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Lansing Park Millage

Updated: 06/14/2005 - The battle begins for the Lansing Park Millage.

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Marine Killed

Updated: 06/14/2005 - Lance Corporal Andrew Kilpela, 22, of Fowlerville, was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq.

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City Leaders Face Jail with Current Budget

Updated: 06/14/2005 - There's good news -- the Lansing CIty Council has voted, approved and balanced next year's budget. The bad news -- this year's bottom line is unbalanced by more than three million dollars, and that's a problem of criminal proportions.

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Possible Second U.S. Mad Cow Case

Updated: 06/14/2005 - Officials at the United States Department of Agriculture announce there may be a possible case of mad cow disease.

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Body Dumped in Dumpster Identified

Updated: 06/14/2005 - Bath Township Police identify the body discovered Sunday in a dumpster as that of 25-year-old Michelle Hartman.

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Michael Jackson Found Not Guilty on All Charges

Updated: 06/13/2005 - A jury acquitted Michael Jackson on Monday of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor at his Neverland ranch, vindicating the pop star who insisted he was the victim of mother-and-son con artists and a prosecutor with a vendetta.

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The Last Adult Ed Graduation?

Updated: 06/13/2005 - The adult education program of the Lansing School District is facing serious financial problems.

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Wolverine Pipeline Co. Settlement Approved

Updated: 06/13/2005 - It's settled. A Jackson County Judge approves a $250,000 settlement stemming from the June 2000 gasoline spill in Blackman Township.

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Lead-Free Initiative

Updated: 06/10/2005 - Representatives from local hospitals, healthcare plans, the Board of Water and Light and McDonalds collaborate to get kids tested for lead poisoning.

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Sparrow Announces New President

Updated: 06/13/2005 - A familiar face officially takes the helm at mid-Michigan's largest health care provider.

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U.A.W. Set to Talk Health Care

Updated: 06/13/2005 - Published reports say U.A.W. leaders voted Thursday to support discussions helping to ease the more then five billion dollar health care burden on General Motors.

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Impact of Endorsements/Hollister Staying Neutral

Updated: 06/10/2005 - State Senator Virg Bernero has picked up two heavy endorsements for his bid as Lansing's next mayor. But, do these high profile backings make a difference on election day?

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Schools Closing for Good

Updated: 06/09/2005 - The notorious "last day of school" will indeed be the last for 5 Lansing schools closing to fill budget holes after just a half-day of class on Friday.

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Ethanol Fuel.

Updated: 06/09/2005 - Imagine a future where mid-Michigan motorists could fill up for half of what it costs now.

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Anti-Meth Legislation Moves Through Legislature

Updated: 06/09/2005 - The House bill would require customers to show identification when buying some cold and flu medicines that are also common ingredients in meth production.

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State Police Raid Restaurants

Posted: 06/09/2005 - The raids were on Asian buffet-style restaurants. The owners were suspected of tax evasion.

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A Home for the Diamond Classic

Updated: 06/08/2005 - Splitting games between Oldsmobile Park and Kircher Municipal Park doesn't have everyone happy.

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Plans Underway to Repair and Open Mason Public Library

Updated: 06/08/2005 - The Mason Public Library has been closed for three weeks due to mold. Wednesday, representatives from the Capital Area District Library and the city met to discuss plans to reopen library.

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Public Hearing for Horse Racetrack

Updated: 06/08/2005 - Horse racing in Eaton County? Don't bet on it just yet. A public hearing is being held Wednesday evening for those for and against the 200 acre project.

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