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Benavides Retains Position

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides won the mayoral election and the day after has him looking back at his campaign, while also looking towards the future.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Experts recommend a vaccine for a deadly form of pneumonia.

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House Passes Dove Hunting Bill

Updated: 11/05/2003 - The Michigan House of Representatives acted quickly to pass a bill allowing the hunting of Mourning Doves in the state. Senate leader says his chambers has other issues more pressing.

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A New Mayor

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Although the numbers were extremely close, the people of Lansing decide to keep Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides as the leader of the city.

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August Blackout Result of Poor Communication

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Michigan untility regulators say the August blackout that left most of Lansing in the dark could have been avoided with better communication between system operators.

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Election 2003 Results

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Your complete 2003 Lansing/Jackson election results.

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Partial Victory for Lansing Schools

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Lansing voters approved a portion of a 74.9 million dollar bond effort. The result means the modernization of some Lansing Schools and a New Pattengill Middle School.

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Lansing Police Recruit Minorities

Updated: 11/04/2003 - The Lansing Police Department is kicking off a new ad campaign aimed at area youth. The department hopes to attract more minority students to jobs with the force.

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Capitol Loop Construction in Limbo

Updated: 11/04/2003 - Lansing City Council President, Carol Wood, says the Michigan Department of Transportation is in part to blame for the derailment of a construction project that could modernize Lansing’s streets, sidewalks and sewers.

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Last Day Before Election

Updated: 11/03/2003 - On the day before the election, both candidates continue to gain support and get their message out in these last hours.

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Jackson Schools Budget Cut

Updated: 05/02/2005 - After making more than $2 million in cuts last spring, Jackson Public School officials are looking to make another $2.2 million in mid-year cut.

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Flu-Mist

Updated: 11/03/2003 - The non-invasive form of the flu vaccine is now being administered to MSU athletes and athletic department staff.

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Mayor's Race Dead Heat

Updated: 10/31/2003 - The mayor's race in Lansing is a virtual dead heat as both candidates have their sights on the finish line.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Flu Shots

Updated: 10/31/2003 - Flu season is here again and the last three flu seasons have been pretty mild and the vaccine cannot protect you entirely. But scientists have found out why skipping a flu shot one year can increase you flu risk for the next year.

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Medical Breakthroughs: Cancer Sponge

Updated: 10/31/2003 - Scientists at Harbor Branch in Fort Pierce have made an exciting discovery, a large quantity of sponge they say has some of the best cancer fighting potential of anything they've collected.

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Kresge Art Center Shooting Update

Updated: 10/31/2003 - The MSU police officer who shot a suspect breaking in the Kresge Art Center and Museum will not face any charges.

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Donating or Selling Your Computer?

Posted: 10/29/2003 - Credit card purchases, perhaps social security information, address and sensitive information can be found on your hard drive. While many people attempt to reformat or erase their hard drives. A News 10 investigation finds that with the right tools your data can be recovered.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 10/30/2003 - As trick-or-treaters get ready for Halloween, Sparrow health experts are reminding parents and kids about safety.

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Are Children Watching Too Much TV?

Updated: 10/29/2003 - A new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows children six and under spend an average of two hours a day with TV, videos or computers. That's about the same amount of time they spend playing outside, and three times as much as they spend reading or being read to.

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Protecting Sparty and E. Lansing

Updated: 10/29/2003 - By some estimates for nearly six decades students have guarded the Michigan State Spartan statue known as “Sparty.” This year, however, both pride and the Big Ten football lead are at stake.

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State Budget

Updated: 10/28/2003 - The state is facing a $900 million budget deficit and state lawmakers are figuring out how big the problem is. In the meantime, local communtities stand guard.

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