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Jazz Fest Part of Old Town Plan

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Now in it's 11th year, the Jazz Fest is part of a greater effort to revitalization the historic district.

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Heat Damaging Roads

Updated: 08/03/2005 - The extreme heat we've been experiencing is causing damage to pavement similar to what would happen during the wintertime.

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Higher Movie Ticket Prices?

Updated: 07/27/2005 - That may very well be the case if Governor Jennifer Granholm's budget proposal goes through.

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US 127 Halfway Done

Updated: 07/23/2005 - The 20 million dollar facelift, which has kept highway traffic in the Mason area down to one one, is halfway home.

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Vote to Sell Ottawa Building

Updated: 07/20/2005 - It's been empty since 1991... now the Board of Water and Light is asking the voters of Lansing to sell the historic downtown building.

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Keeping Kids Safe in the Heat

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Whether in a heated car, or playing in the beach, children are much more susceptible to heat exhaustion or heat stroke than adults.

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MSU Student Still Heading to London

Updated: 07/08/2005 - Four of the 144 MSU Study Abroad students scheduled to fly out to London this weekend have cancelled their trips out of safety concerns after the terrorist attacks... but, 140 will still be going.

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FIght Finished Over Mary's Medicine

Updated: 07/07/2005 - Five year old Mary Schneider received a drug treatment to fight a rare auto-immune disease without her parents permission. Today, a court ruling puts Mary's medical care back in her parents hands.

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Consumers Energy Wants to Increase Gas Rates

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Consumers Energy - which services 1.7 Michigan residents with natural gas - has filed a request with the Public Service Commission to increase rates by 132 million dollars.

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The Fight Over Mary's Medicine

Updated: 06/30/2005 - Five year old Mary Schneider of Portland has a rare auto-immune disorder. When opinions differed over her treatment, the courts got involved.

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Concern Over MSP Body Armor

Updated: 06/23/2005 - Second Chance Body Armor - the nation's largest supplier of bulletproof vests to police agencies - says close to 100-thousand units of it's product is not safe and urges it's clients to replace them.

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History of the Gizzard Festival

Updated: 06/17/2005 - Potterville's favorite annual event didn't always share a name with the city's popular culinary icon.

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Michigan Gospel Star Dies

Updated: 06/17/2005 - Grammy-winner Ronald Winans dies from heart disease at age of 48.

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GM/UAW Health Care Battle

Updated: 06/17/2005 - General Motors wants the United Auto Workers union to reopen an existing contract to negotiate health care cuts.

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Online Hunting

Updated: 06/15/2005 - A Michigan lawmaker is proposing legislation which would prevent you from ever taking aim at a Michigan animal through the internet.

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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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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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