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Hundreds of New Citizens Sworn In

Updated: 09/27/2004 - It has been an emotional day for hundreds of men and women in Michigan as they were officially sworn in as America's newest citizens.

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Diplomas Getting Closer Look

Updated: 09/27/2004 - Because of the growing number of so-called diploma mills, employers are taking a closer look at diplomas when hiring.

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Corn Maze Yields Big Business for Local Farmer

Updated: 09/26/2004 - It's been a less than perfect farming season here in mid-Michigan, but with a little creative thinking one local farmer is able to keep business growing by cutting out a corn maze and opening it up to the public.

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Judge Blocks Michigan Trash Law

Updated: 09/24/2004 - A federal judge has postponed a law that would regulate trash shipped into Michigan from out of state.

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Michigan Celebrates the Light Bulb

Updated: 09/24/2004 - A weeklong series of events will commemorate the 125th anniversary of the invention of the light bulb.

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Ups and Downs in Job Market

Updated: 09/24/2004 - Laid off autoworkers being called back to their assembly lines puts a dent in Michigan's unemployment rate.

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Tailgating Troubles

Updated: 09/24/2004 - MSU officials are considering changing their long term and short term policies when it comes to football tailgating.

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Refugees Forced to Leave Condemned Building

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Lansing Police had to be called out to help explain why the building is unsafe, and will be on hand to escort out tenants who refuse to leave, if necessary.

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New Recommendations for Flu Vaccine

Updated: 09/23/2004 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has included one more group in their high-risk category. These high-risk categories are recommended to get a flu shot.

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Patience Means Better Pumpkin

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Pumpkin experts say this year's crop has been stunted by the bad spring weather, but a little patience could make your pumpkin better.

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Cold Season Starting Up

Updated: 09/22/2004 - With the fall season comes the sniffles. Local doctors and school nurses weigh in on when you should skip work or take your child out of school.

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Community Helps Family of Terror Victim

Updated: 09/22/2004 - The community of Hillsdale will be helping facilitate messages of condolences for the family of Eugene "Jack" Armstrong.

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School Count Day

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Millions of dollars in state funding is up for grabs as schools tally their students for "count day."

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