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Three Suspects in EL Fatal Shooting

Updated: 03/01/2004 - Three Detroit men have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting in East Lansing early Sunday.

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Standoff in Eaton County

Updated: 02/29/2004 - A five-hour standoff in Eaton County ended Sunday afternoon with two men being treated for stab wounds and one man in police custody.

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No Proof of Insurance?

Updated: 02/29/2004 - If you get pulled over by the police and fail to provide proof of insurance, you could get a ticket. You could also get a hefty fine from the state.

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Infested Tree Removal

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Thousands of mid-Michigan's trees are marked for destruction, across the state, the number is in the millions. It's all because of the Emerald Ash Borer beetle.

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Why Salt Increases Blood Pressure

Updated: 02/26/2004 - We've known for years that eating too much salt can lead to high blood pressure, but until now we really didn't understand why it happens.

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The Passion

Updated: 02/25/2004 - As Mid-Michigan flocks to the theaters for the opening of the movie The Passion of the Christ, many questions remain about the film content.

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Same Sex Marriage Amendment

Updated: 02/25/2004 - A state constitutional amendment to ban same sex marriage has cleared a house committee.

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Kids' Meal Nutrition

Updated: 02/25/2004 - What your kids are actually eating in restaurants may surprise you. The same group who told you how many calories and fat are in your favorite foods is now analyzing kid's menus.

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Misdiagnosing Dementia

Updated: 02/25/2004 - Health officials estimate that there are seven and a half million Alzeheimer's victims in this country and that epidemic is only going to grow as the population gets older. Some experts believe that some of those patients could actually have accruable condition.

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East Lansing City Officials List Accomplishments and New Objectives

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Downtown development and neighborhood protection are topping the list of East Lansing's biggest accomplishments made during the past two years. That according to the City Manager's Strategic Priorities Report released at Tuesday night's city council work session.

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No Traffic Headaches for Local Business

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Despite the intersection of Saginaw Highway and Canal St. in Delta Township drawing commuter fury, local business are cashing in.

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Granholm Addresses Gay Marriage Issue

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Gov. Jennifer Granholm doesn't expect same-sex marriages to become a controversy in Michigan, but said if they did she wouldn't support them.

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Armed Robberies May be Linked

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Two armed robberies Sunday night have Lansing Police looking for a gunman and investigating a connection to other robberies that occurred less than one week ago.

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Ingham County Med Examiner Back

Updated: 02/23/2004 - The Ingham County Medical Examiner is back at work on Monday, after a year of military service overseas.

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Parishioners React to Lansing's Sexual Abuse Report

Updated: 02/23/2004 - While the John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City of New York prepares to release it's study, parishioners belonging to the Diocese of Lansing are reacting to mid-Michigan' s sexual abuse report.

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Church Folks

Updated: 02/23/2004 - A Haslett High School gradaute is making his film writing and producing debut this weekend. Tim Rizor's first movie, Church Folks, is finished and hitting the big screen this weekend.

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Mid Michigan Girl Does the Right Thing by Reporting a Scare

Updated: 02/20/2004 - A Meridian Township girl feared a stranger was following her on her way to school Thursday morning so she ran the few blocks to Cornell Elementary and later told her mom and school officials about the incident.

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Rare Isotope Accelerator

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Michigan State University is fighting to bring one of the most advanced nuclear physics facilities in the world to East Lansing.

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No Child Left Behind?

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Some Michigan lawmakers are concerned that the federal "No Child Left Behind" Act is requiring too much of schools, without giving them the resources to improve.

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Pet Therapy

Updated: 02/19/2004 - A program using pets helps patients during the recovery process.

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Spring Loaded

Updated: 02/19/2004 - A new trend in footwear is giving patients an extra spring in their step. Thye're called Z-Coils and they've got some patients with chronic foot pain walking on air.

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Early Morning Armed Robbery

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Eaton County Sheriff Deputies are looking for the man who held up a party store in Potterville around 3 o'clock this morning...

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Spirometer Testing

Updated: 02/18/2004 - A test can tell you how old your lungs are.

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