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Ford Restructuring

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Monday morning, Ford announced sweeping cuts, plant closings, and a change in line-up engineered to bring the ailing automaker back to profitability. The plant in Wixom, Michigan is among those closing, and it will ripple in Livingston County.

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Cameras Keeping Watch

Updated: 01/24/2006 - You may have noticed little cameras perched atop traffic lights around mid-Michigan.

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Parents Get Peek at Lansing's Magnet Schools

Updated: 01/23/2006 - The Lansing School District hopes more parents will choose its magnet schools -- schools with specialties like the arts, engineering, college prep or leadership. Parents had a chance to check the schools out Sunday.

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Michigan National Guard Ranks 1st in Nation for Recruiting

Updated: 04/12/2006 - New statistics released to News 10 by the Michigan National Guard show the state guard ranked first among all U.S. states and territories when it comes to meeting--and exceeding--recrutitment goals.

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The Trimester Trend

Updated: 01/22/2006 - Struggling with stricter standards and tighter budgets, a number of area school districts turn to the trimester.

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LCC Problems Could Be Bigger Than Computer Glitch

Updated: 01/20/2006 - An inquiry into Lansing Community College's computer glitch last fall is shedding light on other problems around campus. That from Board of Trustees Chair Chris Laverty Thursday.

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Enclave: The UAW Perspective

Updated: 01/20/2006 - The concept version of the Buick Enclave is, for now, perched on a pedestal at the auto show in Detroit. It will roll off the line in 2007, built by UAW Local 602 workers, and they got to visit their new product Thursday.

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Retirees Fight Back

Updated: 01/18/2006 - GM and UAW are just one court hearing away from agreeing to a care that cuts health care benefits in a cost-saving measure for the corporations. Retirees suffer the brunt of the cuts, and did not vote, and now a Lansing man is fighting back in court.

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Bird Flu

Updated: 01/18/2006 - Bird Flu will hit Michigan. It is only a matter of time.

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LCC Glitch Report Coming As Possible New Problems Surface

Updated: 01/18/2006 - As trustees at Lansing Community College prepare to issue a report on last fall's financial aid computer glitches, some new problems may be surfacing. But trustees and the college president disagree about what may be at fault.

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21st Century Jobs

Updated: 01/17/2006 - Michigan's most innovative companies will compete for a share of the state's leftover tobacco settlement money. The initiative is aimed at growing a diverse base of jobs for the future in this struggling state.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 01/17/2006 - A look at what illnesses doctors are seeing in their offices around Mid-Michigan this week.

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Leslie Teachers Speak Out

Updated: 01/17/2006 - They made noise with a silent T-shirt protest. Now, Leslie teachers are bringing the shirts and their voices to the school board.

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Mid-Michigan Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Updated: 01/16/2006 - Through community service and annual events, mid-Michigan residents come together to honor the life of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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More Money for Schools?

Updated: 01/16/2006 - Governor Jennifer Granholm will introduce a plan Tuesday to increase per-pupil school funding throughout the state by $25. At least one local school district says the money may be too little, too late.

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