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Cop Shot in Break-In

Updated: 04/30/2004 - One man is dead and a Lansing Police officer is hospitalized after a late night shootout on Lansing's Southside.

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Computer Game Teaches Food Facts

Updated: 04/30/2004 - Eating right and doing it on a budget can be a difficult task, but Michigan State University has made learning how fun.

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Shooting on Lansing's Southside Leaves a Police Officer Injured

Updated: 04/30/2004 - A Lansing Police Officer is in surgery after being shot Thursday night while responding to a call on Lansing's Southside. It happened around 10:30 p.m., near the town home complex Traditions, on the 800 block of West Edgewood Blvd.

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The End of Oldsmobile

Updated: 04/29/2004 - After more than 100 years in Lansing, the last Oldsmobile rolled off the assembly line Thursday morning.

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Med School Move

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Residents, faculty, and students voice their opinions about Michigan State University's plan to move the College of Human Medicine to Grand Rapids.

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Train-Car Accident Under Investigation

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Charlotte Police and the Canadian National Railroad are both investigating a deadly accident after a mother and daughter are killed when a train hit their car.

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Students Start Fire

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Jackson Police say two students are responsible for a fire at Middle School at Parkside last Thursday.

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Fire Protection Under-Funded in Colleges

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Fire protection services at Michigan State University and 14 other colleges around the state are in jeopardy because lawmakers have not found a way to fund them.

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MSU’s RIA Breakthrough

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Michigan State University’s chances of winning the federal Rare Isotope Accelerator project (RIA) improve due to a professor’s breakthrough in cost cutting and innovation.

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Sex Offender Registry Crackdown

Updated: 04/27/2004 - Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox announced a crackdown Tuesday on convicted sex offenders who've failed to register with the state.

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Indicted Senator Proclaims Innocence

Updated: 04/27/2004 - An indicted state senator says he is innocent and will continue to serve until he is vindicated of federal charges.

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Lansing’s Housing Plan

Updated: 04/27/2004 - The City of Lansing plans to use $4.5 million worth of federal funding to refurbish and help build homes in Lansing. But those applying for refurbishment grants may expect to wait for results.

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Teachers Want Parents in the Classroom

Updated: 04/26/2004 - A new study released Monday finds a majority of Michigan teachers want parents to be more involved in the classroom.

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Thousands Take to the Streets of Downtown Lansing to Race for a Cure

Updated: 04/26/2004 - It's the second year the Komen Greater Lansing Race for the Cure was held, the fourth year a local chapter of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has been in the area. Organizers predict more than 3,000 people participated in the event Sunday.

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Military Families Peacefully Demonstrate in East Lansing

Updated: 04/26/2004 - Families of troops in the National Guard's 1775th Military Police unit out of Pontiac say it's not about the war and it's not about politics. They say their peaceful demonstration, held in East Lansing Saturday, was simply about the soldiers and the extra time they will be spending overseas.

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Toy Recall

Updated: 04/23/2004 - There is a recall that parents should be aware of.

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Neck Disc Fix

Updated: 03/07/2006 - For more than half of people over 40, a “pain in the neck" may be due to the degeneration of a spinal disc. Some people choose surgery, but that can cause even more wear and tear on other spinal discs in the neck. Now some Chicago area patients are trying an experimental alternative.

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School Fire Suspicious

Updated: 04/22/2004 - Jackson fire officials are ruling a school fire early Thursday morning suspicious.

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Business Index Sends Mixed Messages

Updated: 04/22/2004 - The Greater Lansing Business Index, an indicator of economic health, was released. The survey of 300 local businesses found mixed results.

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History of Concrete Corp. Set to End

Updated: 04/22/2004 - The Boichot Concrete Corp. is in the process of selling off the rest of its equipment in an auction April 29. This ends the business longevity in Lansing that dates back to the 1880s.

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Fit Foods

Updated: 04/21/2004 - You may act your age, but do you eat like it?

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Link Between Love Life and Health

Updated: 04/21/2004 - Scientists around the world are trying to find out if there is a link between marriage and stress on the body's ability to heal.

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