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Furniture Store Shuts Doors, Owner Offers Explanation

Updated: 12/23/2004 - News Ten first brought you the story about Expressions Custom Furniture in Okemos abruptly shutting its doors when a customer contacted us regarding an order she had not received. More customers called in, and now the owner is offering an explanation.

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E.Lansing Vote Sparks Controversy

Updated: 12/22/2004 - A label is sparking controversy in East Lansing as the city council declares the East Village -- the neighborhood around and including Cedar Village -- as a Community Rehabilitation, Revitalization and Renewal area.

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Police Identify Lansing's 11th Murder Victim

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Lansing Police now know the identity of a woman whose body they discovered inside her north Lansing home Monday afternoon. The woman has been identified as 45-year old Barbara Jean Tuttle.

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VOA May Close Day Shelter

Updated: 12/21/2004 - A new federal law takes away some of the incentive for people to donate cars to the VOA, and the reduction in funding may cost them the shelter.

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Child Support Payments Up

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Michigan's Attorney General says his office is boosting back child support payments.

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State Cracks Down on Lead Dangers

Updated: 12/21/2004 - A new law was signed Tuesday that stiffens the punishment on landlords who rent apartments and houses with lead dangers.

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Attempted Milkshake Murder

Updated: 12/21/2004 - A suburban Detroit woman is accused of attempting to poison her husband and son with a poisoned milkshake.

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Accused Chair Thrower in Court

Updated: 12/21/2004 - The man accused of tossing a chair into a melee at the Palace makes a court appearance.

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Homicide in Old Town

Updated: 12/21/2004 - A women is found dead in a home on the city's north side.

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Streaming Greetings

Updated: 12/20/2004 - For Lansing's Michigan National Guard a streaming video program with WILX-TV is the first of it's kind.

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Legislation for School Lunches

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Legislation that would have removed some of the fatty foods from school cafeterias is dead.

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Tough Questions for Santa

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Millions of children give Santa their Christmas wish every year, but sometimes their requests go deeper than a new toy and are harder to fill as well.

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Arrest Made in Lansing Burglary Spree

Updated: 12/18/2004 - Twenty-four-year-old Jerome Edward-Lee Hunt was arrested by Lansing police officers Thursday after breaking into and robbing a house. Hunt may be the key to solving 34 break-in robberies in the last 18 days.

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Celebrex Dangers

Updated: 12/17/2004 - Pfizer released some alarming results from a study looking at the heart risks of its arthritis drug Celebrex.

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Calling Cards for Troops

Updated: 12/17/2004 - Governor Granholm announces a state initiative to send donated cards to troops overseas.

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Magnetic Ribbons Could Be Damaging Your Vehicle

Updated: 12/17/2004 - You've seen them in the store, probably even had one pass you on the road, magnetic ribbons, yellow, pink, red, white, and blue. It’s a $3 display of patriotism that could cost you much more in the long run, up to 100 times what you paid for it.

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GM Spruces Up Downtown Detroit HQ

Updated: 12/17/2004 - The auto giant is reviving the plaza and promenade along the Detroit River outside its headquarters.

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Lansing School Board Meeting

Updated: 12/17/2004 - Parents and students get the chance to speak out against proposed plans to close five Lansing schools.

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