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Child Porn

Updated: 01/08/2004 - A Meridian Township man was arrested early Thursday morning on charges of child pornography.

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Arrest in Lansing's First Murder of '04

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A Lansing man has been arrested for the murder of an alleged robbery accomplice, the city's first slaying of the year.

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Marquardt Sentenced for Murder

Updated: 01/08/2004 - A Lansing mother of three will spend the next 15 to 35 years in prison for the murder of her boyfriend, James Wilkerson.

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What's Going Around

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Protecting yourself from the cold-related injuries.

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Cold Means Cold Hard Cash for Some

Updated: 01/07/2004 - While the temperature and the wind chill dip below zero in parts of mid-Michigan, profits may rise for some local business.

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Cold Weather Makes its Way to Mid-Michigan

Updated: 01/06/2004 - It was a struggle to stay warm Tuesday as blowing snow, chilling wind and cold temperatures hit mid-Michigan for the first time this winter.

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Escapee Captured

Updated: 01/06/2004 - The Lansing man who escaped from a state prison is back in custody after being captured in Montana Tuesday following a high-speed chase.

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Flu Hasn't Peaked in Michigan

Updated: 01/07/2004 - The Michigan Department of Community Health says flu season in Michigan hasn't peaked yet.

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GM Sales Numbers

Updated: 01/06/2004 - General Motors sales figures are out and they show calendar year car sales took a dip in 2003 compared to the previous year.

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Lansing City Council Elects New Leader

Updated: 01/06/2004 - Monday night the Lansing City Council elected Joan Bauer as its new president. President Bauer replaces Carol Wood at the post and Sandy Allen becomes the new vice president.

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MEAP

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Gov. Jennifer Granholm says she can not support elimination of the MEAP exam based on what she knows but one group says she’s received one sided information.

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Home Weatherization

Posted: 01/05/2004 - With temperatures expected to drop into the single digits soon, we're in for a cold stretch of weather. Home heating experts suggest home weatherization as a way to cut back on the chill and an increased heating bill.

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Jackson Embezzler Pleads Guilty

Updated: 01/05/2004 - A former employee of Jackson's AAA has pled guilty to embezzling more than $1 million from the auto club.

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Pop Machines in Schools

Updated: 01/05/2004 - To fight the epidemic of childhood obesity, the American Academy of Pediatrics is calling for schools to remove soft drink machines.

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Delta Township Plant

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Some activity on the site of General Motors' future Delta Township Assembly Plant may not look like much. But it's good news for Lansing at a time when hundreds of workers are being laid off.

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"Clothes" Out for Coolwaves

Updated: 01/04/2004 - An East Lansing clothes store will be closing its doors by next month, after being open for only a year.

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Three Men Now Charged in Lansing Murder

Updated: 01/02/2004 - Three men were arraigned in an Eaton County Court on charges of home invasion, kidnapping and homicide. One of the three admitted to stabbing a victim in the case.

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Inauguration Day

Updated: 01/01/2004 - The New Year kicked off in Lansing with an Inaugural celebration for Lansing Mayor Tony Benavides and city council members.

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A Blackman Township Man Has New Hope for the New Year

Updated: 01/01/2004 - Greg Hicok was diagnosed with Primary Lateral Sclerosis, a rare form of Lou Gehrig's Disease, several years ago and has been confined to a wheelchair for the last six years. Unable to walk or work, Greg slipped into a deep depression that even medicine couldn't save him from.

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Lansing Abduction

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Lansing police team up with Detroit investigators on the kidnapping of a Detroit couple, an act that ends in the murder of one of the victims.

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GM Layoffs and the Economy

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Union officials say 950 General Motor’s workers will be laid off beginning Jan. 5. Workers will keep 95-percent of their wages, but despite little salary loss some say the local economy will take a hit.

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Internet Voting for the Upcoming Caucus

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Standing in line, filling out forms and voting in a booth may soon be a thing of the past, at least during Michigan's Presidential Caucus.

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GM Layoffs

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Union Leaders for General Motors now have new insight into the impending layoffs for the Lansing Car Assembly Plant.

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