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Fatal Train Accident in Meridian Twp.

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Police in Meridian Twp. are investigating a train accident that happened early Thursday morning leaving one woman dead.

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Chronic Dry Eye

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Dry eyes make life miserable for more than 20-million Americans. Now there's a new treatment. It's a plug that's made from a space age classic.

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Sprinkle Diet

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Dieters may one day be able to sprinkle their way into a thinner body. A Chicago doctor is starting up an unusual weight loss study, trying to prove you can lose weight by adding certain flavors to your food.

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Gas Main Break

Updated: 05/07/2003 - A gas main break behind a special education center in Lansing leads to the evacuation of its students and others nearby.

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Senate Pay Cut?

Updated: 05/07/2003 - As Michigan works to battle its $1.7 billion budget crisis, the State House of Representatives ordered its members to take a three-percent pay cut.

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HOSTS Program to be Cut?

Updated: 05/06/2003 - The Lansing Public School District is waiting for a $90,000 grant to continue funding a one on one reading program.

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House Pay Cut

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Speaker orders state reps take three-percent pay cut.

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Rep. Murphy Withdraws from Lansing’s Mayor Consideration

Updated: 05/06/2003 - State Rep. Michael C. Murphy withdrew his plans to run for the Mayor of Lansing, due in part to a death in the family. His decision could spur the interest of two politicians in the office of the mayor.

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Domestic Abuse Warning Signs

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Three women were hospitalized after separate domestic assaults. Experts say there are warning signs to look out for.

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Teachers Brushing Up on Health Issues

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Local teachers are getting special training for asthma prevention. Medical officials say it's important for teachers to know how to treat students in case of emergency, and that's not the only health precaution teachers are taking.

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Game of Life

Updated: 05/02/2005 - It's a lesson in life that educators hope stay with some mid-Michigan high school students for the rest of their lives.

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Girl Is Safe After Being Taken in Car

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Three-year-old Jenna Hart of Lathrup Village in southeast Michigan was found Sunday afternoon after an Amber Alert tip led police to her whereabouts. She was discovered still in the back seat of the car which was taken Saturday at a Toys R Us store.

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Train and Car Collide

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Police say the warning lights were on and the gate arm down at the railroad crossing when a car drove through it and collided with anoncoming train.

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MSU Undergraduate Commencements

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Michigan State University’s Breslin Center hosted more than 35,000 people in its undergraduate commencement ceremony.

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SARS Warning for Blood Donors

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The Food and Drug Administration issued a new guidance for blood donation to protect blood supplies from SARS.

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Brown Lawns May Mean Little Grubbs

Updated: 05/02/2003 - If grubbs are eating your grass and turning it brown you can battle back. There are several options lawn experts can walk you through.

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Local Lawsuit Over Prison Death

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The wife of state Rep. Michael Murphy is filing what could be a multimillion-dollar lawsuit in federal court after her brother died of dehydration in an Ionia prison.

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New Food for Hospitals

Updated: 05/02/2003 - It's one of the worst part of staying in hospitals, the food but two Minneapolis hospitals are making patients stays a little bit tastier.

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A Diet to Help Lower Your Risk for Diabetes

Updated: 05/02/2003 - According to one popular diet designed by a south Florida Doctor, you don't have to skip meals to help lower your risk of diabetes and lose weight.

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Does it Pay to be a Doctor?

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Medical school student hope to solve the problem of the high cost of health care.

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MSU Tickets Could Rise

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The price to see a Michigan State University football game may be on the rise for some season ticket holders.

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