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Mega Jackpot Grows

Updated: 09/08/2004 - No winning tickets in the latest Mega Millions drawing means the jackpot continues to grow.

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Utilities Costs Rise for New Homes in E. Lansing

Updated: 09/07/2004 - The East Lansing City Council approves an ordinance to raise the costs of connecting to water and sewer lines for new homes in E. Lansing. That may increase the prices of new homes in the area, but only slightly.

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MSU Celebrates 150 Years

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Long recognized for its academics and athletics, Michigan State University is now celebrating another accomplishment, its sesquicentennial.

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Governor Granholm Tested for Tuberculosis

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Governor Granholm is being tested for tuberculosis because she may have come in contact with a state employee diagnosed with the illness.

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Car Crashes Into Kerry Headquarters

Updated: 09/07/2004 - A suspected drunken driver smashes into the Muskegon Heights campaign headquarters for Presidential candidate John Kerry.

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Local CERT Volunteers Called to Help in Florida

Updated: 09/06/2004 - The Community Emergency Response Team is trained to respond to local emergencies, but now they're being deployed to a national disaster for the first time.

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Labor Day Labor

Updated: 09/06/2004 - For some in mid-Michigan, Labor Day means a break from the daily grind; for others it's just another day at work.

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Credit Card Payments

Updated: 09/05/2004 - Study shows the number of delinquent credit card payments is down to its lowest point in four years.

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Stockbridge Bus Vandals

Updated: 09/03/2004 - Ingham County Sheriff's deputies investigate who broke into a Stockbridge school bus and took it for a joyride. The bus later burst into flames.

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Meridian Family Stabbed to Death

Updated: 09/03/2004 - Autopsy results released by the Ingham County coroner shows that the three members of the Urbanik family were stabbed to death.

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Lead Testing Changes Recommended

Updated: 09/02/2004 - A national expert on water quality testing says the national standard, currently used by the Lansing Board of Water and Light, is insufficient and needs upgrading.

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LPD's Canine Cop Oliver Retires

Updated: 09/02/2004 - It's his last day on the force, but he won't be retiring to Florida or even returning to the Lansing Police Department as a consultant. Instead, Oliver, one of LPD's most distinguished canine cops, will be heading home with his handler.

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Americans Working Harder

Updated: 09/02/2004 - New study finds that Americans are working harder in the past six months.

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Spartan Oil Corp the Day After

Updated: 09/01/2004 - The Fire at the Spartan Oil Corp. is being viewed as an accident by investigators, and the preliminary cause may be an malfunction within some electrical equipment for heating the motor oil.

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