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Michigan Opportunity Partnership

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Ninety-thousand job openings, and a unemployment rate among the worst in the nation. That's the mismatch Michigan faces as we grow our economy. Closing the gap is the challenge the state takes on with a new initiative kicked off Monday.

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Granholm Defends Scholarship's End

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Governor Granholm is defending her decision to end a $500 MEAP scholarship claiming the former Engler Administration never promised the money in the first place.

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Michigan Gas Prices Jump

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Gasoline prices around Michigan have gone up and the experts predict there won't be any relief through Memorial Day.

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Meridian Township Apartment Fire

Updated: 03/07/2005 - The northern-most building of the Countryway East apartment complex caught fire, destroying some 24 units, and injuring one resident.

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Gas Mileage Rx

Updated: 03/05/2005 - Tips to use your gas to the fullest when the prices are high at the pump

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Market Milestone

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Rising gas prices and massive layoffs in Lansing were no match for a record-breaking day on the NYSE.

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New Look Lugnuts

Updated: 03/05/2005 - When the Lansing Lugnuts take the field in April, more than a few changes will be noticed by the fans in the stands.

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The Budget Balancing Act Continues

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Just a few months before a balanced Lansing City budget must be presented, the search is on for millions of dollars.

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Metal Scrapbooking Charms Recalled

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Metal charms sold at the Michael's Arts and Crafts stores are pulled off shelves after reports of a California girl who put the charms in her mouth suffered lead poisoning.

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Flu Peaks

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Michigan health officials say the flu has peaked, but they caution everyone to be careful.

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Education Task Force Picks Direction

Updated: 03/04/2005 - In the wake of the announced closure of five area schools, Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides announced during his State of the City an 'education task force' to deal with the problem. Now, it has a specified approach.

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Plans for Lansing Car Assembly Plant Buildings

Updated: 03/03/2005 - The Lansing City Council met Thursday to discuss the future of the Lansing Car Assembly plant. Many Westside Neighborhood residents are concerned the buildings will remain vacant for years.

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Future of Car Assembly Buildings

Updated: 03/02/2005 - With the GM Lansing Car Assembly Plant set to close, many are left wondering what will happen with the buildings on the property.

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Michigan Unemployment Improves

Updated: 03/02/2005 - Michigan's unemployment rate went down in January, but it still remained well above the national average.

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New MI Abortion Law Faces Challenge

Updated: 03/01/2005 - Civil rights groups are going to court to stop a new law that bans a controversial abortion procedure.

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