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Fewer Jobs for Teens

Updated: 04/12/2005 - Teens looking for summer work in Michigan will find fewer jobs.

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Cherry Commission Report

Updated: 04/12/2005 - After nearly a year of prep, the Lt. Gov. issues his final report on the Cherry Commission to the State Board of Education, detailing recommendations to double the state's post-secondary school degree rate in the next 10 years.

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"Buddy Day"

Updated: 04/12/2005 - "Buddy Day" reminds us there are thousands of people in Michigan waiting for a life-saving organ donation.

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Tax Deadline Nears

Updated: 04/11/2005 - About a quarter of Michiganians wait until April 8 or later to file their taxes. Here are tips for procrastinators.

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Funding Cuts for Mackinac Island Discussed

Updated: 04/11/2005 - As much as $1.5 million may be cut out of Mackinac State Park's budget next year, but island officials say it doesn't make business sense to make the cuts.

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Health Testing for School Kids May Be Cut

Updated: 04/11/2005 - Backers of a popular vision and hearing testing program for Michigan school kids are fighting to keep it from the state budget axe.

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US-127 Construction

Updated: 04/11/2005 - A major mid-Michigan road project begins Sunday at midnight, promising a smoother road surface and a big headache all summer long.

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KKK Auction Cancelled

Updated: 04/11/2005 - A Mason antiques dealer cancels a Ku Klux Klan memorabilia auction set to take place Sunday in his auction house after residents recieve what they believe to be Klan propaganda.

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Chief Louis Muhn Reviews Melee Video

Updated: 04/08/2005 - As questions linger about student behavior and police response, the East Lansing police chief sits down with News 10 to review amateur video of April 2's riot.

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Daily Mass Brings Closure

Updated: 04/08/2005 - Here in mid-Michigan and across the country, parishioners found comfort in daily mass.

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Cookie Monster Cutting Down

Updated: 04/08/2005 - As part of a health initiative at Sesame Street, the blue, fury monster is changing his ways.

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Klan Garb Auction in Mason

Updated: 04/08/2005 - The Howell businessman who drew attention and created controversy by selling Klan paraphernalia says he will hold another sale in Mason.

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Former Volunteer Firefighter Arrested on Arson Charges

Updated: 04/08/2005 - Once is charge of putting fires out, John Lavoy Gray is now behind bars on four counts of arson. Police say the former Onondaga volunteer firefighter may be responsible for setting up to 300 grass and small structure fires in the last 10 years.

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Bextra Pulled From Pharmacy Shelves

Updated: 04/07/2005 - The Food and Drug Administration asks drug maker Pfizer to pull its popular arthritis drug Bextra from the market. The F.D.A. says the risks of the drug outweigh the benefits.

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Students Speak Out Following Riots

Updated: 04/07/2005 - Two student groups at Michigan State University are speaking out against police actions in last weekend's riots. Also, an independent report of the events may be in the works.

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Lansing Boy Saves Brother and Home

Updated: 04/07/2005 - Eight-year-old Malik Brand kept a cool head in the face of fire and smoke to save his two-year-old brother and the family home.

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Jennings Sends Broader Message

Updated: 04/06/2005 - As Peter Jennings announces he has lung cancer, Americans are reminded of the harmful effects of smoking.

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Exposure to Tear Gas

Updated: 04/05/2005 - What to do if you are exposed to tear gas.

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Hometown Heroes Kristin Haynie & Lindsay Bowen

Updated: 04/05/2005 - Tuesday afternoon, Connie Bartlett is watching her grandsons play basketball at Mason's Rayner Park. But she'll be watching another game once it gets dark.

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