

Updated: 07/28/2003 - A former Miss USA, who lives in Dewitt, remembers touring with Hope back in 1987

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Downtown Development

Updated: 07/28/2003 - Calling it a milestone for dowtown development, Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides signed off on a new $40 million downtown office building and adjacent parking ramp.

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The Yo-Yo Diet Diary

Updated: 07/28/2003 - Losing weight too fast, and then gaining it back can do a number on the body. Experts say Yo-Yo dieters are at a greater risk for health problems.

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Mexican Citizens Get Passports, IDs

Updated: 07/28/2003 - For the first time, the Mexican Consulate held a mobile consulate in Lansing. Mexican citizens living here in the United States renewed passports and identification cards.

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Fifth Third Gets Hit a Fourth Time

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Robbers hit the Pennsylvania Avenue Fifth Third Bank for a fourth time in just over a year. Police say Lansing has experienced 49 robberies in the area in the last ten years.

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Music Industry Goes After File-Sharing

Updated: 07/25/2003 - The Recording Industry Association of America is trying to stop millions of people from downloading music, and that effort has spread to Mid-Michigan.

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