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Okemos Lights

Updated: 12/24/2003 - While many here in Mid-Michigan are taking a break from all of the hustle and bustle others are basking in the glow of their holiday decorations, spending the night celebrating the reason for the season.

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Lansing Post's Safety Streak

Updated: 12/24/2003 - F/Lt. Gary Nix, Michigan State Lansing Post Commander says he hopes to continue his agency’s streak of three consecutive holiday periods without a fatal accident.

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Flu Travel

Updated: 12/23/2003 - Flu activity here in Michigan is at its highest level, "widespread." Health officials warn travelers to beware when traveling this holiday season.

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Anthrax Vaccine a Personal Choice for Military

Updated: 12/23/2003 - A judge ruled that servicemen and women couldn’t be forced to receive the anthrax vaccine if they choose not to. The news could affect sales of Lansing’s Bioport to its largest client the U.S. Department of Defense.

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Hand Washing

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Frequent hand washing is a good way to keep from catching the flu. A recent study shows doctors don't measure up to nurses in handwashing frequency.

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Death May Be Flu Related

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Doctors have confirmed that Robin Williams, the little girl who died Wednesday evening, had a strain of influenza in her system. Now, a second death is being reported.

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Young Mother Strangled

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Ingham County's Medical Examiner says a young mother was strangled to death in her apartment.

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Heart Saver

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Congestive heart failure is a debilitating condition that affects up to 5 million people. It leads to shortness of breath, weakness, fatigue and impaired quality of life. Medications help manage the symptoms but a new breakthrough procedure is actually fixing the failing heart.

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Weather Headache

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Some people rely on the weather forecast but others rely on their head, or what's going on inside. There maybe a connection between the weather and those migraine headaches people receive.

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Mysterious Death

Updated: 12/18/2003 - A little girl is dead and nobody knows why.

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Church Flu

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Can you get sick from common traditions at church?

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Drink and Drive

Updated: 12/18/2003 - A number of law enforcement agencies came together today to kick off the statewide "You Drink and Drive. You Lose" campaign.

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Governor, Legislature Reach Budget Deal

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Gov. Granholm and the state legislature have agreed on a budget deal that delays next year's income tax reduction and cuts spending another $12 million.

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Budget Battles Could be Near an End

Updated: 12/18/2003 - State Legislators may be near an end to the ongoing state budget battles to erase a $930 million deficit.

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A Flight to Life

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A local man with brain cancer gets help from co-workers and a local organization.

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Okemos Flu

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A Mid-Michigan school is fighting a losing battle with the flu. Chippewa Middle School has one fifth of its student body absent with flu-like symptoms.

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Lupus Kidney

Updated: 12/17/2003 - About a milion and a half Americans have Lupus. It causes a lot of symptoms, but if a patient's kidneys are affected they could end up needing a transplant. Now there's a new pil that could avoid this complication.

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Budget Cutting Battle

Updated: 12/17/2003 - Looks like people are going to see an income tax cut in a couple of weeks. But that could mean your child's school may take another big hit.

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Illness Hits Okemos Schools

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Dozens of students are absent from their Okemos classrooms due to illness.

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Ash Borer Assualt Planned

Updated: 12/16/2003 - A combined assault on the Emerald Ash Borer is planned by local, state, and federal authorities. More than 1,000 could be destroyed.

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Showdown Week at State Capitol

Updated: 12/16/2003 - It's showdown week at the state capitol, as Gov. Granholm and state House Republicans go head to head over how to balance the state's $920 million deficit.

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