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Donations Overflowing

Updated: 09/06/2005 - Mid-Michigan rallies to help hurricane survivors.

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Early Observations -- Gas Stunting Travel

Updated: 09/05/2005 - At least one Michigan State Police Lieutenant is seeing less holiday traffic then years past. While the official numbers and more concrete information has yet to be tallied the concern is high gas prices are to blame.

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Evacuees Land in Michigan

Updated: 09/06/2005 - Delayed and the number downsized, two planes carrying evacuees from New Orleans touched down just outside of Battle Creek at Augusta's Air National Guard Base Monday.

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Katrina Aid Won't Bust Budget

Updated: 09/05/2005 - Michigan’s giving to victims of Katrina isn't expected to put a strain on the state's budget.

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Katrina's Victims Coming to Lansing

Updated: 09/04/2005 - The wheels are in motion, literally, for buses to bring people displaced by the hurricane to Lansing. They'll live in temporary shelters inside Lansing's empty school buildings.

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Michigan Medical Staff on Call

Updated: 09/02/2005 - The need for more medical personnel in the Gulf Coast is growing and local doctors and nurses want to help.

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State Sends Hurricane Helpers to Website

Updated: 09/02/2005 - In a press conference Gov. Jennifer Granholm and other state leaders asked Michigan residents to give to hurricane relief efforts but in a coordinated manner.

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Post Office Employee Allegedly Stole Mail

Updated: 09/01/2005 - Federal investigators allege Richard Nieto, 55, of Lansing opened between 300 and 400 greeting cards, searching for cash inside.

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Energy Emergency for Michigan

Updated: 09/01/2005 - Governor Granholm on Wednesday issued three executive orders declaring the energy emergency, attempting to increase the supply of gasoline.

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Gas Saving Program not Available in Lansing

Updated: 08/31/2005 - The Michigan Department of Transportation says they've received an increase in calls about their ride share program. Saying the program saves commuters hundreds of dollars by matching-up similar drivers through car pooling.

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Truancy Court Enters Fifth Year

Updated: 08/31/2005 - They may be playing hooky, but the Lansing School District isn't playing around when it comes to kids cutting class.

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Williamston Woman Searches for Brother

Updated: 08/31/2005 - After two days of frantic phone calls, Janice Stadley of Williamston, finally got the news Tuesday night she's been waiting for.

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GM Boss Says Turnaround on Track

Updated: 08/30/2005 - General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner says the company will miss earnings estimates for 2005, but he says the problems are being fixed.

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