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School Funding Facing New Threat

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Governor Jennifer Granholm says schools may lose another $28 per student in state funding if proposed tax increases for cigarettes and liquor fail.

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Fast Ferry Begins Service

Updated: 06/01/2004 - The first high speed ferry traveling between Wisconsin and Michigan has begun service.

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Memorial Holiday Celebrations

Updated: 05/28/2004 - There is plenty to do if your sticking around for the Memorial Holiday weekend.

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Walter French Likely to Close

Updated: 05/28/2004 - Central Michigan University, the authorizer of Lansing's Walter French Academy, noted in a letter that it will no longer support Walter French's operations a charter school.

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Bullying Forum

Updated: 05/28/2004 - The number one form of violence in American schools is bullying, that according to an instructor at Michigan State University. But, parents, community members and even police sometimes ignore it.

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Gas Prices May Affect Memorial Day Travel

Updated: 05/26/2004 - Memorial Day weekend is the official start of the summer travel season and gas prices may have an effect on some people's travel plans.

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Michigan Prisoner Abuse

Updated: 05/26/2004 - A former member of the Kentucky National Guard claims he was severely beaten by other soldiers who thought he was a prisoner, and the repercussions can be felt right here in Michigan.

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Combined Sewage in Rivers

Updated: 05/26/2004 - City officials in Lansing and East Lansing are reminding residents to stay away from both the Grand and Red Cedar Rivers. Recent storms have caused sewers to overflow into the rivers.

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Portland Priest Arrested

Updated: 05/26/2004 - Portland Priest Father Shamaun Beas is behind bars, charged with eights counts of criminal activity including child sexually abusive activity.

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Flood Insurance

Updated: 05/25/2004 - The cleanup is far from over for some Mid-Michigan residents, and now they are dealing with the financial headache left from the severe weather.

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Farmer's Flooded Fields

Updated: 05/25/2004 - Mid-Michigan farmers are worried about crops, as a record amount of rain continues to fall this month.

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Lansing City Flood Update

Updated: 05/25/2004 - Since Friday, the Department of Public Service has responded to 160 calls for service. The majority of them pertaining to surface flooding from the record rainfall, others for relief from the city's sanitary and sewer system back-ups.

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Clean-up Crews Swamped

Updated: 05/24/2004 - Residents are calling for help by the hundreds in Lansing. Clean-up crews have been on the go since Friday.

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Storm Clean-up in Jackson

Updated: 05/24/2004 - The city of Jackson is working to clean-up after a weekend of severe weather. More than 12,000 customers in the county are still without power.

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Lansing Flooding

Updated: 05/24/2004 - Another round of rain is on the way adding to the already record high totals we've received in the last few days. Meantime, mid-Michigan residents are trying to dry out.

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Severe Storm Aftermath

Updated: 05/24/2004 - As of Saturday evening, 34,000 people in the Jackson area are still without power because of Friday's storms. Heavy rains and high winds also knocked down trees causing damage to homes and city streets.

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Relay for Life Delayed

Updated: 05/22/2004 - After dealing with a change of location, a delayed start and lots of standing water, hundreds of people participating in Grand Ledge's Relay for Life have been sent home until Saturday morning.

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Weather Havoc

Updated: 05/21/2004 - A house fire starts in the garage of a home in Meridian Township. Lightning also strikes a tree in the front yard, but fire officials say they are not sure if it started the fire.

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Storm Damage in Jackson

Updated: 05/21/2004 - Thunderstorms rolled through mid-Michigan Friday afternoon, leaving downed trees and powerlines in the wake.

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Lansing School District Budget Proposals Unveiled to the Public

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Close to 50 teaching positions in the Lansing School District are on the line along with about 50 other support staff jobs. Zero percent pay increases for some 570 teaching assistants and support staff is another suggestion on the table.

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Lightning Strikes

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Lightning struck at least four homes in Shiawasee County Thursday morning. The strike caused two gas leaks and a fire.

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