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Great Lakes Folk Fest

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Officials say about 80,000 to 100,000 visited E. Lansing for this year’s Great Lakes Folk Fest. But, did local business benefit?

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Smoke-Free Ingham County

Updated: 08/11/2003 - It has been one year since Ingham County implemented the Clean Indoor Air Regulation.

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Missing MSU Students Safe

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Michigan State University students Justin Gouveia and Donela Alfaro-Lopez are safe. They never told their parents they were visiting Orlando, Florida, and that's what sparked a nationwide search.

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Riddle Magnet School

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Lansing's Riddle Magnet School was one of the first schools in the state to give every child a laptop computer. The state is looking at giving every sixth grader a laptop, and more computers may put stress on the district's personnel.

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Man Shot by Police Arraigned Sunday

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Twenty-year-old Bernard Taylor was arraigned in court Sunday morning, after being released from the hospital Saturday night. Taylor was shot by Lansing police Friday night when they tried to arrest him on four felony counts

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Prosecutors Investigating Police Shooting

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings says his office is investigating the shooting of a 20-year-old Detroit man Friday night.

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Charges Issued for Everett High School Suspect

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Ingham County prosecutors issued three felony charges against Clinton Andrew Schaibly, the man police allege is responsible for damaging dozens of windows at Everett High School.

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Lansing Bond Proposal

Updated: 08/08/2003 - The Lansing School District is in its beginning stages of pursuing a bond proposal.

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No More Supplies

Updated: 08/07/2003 - The governor has temporarily stopped any spending for supplies and services until the end of the fiscal year.

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Folk Festival Lands

Updated: 08/07/2003 - It's that time of the year when festivals and county fairs spring up through Mid-Michigan. This weekend it's East Lansing's turn.

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Prater Case Likely to Go to Trial

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The man accused of stabbing two people two death in Bellvue Twp., and running over another victim in Calhoun County will likely see his case go to trial.

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Lansing Mayoral Race

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The primary election is over and now the top two candidates running for Lansing Mayor are bracing for the last leg of the campaign.

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Bernero Advances in Mayoral Race

Updated: 08/06/2003 - Senator Virg Bernero received the second highest number of votes in the Lansing mayoral primary and voiced disappointment at the totals. In reaction, he vows to work harder to gain the trust of Lansing residents.

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Benavides on Top

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The primary election for the seat of Lansing Mayor has come to an end. Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides came out on top and both him and State Senator Virg Bernero slide through to the November general election.

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What Does an Election Cost?

Updated: 08/06/2003 - The primary election, which will likely yield only about 12 percent of the Lansing vote, costs tens of thousands of dollars, the same as a regular election.

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Robinson Defends Credibility

Updated: 08/05/2003 - Friday, Aug. 1 Lansing mayoral candidate and state Sen. Virg Bernero asked current Mayor Tony Benavides to remove a campaign for its negative impact on Bernero’s family.

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Lead Poisoning Plan

Updated: 08/05/2003 - Gov. Jennifer Granholm has a plan to increase testing for lead poisoning in more children all over the state.

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Lansing Mayor’s Race Heats Up

Updated: 08/04/2003 - State Senator and mayoral candidate, Virg Bernero, held a press conference to ask current Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides to retract a TV ad campaign that references Bernero’s daughters.

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Police Urge Residents to "Join the Team"

Updated: 08/04/2003 - Lansing Police taped their cable show "Join the Team" Friday. The August episode deals with safety at home, and was prompted by recent events on Lansing's westside.

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Mayoral Candidate Drops Out of Race

Updated: 08/01/2003 - One Lansing mayoral candidate says he's not going to run for the position as a result of family issues and the convictions in his past.

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Driver Education No Longer at Lansing Schools

Updated: 07/31/2003 - Driver's Education is on the chopping block at Lansing schools. Budget cuts are putting the long-running course in the hands of the private sector, much like many other schools in the area.

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A Patriotic Return

Updated: 07/31/2003 - It was a patriotic return on Thursday for more than one hundred members of the Michigan National Guard.

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