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MSU Graduates Head Out Into Real World

Updated: 05/10/2004 - For the lucky ones who've landed a job, it's time to start working. Other graduating seniors will continue to search for a job in a less then perfect market, but for many it'll be back to school in the fall.

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McPherson Announces MSU Exit

Updated: 05/07/2004 - MSU President M. Peter McPherson today announced his resignation from the university.

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MSU Prepares for Convocation Speaker

Updated: 05/06/2004 - Michigan State University staff is checking security and finalizing last minute details all in preparation for its highly publicized, high profile convocation speaker.

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LCC & Lansing Township Dispute

Updated: 05/06/2004 - $15 million dollars in property taxes is in the balance as Lansing Community College and Lansing Township continue their legal battle for the money, and now state senators are putting pressure for both to settle the dispute.

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Work Zone Safety

Updated: 05/06/2004 - It's the annual kickoff Thursday for work zone safety on the steps of the Capitol. A memorial to those who lost their lives was the centerpiece of the event.

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Schools of Choice

Updated: 05/05/2004 - The state's schools of choice program offers parents the option to send their children to neighboring districts. But there are some changes this year in the way schools are approaching this program.

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Kids Exercise at the Capitol

Updated: 05/05/2004 - A thousand Michigan school kids got some fresh air and exercise at the State Capitol Wednesday, as part of the annual "All Children Exercise Simultaneously" program.

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Lansing Drug Store Closing

Updated: 05/05/2004 - Brown's Drugstore in Lansing is closing down and downsizing. It's owner attributes the closing to the United Auto Worker/General Motors prescription drug plan that relies on filling prescriptions through mail order.

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Council Committee Proposes Police Consolidation

Updated: 05/04/2004 - Combining both police precincts and central headquarters could save the city of Lansing half a million dollars a year in rent. That is according to a council committee on rental properties.

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Sasser Worm Hits MSU

Updated: 05/04/2004 - A worldwide computer virus is infecting computers at Michigan State University. And computer experts and students say it couldn't have hit at a worse time.

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Revamping Marriage and Divorce Laws

Updated: 05/04/2004 - A proposal to revamp the state's marriage and divorce laws is moving toward a vote in the Michigan House of Representatives.

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Hundreds Protest President Bush

Updated: 05/04/2004 - The President stopped in Kalamazoo to rally Republican support in the key battleground of Michigan, but was met with hundreds of protesters before his speech.

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Unemployment in Mid-Michigan

Updated: 05/03/2004 - Unemployment is stuck around seven percent in Michigan, and those without work say job opportunities are few and far between.

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Medicare Drug Cards

Updated: 05/03/2004 - There's a cheaper way for seniors citizens to pay for those costly prescription drugs. But it may not benefit everyone.

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School Welcomes Teacher Home

Updated: 05/03/2004 - After serving more than a year in Iraq and Kuwait, Captain Megan Spink returns to Columbia Middle School where she teaches.

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Wounded Officer at Home Recuperating

Updated: 05/03/2004 - Lansing Police officer Rob Vargas, wounded in an April 29 shooting on Lansing's Southside, has been released from the hospital and is at home recuperating.

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Clean Water Thanks to the Lansing Wastewater Treatment Plant

Updated: 05/03/2004 - It goes down the drain, eventually ending up in the Grand River, Lake Michigan and the Atlantic Ocean. But before we can use it again, water must be filtered, purified and tested at the Lansing Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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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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