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Bus Brawl

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Shocking video of a Florida school bus driver hitting a student is raising eyebrows and questions: How would this scene play out in mid-Michigan?

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KKK Auction...Again

Updated: 05/23/2005 - A local auctioneer sells the estate of Robert Miles, a sale that's been chased out of community after community. It goes off with little fanfare in his hometown of Howell.

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East Lansing Art Festival

Updated: 05/23/2005 - The 42nd Annual art festival draws tens of thousands on a beautiful day.

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Jackson Community College Computer Hack

Updated: 05/23/2005 - The social security numbers of up to eight thousand JCC employees and students may have been compromised after a breach of the college's computer system on Wednesday was confirmed.

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Increasing Risk of Osteoporosis

Updated: 05/20/2005 - May is National Osteoporosis Month and the U.S. Surgeon General hopes more Americans listen to the warnings and take their advice.

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Lansing School District Balances Budget

Updated: 05/20/2005 - The budget balancing act started with a deficit of $12 million, but now it seems the end is in sight and so is a balanced budget.

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Beekman Therapeutic Riding Center Saved

Updated: 05/20/2005 - The Beekman Therapeutic Riding Center allows some 150 kids - both disabled and healthy - to ride horses. The Lansing School District had originally proposed closing it... but, a counter-proposal has just saved it.

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Mixed Michigan Economy

Updated: 05/20/2005 - The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth reported Michigan gained 34,000 jobs in April.

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Star Wars Fans Coming Down Sick

Updated: 05/19/2005 - You've probably noticed a lot of empty desks at work Thursday, and chances are it's because of the Star Wars bug.

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UAW Endorses Bernero for Mayor

Updated: 05/19/2005 - The United Auto Workers Capital Area CAP Council Wednesday afternoon announced its endorsement of Lansing mayoral candidate Virg Bernero.

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East Lansing Income Taxes?

Updated: 05/19/2005 - The East Lansing city manager is asking councilmembers to consider a new way to collect taxes.

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E.Lansing Approves Budget

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Try balancing a 55-million dollar bank account. That was the task facing the city of East Lansing as they approved their 2006 budget.

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Lansing BWL Urges Stricter Lead Pipe Flushing Guidelines

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Prior to Monday, the Lansing Board of Water & Light wanted its customers with lead service lines to flush their taps 30 seconds to two minutes. At a news conference Monday, the BWL urged flushing pipes for seven minutes before drinking it.

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Stopping Stroke

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Sparrow Hospital unveils a new stroke treatment that can not only predict, but even stop a stroke once it's begun.

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Sick Teen Gets New Room

Updated: 05/15/2005 - A Fowlerville teen inflicted with a rare brain disorder sees her made-over room, thanks to a team of volunteers from MSU and money from Meijer.

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Williamston Bond Isn't Enough

Updated: 05/15/2005 - School officials say a provision in state law limits the use of the money in their millage, and now they'll need to appeal to city residents to properly use tech funds.

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Budget Deadline Nears, Layoffs Loom

Updated: 05/14/2005 - Some Lansing city council members worked through the weekend, looking to resolve remaining controversy over $6.8 million in cuts that must be made from the city's $104 million budget.

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Mock Accident to Prevent Drinking and Driving on Prom Night

Updated: 05/13/2005 - You may not think of the night before prom as the perfect time to simulate a deadly car crash, but some police and fire departments do because too often they've had to deal with drinking and driving related car accidents on prom night.

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