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Streamlining Fire and Emergency Services

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Regionalized fire and emergency services are a money saving trend taking place across the country and maybe, in the future, right here in Mid-Michigan, too.

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The Final Hours: Mayor's Race

Updated: 08/01/2005 - After Tuesday night, the four-person race for Lansing mayor will be down to two. On the last day before the primary, the candidates are out, pushing for every vote to make the cut.

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City Council Races on Primary Ballot

Updated: 08/01/2005 - The mayor's race may get the attention, but Lansing voters have two other decisions to make on Tuesday, August 2 in the primary election.

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MSU Study Abroad in London

Updated: 08/01/2005 - A university administrator just back from a London rocked by terror says the threats are ongoing to the underground, but not the buses.

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Fatal Fire

Updated: 07/28/2005 - A Lansing family watches in horror as their home, 304 W. Thomas St., burns with two young boys trapped inside.

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June Jobless Rate

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Lansing employment levels stay the same in June, but mixed in other parts of the state.

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Lansing Sues Michigan Over Pipeline

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The city of Lansing is filing a lawsuit in hopes of stopping the planned gasoline pipeline through the city.

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Castle Sentenced to Life

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The man convicted of stabbing 13-year-old Amber Dietz to death in July 2004 is sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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Your Cell Phone & I.C.E.

Updated: 07/27/2005 - ICE is actually an acronym meaning In Case of Emergency, and if you haven't yet heard about it odds are it's on its way to your e-mail.

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AFL-CIO Union Split

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The split between the AFL-CIO and Teamsters Union could have some effects locally. It's the Largest organized labor split in almost 70 years.

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Human Remains Identified

Updated: 07/26/2005 - It's been more than one month since two bags of decomposed human remains were found bagged and dumped in the Red Cedar River near Webberville Rd. in Leroy Township. Tuesday, the Ingham County Sheriff's Office said the remains are that of 28-year-old Leon Ward Lockwood from Charlotte.

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Okemos Rd. Project Timeline Revealed

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Despite a hotly contested state supreme court case, The Ingham County Road Commission moves forward with its Okemos Rd. project and announces it will begin on Thursday.

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Cooling Centers Closed

Updated: 07/25/2005 - The tri-county's cooling centers remain closed despite the hot and humid weather.

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