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Child Abuse Legislation Push

Posted: 03/23/2006 - The State Attorney General calls for better reporting of potential child abuse cases in Michigan.

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Youth in Government

Posted: 03/23/2006 - High schoolers will be running the State Capitol Thursday.

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GM Offers Cash Incentives for Workers to Retire

Updated: 03/23/2006 - More than 10,000 mid-Michigan workers are eligible for cash incentives from General Motors to retire early. Union leaders say it's a good deal -- but it's not known how many workers will take the automaker up on its offer.

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Heating Holland Hearing

Updated: 03/30/2006 - Tensions were high during Day 10 of Tim and Lisa Holland's preliminary court hearing. The Williamston couple is accused of murdering their adoptive son Ricky.

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Bullying Bill May Duplicate School Efforts

Updated: 03/22/2006 - The anti-bullying bill touted Tuesday by Gov. Jennifer Granholm would duplicate efforts already undertaken in local schools, according to a principal at a mid-Michigan middle school. But parents there say more rules from the state could mean less bullying.

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Tim Holland: "What Have I Done"

Updated: 03/22/2006 - A detective testifies Tim Holland fell to his knees and cried, "What have I done" as he led police to the remains of his son Ricky.

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Getting Paid to Parent

Updated: 03/21/2006 - The state's Department of Human Services confirms Tim and Lisa Holland received more than $26,000 per year for adopting Ricky and two of his siblings.

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Teen Sentenced for Library Assault

Updated: 03/22/2006 - A 13-year-old will be in state custody for two years for sexually molesting a seven-year-old girl in a Brighton library.

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Man Found Dead in Prison Cell

Posted: 03/21/2006 - The Lansing man sent to prison for brutally murdering his mother, stepfather, and half-brother is dead.

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Lansing Mayor's Budget Due in One Week

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero has one week to present his budget to the city council. Although he won't confirm that specific cuts have been made, the mayor's budget priorities are increasingly clear.

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Leaders Express Some Support for Sharing Services

Posted: 03/20/2006 - With a $10 million-plus deficit looming for Lansing, leaders of communities around Lansing expressed some interest Monday in sharing services, like a fire department, with the City of Lansing, and, each other.

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War Anniversary Marked with Protests

Updated: 03/20/2006 - More than 200 local anti-war activists staged protests around the Lansing area to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq War.

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Three Years in Iraq: Jackson Group Calls for War's End

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Three years ago this weekend, the U.S. campaign of "Shock and Awe" marked the start of the war in Iraq. A Jackson religious group marched Saturday mourn the loss of lives, and to call for an end to the war.

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Last Car Rolls Off the Line at Lansing Craft Centre

Updated: 03/17/2006 - The last car rolls off the line at GM's now-closed Lansing Craft Centre. Former workers gathered at the plant in Lansing Township for a somber ceremony to officially close the facility.

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Spring Is Near

Updated: 03/17/2006 - Don't start planting yet even though spring is around the corner.

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