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Schools Question Lap-tops for 6th Graders

Updated: 10/07/2003 - Local school districts say they might not be able to implement the state of Michigan's plan to provide every sixth grader in state with a lap-top computer.

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MEAP Scores Out

Posted: 10/06/2003 - After a four-month delay test scores for 28 area schools districts are out and the Lansing system ranks at the bottom of the list in several subjects.

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Noise Ordinance Quiets Homecoming

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Area police and Michigan State University students say this has been a quiet Homecoming weekend, and some are saying that could be because of the new city noise ordinance.

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Susan Swanson Takes the Stand

Updated: 10/03/2003 - The woman accused of driving drunk and hitting a 40-year-old man walking on Grand River Avenue took the witness stand Friday.

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MEAP Results In

Updated: 05/02/2005 - After months of anticipation and delay, the Michigan Department of Treasury releases the results of the Winter 2003 MEAP Test.

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Suspect Charged in Robberies

Updated: 10/02/2003 - The man investigators say is linked to multiple Mid-Michigan robberies, is now behind bars, awaiting his preliminary examination.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Cystic Fibrosis

Updated: 10/03/2003 - It's gene therapy with a twist, making microscopic bee-bee's out of DNA strands and launching them into cells to correct genetic defects. It's a project that represents a radical new era not only in gene therapy research, but in general medicine as well.

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Flu Shots

Updated: 10/01/2003 - Immunization season begins Oct. 1.

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Fresh Mex

Updated: 10/01/2003 - The food police is back at it again!

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Fetal Photos

Updated: 10/01/2003 - Seeing a baby move in an ultrasound is one of the greatest joys of pregnancy.

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Infant Cereal

Posted: 10/01/2003 - A new study says babies could be at risk for developing diabetes if infant cereal is not introduced at the right time.

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City and School Share Ideas and Costs

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Every three months the city of East Lansing and the school district meet to discuss costs they have in common and ways to share the economic burden.

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Labor Talks Continue

Updated: 09/30/2003 - In automotive news, UAW Local 652 is the first of the four Lansing-based United Auto Workers unions to ratify a local contract agreement with General Motors.

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U.A.W. Local 652 Finalizes GM Contracts

Updated: 09/30/2003 - The United Auto Workers (U.A.W.) Local 652 approved both the national and local General Motors contract agreements late Monday.

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City Kicks Off Campaign

Updated: 09/29/2003 - The city of Lansing is kicking off its 2003 Capital Area United Way Campaign.

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Hepatitis C

Updated: 09/29/2003 - The silent epidemic in Michigan is not only a problem in Michigan's prison systems.

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Ride for Cancer Research

Updated: 09/29/2003 - A Mid-Michigan woman is one of 26 cyclists who will be riding across the United States with Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong to raise awareness for cancer research.

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Infant Learning Speed

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Scientists have found out more information about how quickly very young children learn. They did it by tracking the eye movements of infants, and scientists do find infants do learn very quickly.

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Thermalift

Updated: 09/26/2003 - If you're not ready for a radical procedure to reverse the aging process, there are a number of non-surgical alternatives. There is one that does its work underneath the skin, giving patients tighter skin, without surgery.

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Flu Shots

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Ingham County Health Dept. is holding flu shot clinics.

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Teen Text Messaging

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Text messaging is spoiling teenager's sleep. That's the headline on an article published in a British medical journal.

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Daily Aspirin

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. But what if hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved by doing one simple thing?

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Mother Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Candilynn Anderson could face up to fifteen years in prison if she's convicted of involuntary manslaughter. Her son D'Juan Higgs died Sept. 10 when a loaded gun went off while he was playing with it.

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Count Day

Updated: 09/24/2003 - The fourth Wednesday is a very important day for kids to be in class. Attendance on count day could make or break what programs are offered at your child's school.

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Cold Season

Updated: 09/24/2003 - The CDC says a good way to prevent the spread of the flu is by covering your nose when you cough or sneeze.

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