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In-Custody Death Considered Natural

Updated: 10/04/2006 - A man who died while in the custody of Jackson Police died of heart failure, according to a medical examiner.

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More Lansing Students To Learn Chinese

Updated: 10/04/2006 - Thanks to the federal government and a partnership with Michigan State University, the Lansing School District will be teaching more students Mandarin Chinese.

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Business Give-Away

Updated: 10/13/2006 - Calling all creators, inventors, and entrepreneurs! A Mid-Michigan business owner is giving his storefront away with an essay contest.

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Prison Hospital Proposed for Mid-Mich. School

Updated: 10/04/2006 - A group of doctors in Jackson wants to convert a shuttered school building into a prison health center. The Department of Corrections says it hasn't yet seriously considered moving in.

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Another Inmate Testifies in the Lisa Holland Murder Trial

Updated: 10/03/2006 - Ingham County Jail inmate Crystal Mountain says Lisa Holland told her she killed her adopted son Rick by hitting him in the head with a hammer. It happened near the little boy's bedroom, was an accident and she was sorry she killed him.

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Spinach Comeback

Updated: 10/13/2006 - After weeks of being tossed out and avoided, spinach is making its way back into grocery stores.

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Small Town Schools Beef Up Security

Updated: 10/03/2006 - In light of the past week's three school shootings, some local schools are re-evaluating their contingency plans.

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Gubernatorial Debate

Updated: 10/03/2006 - Governor Jennifer Granholm and Republican challenger Dick DeVos finally got the chance to debate the issues after months of campaigning and countless television ads.

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Domestic Violence Crack Down

Posted: 10/02/2006 - A new plan called the fast track for domestic violence is toughening conditions for domestic abuse defendants and speeding up trials.

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Debate Preview

Posted: 10/02/2006 - Governor Granholm and Dick DeVos square off for the first of their three debates tonight on News 10.

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Minimum Wage Makes Change

Updated: 10/02/2006 - For the first time in nearly a decade, the Michigan minimum wage gets a boost.

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Annual Play-Day Has Serious Undertones

Updated: 10/02/2006 - The Lansing YMCAs offer extra exercise for kids to encourage healthy living and combat the growing issue of child obesity.

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A Bizarre Homecoming

Updated: 09/30/2006 - Friday's homecoming at Concord High School certainly wasn't what students had been expecting; the varsity team wasn't allowed to play.

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Healthy Families Start With You

Updated: 09/30/2006 - A program spearheaded by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan hopes to prevent obesity in kids before it evens starts.

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Former Ward in Holland Home Could Testify

Updated: 09/30/2006 - Police have interviewed two people in Dade County Florida, one who used to live with the Holland's, and they could testify in the Lisa Holland murder trial.

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A Winter Heating Alternative

Updated: 09/29/2006 - With the seasons' heating bills looming, homeowners are turning to corn stoves as a cheaper option to keeping the house warm this winter.

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