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New Year, Same Old Resolutions

Updated: 01/02/2006 - If you tried to get in to your local gym Monday, you know plenty of people have gotten a good start on their New Year's Resolutions.

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Christmas Tree Recycling

Updated: 01/01/2006 - The presents are gone from underneath it, but you don't have to throw that Christmas Tree away. Read on for your recycling options.

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City of Lansing Inauguration

Updated: 01/02/2006 - Lansing's mayor and city leaders usher in a new era with their New Year's Day inauguration.

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Sex Offender Laws Takes Effect January 1

Updated: 12/31/2005 - Along with the new year, the State of Michigan welcomes a strict set of laws to help protect your children from sex offenders.

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Cry Uncle

Updated: 12/30/2005 - Two thieves in Saint Johns made off with $40,000 in cash and checks from Uncle John's Cider Mill

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Trans Fat Labels

Updated: 12/30/2005 - Starting Sunday, a law will require manufacturers to list their amount of trans fat.

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U of M Campus Goes Coke-less

Updated: 12/30/2005 - Accusing the Coca-Cola company of allowing human rights and environmental abuses abroad, the University of Michigan has suspended the sales of all Coke products on its campus.

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New Year's Temptations

Updated: 12/29/2005 - For recovering alcoholics, the holidays can be one of the toughest times of the year.

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Police Chief Suspended for Smoking

Updated: 12/29/2005 - Somerset Township Police Chief Clarence Perry will be back on the job Saturday following a two week suspension without pay.

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Man Bowls Perfect Game, Then Dies

Updated: 12/29/2005 - A Portage man rolled a 300 game at a local bowling alley, and then died of a heart attack shortly after.

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Traffic Crashes Down

Updated: 12/29/2005 - The number of crashes on Michigan roads is going down.

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Rush for Some to Sign Up for Drug Benefit

Updated: 12/29/2005 - For Medicare-eligible seniors and the disabled who want their coverage to start on the first, there's only a few days left to sign up.

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Armed Robberies Rise When Temperatures Fall

Updated: 12/28/2005 - Earlier this month, Lansing Police arrested the two men believed to be responsible for as many as 10 armed robberies in and around the Capital City.

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New Law Protects Soldier Parents

Updated: 12/28/2005 - Soldier parents who are serving overseas will be protected from losing custody of their children.

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Warmer Temps Don't Stop Skiers

Updated: 12/28/2005 - Temperatures in northern Michigan are rising, but that isn't keeping people from going down hill on the state's ski slopes.

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Pre-New Year Tax Tips

Updated: 12/27/2005 - The season of deductions ends with the New Year. How do you beat the tax collector? Act quickly to minimize the income Uncle Sam can tax for 2005, and in turn, to maximize your deductions.

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Dungy Family Memorial

Updated: 12/27/2005 - The city of Jackson mourns the son of a native son--Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, whose son James committed suicide on Thursday.

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Cashing in on Gift Cards

Updated: 12/27/2005 - While exchanging your holiday gift cards for new books, clothes, or games, remember that not all cards are created equal.

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Soldier Surprise

Updated: 12/27/2005 - A Grand Ledge soldier wounded in Iraq, returns for Christmas to his family, who thinks he's still in an army hospital 4 states away.

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