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Lansing Police Looking for Rape Suspect

Updated: 07/22/2003 - Lansing Police are looking for a suspect in the rape of a 62-year-old Lansing woman Monday morning. They say it is unrealted to another rape in East Lansing, and two other attempted abductions.

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Saddam's Sons Confirmed Dead

Updated: 07/22/2003 - Local military personnel say news Saddam's sons are dead may boost morale overseas.

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Passengers Wait at Hotel

Updated: 07/22/2003 - While nearly 200 passengers traveling to Las Vegas from Lansing had to wait for hours, some spent their time at a Lansing Hotel.

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Amnesty Period Over

Updated: 07/22/2003 - Following a four-day amnesty period last week, the Lansing Police Department is conducting an extensive sweep, serving outstanding criminal and traffic warrants.

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Laptops

Updated: 07/21/2003 - A new technology program will give all Michigan sixth graders a laptop computer.

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Emerald Ash Borer

Updated: 07/18/2003 - The Emerald Ash Borer is wreaking havoc on ash trees throughout the state.

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Abbott Road Debate

Updated: 07/21/2003 - The city of East Lansing and the Ingham County Road Commission agree changes need to be made along Abbott Road, but they don't agree on who's responsible for the road.

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No Easy Way to Certify Older Drivers

Posted: 07/18/2003 - It's not easy to know when to take the car keys away from grandpa. But as the number of older drivers rises, states are taking a closer look at ways to make sure they're not dangerous to themselves or others.

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Michigan Charter Schools

Updated: 07/18/2003 - The Republican-controlled House voted 57-50 Thursday to send the bill to the Senate. Most of the "no'' votes in the House were Democrats.

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Road Projects to Continue

Updated: 07/18/2003 - The Michigan Senate has approved legislation to officially restore money for 17 road projects vetoed by Gov. Granholm.

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State Budget Is Complete

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Lawmakers have finished work on the $38 billion state budget for the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1.

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Teen Unemployment

Help Wanted

Updated: 07/17/2003 - The teen unemployment rate has risen to heights unseen in many years.

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Laingsburg Soldier Dies in Iraq

Updated: 07/16/2003 - A Laingsburg army reservist died in Iraq on Sunday. Army officials are still investigating what caused his death. They say he died as a result of non-combat injuries.

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UAW and GM Negotiations Near

Updated: 07/16/2003 - This week the United Auto Workers (UAW) and the big three auto companies meet to begin worker contract negotiations. Talks will impact over 100,000 G.M. employees and about 9,000 Lansing workers.

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Mayoral Endorsement

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The endorsements continue to roll out in Lansing's mayoral race and the upcoming primary election.

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Greenspan Says Fed Could Cut Rates Again

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The Federal Reserve stands ready to reduce interest rates even further if necessary to boost the sluggish economy and guard against a destabilizing fall in prices, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

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Lansing Schools Rehire 50

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Mark Mayes, Lansing Schools Spokesperson, says 50 letters were sent Thursday and Friday telling teachers they would have their jobs back next year. But more than 100 are still wondering if they’ll be teaching next year.

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Music Therapy Summer Camp

Updated: 07/14/2003 - Judy and Dick Winter are working with Michigan State University to remember their son, Eric, and bring music therapy to those with special needs.

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Common Ground Breaks Attendance Record

Updated: 07/14/2003 - Common Ground officials say their weeklong festival was a success and say they broke attendance records with the seven-day total of over 85,000.

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Meth Lab Bust in Onondaga

Updated: 07/14/2003 - Detectives say an anonymous tip led them to a methamphetamine lab in Onondaga Township.

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Lansing Changes Recruiting Officer

Updated: 07/14/2003 - On average every three years the coordinating officer of Lansing’s Marine recruiting post is replaced. This year Major Richard Whitmer takes that responsibility overseeing over 60 counties as well as a tradition of success.

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Power Line Safety

Updated: 07/11/2003 - Severe storms have knocked down several powerlines all over Mid-Michigan, and electricity officials are warning people to watch out for downed lines in their area.

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FOP Endorses Bernero

Updated: 07/10/2003 - The Fraternal Order of Police makes a decision on who wins its endorsement for mayor of Lansing.

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