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Jackson Wal-Mart Opens to Mix Reviews

Posted: 07/20/2004 - It means hundreds of new jobs for the Jackson area and more money coming into the community but not everyone is excited about the grand opening of Jackson's new Wal-Mart Supercenter. The chain, on W. Michigan Ave., opens Wednesday morning.

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Beat the Heat

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Ways to protect you and your family from health-related injuries.

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Polar Express

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Steven Spielberg's new animated motion picture will feature the sight and sounds of a local steam locomotive.

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Worker Training Money Back

Updated: 07/20/2004 - The Capital Area Michigan Works needed to freeze the distribution of its federal Trade Adjustment Assistance funding because the state did not have the proper funding from the government. Now that money is finally back, but for how long?

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Walking Improves Health

Updated: 07/19/2004 - Hall of Fame broadcaster Ernie Harwell will lead Blue Cross Blue Shield's "Walking Works" this Sunday at Oldsmobile Park before the Lugnets game.

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Credit Scoring

Updated: 07/19/2004 - State officials and the insurance industry are facing off over the use of credit scoring in determining insurance rates.

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McCain Endorses Schwarz

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Senator John McCain endorsed Dr. John "Joe" Schwarz for the Republican primaries in the race for the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Dems Threaten Legal Action

Updated: 07/17/2004 - The Michigan Democratic Party is threatening to file charges of improper campaign financing against Ralph Nader and the Michigan Republican Party over 42,000 signatures acquired by the GOP for Nader.

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Cheney Arrives in Mid-Michigan

Updated: 07/16/2004 - A handful of observers gathered at Capital City Airport with cameras in hand hoping to get the first shot of Vice President Dick Cheney's touch down into mid-Michigan.

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Nader Closes in On Michigan Ballot

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Thanks in large part to the Republican party, Ralph Nader submitted the required 300,000 signatures to the Secretary of State's office to qualify for the November presidential ballot.

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Paying for Campaigning

Updated: 07/15/2004 - While Michigan State Police say they expect “a little overtime” associated with Vice President Dick Cheney’s visit to Lansing, other cities have been hit hard with security costs.

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Northwest Airline Problems

Updated: 07/15/2004 - A computer glitch forced the delays and cancellations of more than 100 flights nationwide on Wednesday.

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The Fight for Hillcrest Village

Updated: 07/15/2004 - The Mannausa family is seeking permission from three different East Lansing entities to tear down the Hillcrest Village Apartments and rebuild high rise condominiums.

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Crackdown on Gun Carrying Parolees

Updated: 07/14/2004 - Governor Granholm says she's going to send parolees and probationers back to prison if they're caught with guns. It's a new way to fight rising crime rates.

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Lansing Evacuation a Success but at What Cost?

Updated: 07/14/2004 - Lansing Police and fire officials say Tuesday's downtown evacuation due to a gas main break was a success. Authorities say there were no injuries because of the construction rupturing a gas line that lead to an evacuation, but the success could come at a cost to taxpayers.

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What's Going Around?

Updated: 07/14/2004 - Health officials say they may recommend a booster shot of the pertussis vaccine.

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