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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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Activists March on Despite Rain

Updated: 04/21/2004 - About 30 showed up on Michigan State University's campus in a show of solidarity and support to make people more aware of issues of gender and sexual assault in the 2004 Take Back the Night March.

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Universal Healthcare

Updated: 04/20/2004 - The doctors of tomorrow rally Tuesday on the steps of the Capitol. They say the state needs universal healthcare.

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New Information on Sunday's Deadly Shooting

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Lansing Police are releasing a description of the person they believe is responsible for Sunday's shooting in downtown Lansing that left one person dead and three injured.

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Michigan Lawmakers Get Back to Work

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Michigan lawmakers end their two-week spring recess and return to some leftover issues including tax hikes and budget cuts.

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MDOT Denies Lansing’s Speed Request

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Monday, the Lansing City Council announced that its request to lower the speed limit on a portion of US 127 was denied.

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MSU Unveils New Telescope and Remote Viewing Room

Updated: 04/19/2004 - The Southern Astrophysical Research or SOAR telescope sits high upon a mountain in Chile, but Professors of Astronomy at Michigan State University say it'll be one of their most beneficial research tools.

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Cold Case

Updated: 04/16/2004 - Jackson authorities believe they have the man who was involved in an unsolved murder more than 20 years ago.

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GM Recalls

Updated: 04/16/2004 - There are a couple of recalls to tell you about Friday involving hundreds of thousands of SUVs.

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Pregnant Massage

Updated: 04/16/2004 - A growing number of expectant women swear by massage. In fact, massage during pregnancy is big business. There are different types of massage some pregnant women say gives them relief.

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Tax Time

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Local postal workers see decrease in postal traffic and believe electronic tax filing is part of the cause.

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No Junk Food

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Lansing State Senator Virg Bernero unveils legislation to set minimum nutrition standards for all foods distributed to Michigan schools.

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State to Increase Monitoring at Gas Stations

Updated: 04/15/2004 - The Michigan Department of Agriculture will be increasing surprise inspections at gas stations across the state because of increasing gas prices and more travel during the summer.

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Lead Paint Problem in Lansing

Updated: 04/14/2004 - Governor Jennifer Granholm signed two bills this week aimed at protecting children exposed to lead. Here in Lansing, the city says lead-based paint is a problem.

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Educators Speak Out on Possible MEAP Changes

Updated: 04/14/2004 - The State Department of Education is considering changing the dates when elementary and middle school students take the Michigan Educational Assessment Program.

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Dropout Rate

Updated: 04/14/2004 - Local leaders are looking at ways to solve the dropout problem in the greater Lansing area.

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Lansing Brings Budget to the People

Updated: 04/14/2004 - In the first of several public budget forums city leaders laid out the issues for Lansing’s 2005 fiscal year budget.

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