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Mid-Michigan Reacts to Middle East Capture

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Shortly after dozens of Michigan National Guardsmen got on a bus and headed out, on the first leg of a journey that'll take tem overseas, the word came down.

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Guardsmen Ready to Deploy

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Less than two weeks before Christmas and dozens of Mid Michigan men and women are getting ready to go overseas to serve. National Guard soldiers from the 163rd Battalion in Lansing were briefed in order to prepare for their departure Sunday morning.

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Memory Computer

Updated: 12/14/2003 - A new invention, wearable technology, may boost brainpower and help people that are forgetful.

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Missing Baby and Mother

Updated: 12/12/2003 - A baby is missing and state police are asking the public for help in finding her and her mother who also disappeared. It's been one month since anyone has seen 37-year-old Stacey Kesson or her six-month-old infant daughter.

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"Celebration of Life" at MSU

Updated: 12/12/2003 - The Michigan State University Veterinary Clinic held its first ever "Celebration of Life" Friday, reuniting pets with the vets who saved their lives.

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Michigan Flu Activity Bumped Up

Updated: 12/12/2003 - More Michiganians are sick with influenza, as flu vaccine supplies run short. Today, the Department of Community Health reported Michigan's flu activity is now classified as "regional," bumped up from "local."

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Foster Care

Updated: 12/12/2003 - More and more foster care children are being placed with family members. But foster care homes say the support systems need to be more readily available.

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Flu Alternatives

Updated: 12/12/2003 - While there is a scramble to find the flu vaccine around the country, some are taking a more Holistic approach.

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Marshall State Farm Closing

Updated: 12/12/2003 - For over 50 years the Marshall State Farm Regional Office has been a part of the city. Thursday, officials announced plans to close the office in approximately two years.

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Flu Hysteria

Updated: 12/11/2003 - The latest on the shortage of the flu vaccine.

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Tots Shop for Toys for Tots

Updated: 12/12/2003 - Thirty-four preschoolers raised more than $1,200, and Thursday they spent it all to buy toys for less fortunate children.

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Granholm Tells GOP to End Pressure

Updated: 12/11/2003 - Gov. Granholm is sending a message to GOP Chairwoman Betsy DeVos to stop pressuring Republican Representatives to vote against the proposed income tax delay.

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Cool Cities

Updated: 12/11/2003 - Is it cool to live in Michigan cities? State and city officials are looking at ways to make our urban centers more hip.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 12/10/2003 - The new Christmas tree, candles and holly may look nice, but if you have asthma, it could trigger an attack.

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Flu in Schools

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Lansing School District has guidelines for attendance when it comes to illnesses.

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Cuts to State Revenue Sharing

Updated: 12/10/2003 - To balance the budget the state government plans on making a five-percent cut in state revenue sharing.

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Semi Rollover Snarls Morning Traffic

Updated: 12/10/2003 - A semi rolled over on northbound U.S. 127 Tuesday morning, spilling its load of steel and snarling rush hour traffic.

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Back Child Support Collected

Updated: 12/10/2003 - State Attorney General Mike Cox promised to turn the heat up on deadbeat parents and it seems the pressure is paying off.

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Flu Shots Still Available in Lansing

Updated: 12/10/2003 - As area health departments report an end to flu shot supplies, one Mid-Michigan clinic still has a supply of the vaccine.

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Deal on Tax Cut Freeze

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Gov. Jennifer Granholm and the Senate GOP leader have agreed to delay a state income tax rate reduction until July of next year. That will result in a $77 million savings for the state.

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Mid-Michigan Flu Shot Shortage

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Several Mid-Michigan county health departments fear that their supplies of the flu shot will be gone by week's end.

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Woman Mugged

Updated: 12/08/2003 - A 72-year-old woman is still trying to sort things out after being mugged.

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Racino

Updated: 12/08/2003 - The agriculture industry is urging the Michigan Senate to consider the Agriculture Enhancement Package.

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