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Condoleeza Rice to Speak at MSU Graduation

Updated: 05/02/2005 - She's been the topic of discussion in America for weeks over her 9-11 commission testimony, but National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice will be leading the discussion at Michigan State University next month.

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Pain Not to Ignore

Updated: 04/13/2004 - We all have little aches and pains. Most of them go away pretty quickly. But, every once in a while, the pain lingers.

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Ephedra Gone

Updated: 04/13/2004 - A court ruling today forces local stores to no longer stock or sell the diet supplement Ephedra.

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Prom Safety Initiative

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Tri-County Area Police are working together to make this a safe and sober prom season for local high schoolers.

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Local Iraq Reaction

Updated: 04/12/2004 - With an end to the violence nowhere in sight, two political leaders talk about their recent trips to the war torn region.

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Gas Prices Drop

Updated: 04/12/2004 - With most drivers home from spring break holiday, the price of gasoline begins to drop.

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Easter Services

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Father Mark Inglot, of the St. John's Student Parish, believes that hope has brought the masses to Easter Sunday Mass. Inglot says this is the day the Lord rose from the dead, and everyone is gathered to celebrate that hope.

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SAT Retakes

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Close to 200 students took the SAT March 27 at Sexton High School, and in a couple of weeks, they'll be taking it again.

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Police Make Arrest in Tanning Robbery

Updated: 04/09/2004 - A man and a woman believed to be responsible for a number of area robberies are in custody. They're being charged with the armed robbery of the B-Tan Tanning Salon in East Lansing last week.

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Power Outage Planned

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Consumers Energy customers in the Charlotte area will be without power early Saturday morning for approximately 90 minutes while crews do repair work in the area.

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Outage Zaps TVs

Updated: 04/08/2004 - A power outage in the Grand Ledge area zaps some people's valuable electronics, and now those folks want the power company to pay for the damage.

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Troops Return Home

Updated: 04/08/2004 - A Michigan National Guard unit returns home Thursday, greeted by hundred of supporters in Midland.

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Gyrotonics

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Researchers say eight out of every 10 people will wake up wincing because of lower back pain sometime in their life.

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Incompatible Transplant

Updated: 04/08/2004 - To successfully transplant a heart, doctors must not only guard against rejection, they must ensure that the blood type of the donated heart and the blood type of the recipient are the same.

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MSU Med School

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Michigan State University and local leaders come to another agreement on the possible move of the College of Human Medicine to Grand Rapids.

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World Health Day in Mid-Michigan

Updated: 04/07/2004 - April 7 is World Health Day here in Michigan and across the globe. The focus of this year's Day is traffic safety, which is a growing health concern, especially for young people.

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Depression Magnets

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Imagine sitting back comfortably in a chair while a magnet reverses any symptoms of clinical depression. Sounds like quackery, doesn't it? Not so says the Food and Drug Administration.

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MSU Academic Senate Meeting Set, Faculty Pleased

Updated: 04/07/2004 - As talks continue about the possibility of a med school move to Grand Rapids, faculty at Michigan State University are fighting to get their opinions heard.

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Health Care Troubles

Posted: 04/06/2004 - Health insurance is one of the fastest growing expenses for schools nationwide, and Michigan is no different.

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Colon Research

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in this country. One of the best defenses against it is early detection.

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Red Cross Reaches a Tentative Agreement

Posted: 04/03/2004 - Health care coverage and how much money employees will contribute to it was the issue preventing an earlier agreement on a four year contract, but late Friday night a deal was made.

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Deadly Accident in Jackson County

Updated: 04/02/2004 - Spring Arbor Road in Summit Township is open again after a deadly two-vehicle collision near Robinson Road.

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Cool Cities Grant

Updated: 04/01/2004 - Governor Jennifer Granholm announced about a dozen Cool Cities Catalyst Grants will be doled out to individual applicants of her Cool Cities Initiatives. That amounts to $100,000 for each successful applicant.

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