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At-Home Drug Testing

Updated: 06/11/2003 - The Lansing Police Department launched a new program Tuesday, giving away at-home drug testing kits to worried parents.

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Gov. Granholm on the Fence

Updated: 06/10/2003 - Gov. Granholm sits on the fence on eliminating expensive school elections in the middle of summer.

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Wis. Family Quarantined for Monkeypox

Updated: 06/10/2003 - When a young family of three brought home two $95 prairie dogs from a Mother's Day event, they never guessed the furry little additions to their five-acre hobby farm could confine them to their home.

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Lansing Prepared for Pipeline Duel

Updated: 06/10/2003 - A recent court ruling denies Lansing’s appeal against the petroleum pipeline scheduled to run through South Lansing. The court, however, says the city can deny Wolverine permission to enter Lansing and that could provoke an expensive court battle.

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Daycare Providers

Updated: 06/10/2003 - A proposed rule change could bring added literacy activities to Michigan child care centers.

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Monkeypox

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Monkeypox virus sickens 19 through sick prairie dogs.

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Armed Robbery in Okemos

Updated: 06/10/2003 - Police are looking for a man who may be responsible for two armed robberies Sunday in Okemos.

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Hit and Run

Updated: 06/06/2003 - East Lansing Police say they believe a hit and run accident on Tuesday morning appears to be intentional.

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Diet Soda: Is it Making You Fat?

Updated: 06/06/2003 - If you're cutting calories, diet soda is probably part of your life. But are you one of the many Americans who have heard the rumor that diet soda can actually make you feel hungrier and causing you to overeat?

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Hair Transplant

Updated: 06/06/2003 - When we hear about hair transplants, we tend to think about men. But a growing number of women are now turning to a surgical solution for hair loss.

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Mayor's Race

Updated: 06/05/2003 - The race for Lansing's next mayor is officiallly underway, with the final list of candidates solidified on May 13.

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Could Caffeine Help Preemies Reach a Healthy Birth Rate

Updated: 06/05/2003 - We are constantly hearing medical reports that caffeine is bad for our bodies. But if you're a premature infant trying to reach a healthy birthrate, it's just what the doctor ordered. Caffeine could be used as an alternative medicine for preemies.

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New Public Service Hopes to Help Children

Updated: 06/05/2003 - One million American mostly children suffer from genetic immune diseases that can cause everything from mild infections to death.

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Summer Learning Decline

Updated: 06/04/2003 - With summer vacation quickly approaching for Michigan schools, the state is trying to fight against summer learning decline.

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Weather Woes for Farmers

Updated: 06/04/2003 - Things aren't looking good for farmers trying to get their crops growing this summer. The cold, wet weather isn't helping.

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Terrorism Drill

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Local and state agencies are testing their response time in providing life saving medicines to the public in case of an emergency.

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Arson Damages Playground Benches

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Vandals set fire to an Eaton Rapids playground. Investigators need help finding who's responsible.

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MEAP Test Scores Delayed

Updated: 06/03/2003 - State educators say the release of the annual MEAP exam test scores will be delayed until the end of summer.

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Animal Cruelty

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Debo, a nine-year-old cat, is recovering after being shot by a crossbow.

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