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Brown Lawns May Mean Little Grubbs

Updated: 05/02/2003 - If grubbs are eating your grass and turning it brown you can battle back. There are several options lawn experts can walk you through.

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Local Lawsuit Over Prison Death

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The wife of state Rep. Michael Murphy is filing what could be a multimillion-dollar lawsuit in federal court after her brother died of dehydration in an Ionia prison.

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New Food for Hospitals

Updated: 05/02/2003 - It's one of the worst part of staying in hospitals, the food but two Minneapolis hospitals are making patients stays a little bit tastier.

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A Diet to Help Lower Your Risk for Diabetes

Updated: 05/02/2003 - According to one popular diet designed by a south Florida Doctor, you don't have to skip meals to help lower your risk of diabetes and lose weight.

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Does it Pay to be a Doctor?

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Medical school student hope to solve the problem of the high cost of health care.

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MSU Tickets Could Rise

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The price to see a Michigan State University football game may be on the rise for some season ticket holders.

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Alleged Embezzlement Hits E. Lansing

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The E. Lansing based Listening Ear Crisis Intervention Center alleges its former office manager stole $13,000 via a business credit card.

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GOP Secrets

Updated: 05/01/2003 - State republicans charge the governor with operating a secret political fund but Jennifer Granholm says she'll reveal the names if the GOP does the same with its secret fund.

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A Source of Drugs From the Ocean

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Doctors and patients around the world are concerned about increasing numbers of antibiotic-resistant germs and new diseases, such as West Nile and SARS. Now ccientists are finding a new source of drugs from the ocean.

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Sex Offender Sentenced

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Nelson Graves, the former Red Cross employee who admitted to sexually abusing a 13-year-old, is sentenced to at least 40 months in prison.

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GM Billboard Campaign

Updated: 05/01/2003 - A new billboard celebrating Lansing's relationship with General Motors was unveiled on Wednesday.

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MI Teachers and CPR

Updated: 05/02/2005 - School teachers in Michigan would be required to be certified in CPR and first aid under a new bill.

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New Flights to Las Vegas

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Lansing's Capitol City Airport announced Tuesday that it will start offering low-fare, non-stop flights to Las Vegas starting in July.

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Mayor's Race

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Three candidates have filed for Mayor's seat in Lansing.

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Grass Fire Danger

Fire

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Michigan is experiencing a significant increase in grass fires this spring as a drought continues to grip large parts of the state.

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Bacteria Theft

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Court documents say MSU researcher falsified findings.

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New Lions

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Lions agree to terms with 17 undrafted free agents.

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Bush Visits Dearborn

Updated: 04/28/2003 - President Bush says America stands with the Iraqi people.

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Local Soldier Remembered

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Howell High School graduate Jason Meyers is the first soldier from Livingston County killed in action since the Vietnam War.

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Door Opens to MS Research

Updated: 04/25/2003 - Researchers in Italy have successfully repaired nerve damage in mice with Multiple Sclerosis like illness.

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School Wants New Dress Code

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Administrators at Lansing's Pattengill Middle School are looking to make adjustments to the district's dress code.

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Rally for the Uninsured

Updated: 04/24/2003 - Dozens of medical students and professionals rallied at the capital to increase awareness about the more than 44 million people in the United States without health insurance.

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West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus

Updated: 04/23/2003 - Experts from the state's West Nile virus response group met Wednesday to discuss Michigan's plan for fighting the mosquito-borne illness.

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MI Budget Cuts

Updated: 04/23/2003 - The Granholm administration is bracing itself for another round of state budget cuts due to the slow economy recovery.

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