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United Way Gets New President

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The Capital Area United Way board of directors unanimously voted Michael Brown, a former United Way president, as the new leader of the group.

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Plan to Wipe Out Gas Tax

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The GOP leader in the Michigan House is exploring a plan that would eliminate the state's 19-cent a gallon gas tax and replace it with a sales tax hike from six to seven cents a gallon.

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GM Recalls About 254,000 Saturn Cars

Updated: 06/24/2003 - General Motors Corp. is recalling about 254,000 model year 2000-03 Saturn L-Series cars to correct an engine problem that has led to fires.

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Foam Chunk Likely Caused Columbia Crash

Updated: 06/24/2003 - A suitcase sized chunk of foam that smashed into Columbia's left wing and damaged a critical heat shield is "the most probable cause" of the Columbia space shuttle disaster, an investigation panel said Tuesday.

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U of M Supreme Court Case and School Impact

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of affirmative action, but against The University of Michigan’s undergraduate admissions policy. While the school sees the law implications as a victory, Michigan State says its policy is in line with the court ruling.

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Affirmative Action Decision

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Supreme Court decision sparks some celebrations on Ann Arbor's University of Michigan campus.

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Road Construction Hurts Businesses

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Road improvement projects around the area are having an impact on local businesses, making it difficult for shoppers to get to the stores.

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Americorps Cuts

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Updated: 06/23/2003 - Americorps, the national service organization, is cutting funding to its volunteer programs and mid-Michigan can not escape their budget crunch.

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The New Face of Farmer Jack

Updated: 06/23/2003 - After a brief closing down of more than 100 stores, Grocer Farmer Jack remodels itself, improves its freshness and lowers prices. Some critics say the effort may be in vein.

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Scores Delayed

Updated: 05/02/2005 - MEAP results could be pushed back two to three weeks.

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School Rules

Updated: 05/02/2005 - House approves letting districts out of rules with performance.

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Robberies All Over Mid Michigan

Updated: 06/20/2003 - In the the last week and a half different suspects have robbed at least eight Mid-Michigan restaurants and businesses. Some owners are changing their security procedures as a result.

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Blood Supply Low

Updated: 06/19/2003 - The demand for blood is growing faster than collections and blood supplies here in Mid-Michigan are at a critical level.

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Appealing Attorneys

Updated: 06/18/2003 - Federal court gives defendants right to court-appointed attorneys.

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Life Sciences Center

Updated: 06/18/2003 - House, Senate have different ideas for life sciences center.

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Budget Round-up

Updated: 06/18/2003 - House approves extra money to appeal drug testing case.

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Priest to Make History Saturday

Updated: 06/16/2003 - Deacon Steven Anderson is married with three children and Saturday he will become Lansing’s first Catholic Priest to be happily wed.

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Two Wisconsin Health Workers May Have Monkeypox

Updated: 06/13/2003 - Officials are investigating whether two Wisconsin health care workers may have contracted monkeypox from patients, in what would be the first known transmission of the virus from one human to another in the United States.

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Wholesale Prices Dip 0.3 Percent in May

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Wholesale prices dipped by 0.3 percent in May, on the heels of a record drop registered the month before, underscoring Federal Reserve concerns about the possibility of the country facing an economically dangerous price decline.

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Ackles Sentenced

Updated: 06/13/2003 - Carol Ackles sentenced for the murder of her daughter, Sarina Ganser.

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Monkeypox May Have Spread From Human

Updated: 06/12/2003 - Health officials in Wisconsin said Thursday that a health care worker may have contracted monkeypox from a human patient in what would be the first case of the disease spreading from person to person in this country.

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Broadcaster David Brinkley Dies at 82

David Brinkley

Updated: 06/12/2003 - David Brinkley, who first gained fame as one-half of NBC's Huntley-Brinkley anchor team and for more than a half-century loomed large in the newscasting world he helped chart, has died at age 82.

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