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State Ends Year With Extra Cash

Updated: 01/04/2006 - The state of Michigan closed its books on the fiscal year in September and found out it had more than $300 million left over.

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Hollister Resigning State Post

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Former Lansing Mayor David Hollister will be leaving his state job as director the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth.

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Delta Township in 2006

Updated: 01/04/2006 - GM isn't ready to spill the beans, but auto industry insiders think they have a good idea what vehicles will be built at Lansing's newest assembly plant this year and those insiders say we'll have a first look at the auto show in Detroit next week.

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Bernero's First Day of Business

Updated: 01/03/2006 - Lansing's new mayor began his first official day of business meeting with city council members, union leaders and cabinet members.

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Michigan Bans Torture

Updated: 01/03/2006 - Governor Granholm has signed a bill that bans torture in Michigan.

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Building Bridges

Updated: 01/03/2006 - The city of Portland reaches out to pair with the city of Port Sulphur, Louisiana. They plan to adopt the Hurricane Katrina-ravaged city to help them in the short term, and to learn from them as the years go by.

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New Year, Same Old Resolutions

Updated: 01/02/2006 - If you tried to get in to your local gym Monday, you know plenty of people have gotten a good start on their New Year's Resolutions.

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Christmas Tree Recycling

Updated: 01/01/2006 - The presents are gone from underneath it, but you don't have to throw that Christmas Tree away. Read on for your recycling options.

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City of Lansing Inauguration

Updated: 01/02/2006 - Lansing's mayor and city leaders usher in a new era with their New Year's Day inauguration.

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Sex Offender Laws Takes Effect January 1

Updated: 12/31/2005 - Along with the new year, the State of Michigan welcomes a strict set of laws to help protect your children from sex offenders.

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Trans Fat Labels

Updated: 12/30/2005 - Starting Sunday, a law will require manufacturers to list their amount of trans fat.

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U of M Campus Goes Coke-less

Updated: 12/30/2005 - Accusing the Coca-Cola company of allowing human rights and environmental abuses abroad, the University of Michigan has suspended the sales of all Coke products on its campus.

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Natural Gas on the Rise

Updated: 12/30/2005 - In October the Public Service Commission said natural gas prices would go up 46 percent. That number turned out to 51 percent. Now, some customers are having a hard time.

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New Year's Temptations

Updated: 12/29/2005 - For recovering alcoholics, the holidays can be one of the toughest times of the year.

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Winter Break Interrupted

Updated: 12/29/2005 - Michigan lawmakers cut short part of their time off and head back to Lansing for an emergency vote.

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Police Chief Suspended for Smoking

Updated: 12/29/2005 - Somerset Township Police Chief Clarence Perry will be back on the job Saturday following a two week suspension without pay.

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Man Bowls Perfect Game, Then Dies

Updated: 12/29/2005 - A Portage man rolled a 300 game at a local bowling alley, and then died of a heart attack shortly after.

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Traffic Crashes Down

Updated: 12/29/2005 - The number of crashes on Michigan roads is going down.

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Rush for Some to Sign Up for Drug Benefit

Updated: 12/29/2005 - For Medicare-eligible seniors and the disabled who want their coverage to start on the first, there's only a few days left to sign up.

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Armed Robberies Rise When Temperatures Fall

Updated: 12/28/2005 - Earlier this month, Lansing Police arrested the two men believed to be responsible for as many as 10 armed robberies in and around the Capital City.

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