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State Higher Ed Push -- Recommendations Only

Updated: 12/15/2004 - When the Commission on Higher Education and Economic Growth released it's report it said the State must do more to encourage college education -- but you won't find any specific solutions inside it.

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Treating Your Winter Dry Skin

Updated: 12/15/2004 - A local dermatologist explains what the best treatments are for dry, chapped skin.

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MDOT Transportation Summit

Updated: 12/15/2004 - Transportation experts discuss ways to meet the needs of Michigan's communities and businesses.

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More Michigan College Graduates Wanted

Updated: 12/15/2004 - A new report says it's important to help more students get help paying for college, but how to pay for that is up in the air.

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State Pay Rates Set

Updated: 05/02/2005 - The state Civil Service Commission has approved pay increases of 10 percent spread over the next three years; however, there will be some contract concessions to help balance the state budget.

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Heating Costs Soar and Assistance Is on the Way

Updated: 12/15/2004 - Your heating bill will run you about $20 more per month this winter. Millions of dollars more in grant money is being released to help low income families who can't afford to pay their heating bills.

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A Marine's Homecoming

Updated: 12/15/2004 - A Michigan Marine is greeted by family and friends as he's welcomed back from a second tour of duty.

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Lansing Crime is Down

Updated: 12/14/2004 - There’s good news from the Lansing Police Department as the city reviews its biannual FBI Uniform Crime Report.

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Google Will Copy U of M Library Books

Updated: 05/02/2005 - The Internet search giant wants to copy rare books in the University of Michigan library and put their contents online.

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Michigan GOP Leadership Race Tightens

Updated: 12/14/2004 - One candidate for the GOP's top spot is dropping out and throwing his support to a candidate who hasn't even formally announced.

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Jackson Schools Make Tough Cuts

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Jackson Public Schools voted 5 to 2 in favor of cutting thier budget $1.2 million. As a result they will privitize thier custodial services and lay off more then 50 workers and cut 60 job positions.

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Crossing Guards Needed

Updated: 12/14/2004 - When the last bell rings and children head out of Donley Elementary School in East Lansing, they're met by a member of the Meridian Township Police Department. That's because the school does not have a crossing guard.

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Holiday Weight Gain

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Here’s how to prevent packing on pounds during the holidays.

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