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Lansing Police Spring Cleaning

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Lansing Police, prompted by recent Lansing State Journal articles, cracked down on dead-beat parents this weekend.

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Falling Overboard

Updated: 04/18/2003 - A Lansing man is recovering after falling from a cruise ship and spending 17 hours in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Newborn Security

Updated: 04/18/2003 - In St. Mark's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, HUGS is protecting newborns.

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Teflon Danger

Updated: 04/18/2003 - There's new concern about the popular product Teflon.

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McPherson Aiding Iraq?

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Michigan State University President Peter McPherson will aid in the reconstruction of Iraq.

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Amblyopia

Updated: 04/17/2003 - Five out of every 100 people suffers from an eye condition called Amblyoplia, where one eye can't see as well as the other.

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Health Surveillance

Updated: 04/17/2003 - With cases of SARS, West Nile, and the threat of bioterrorism on people's minds, a new system for detecting and tracking outbreaks within 24 hours could help calm concerns and save lives.

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What Happens the Day After Taxes are Due?

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Letters whizzing by 500 per minute, boxes filled with hundreds of thousands of requests for refunds. It's all part of the sorting process during tax season.

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Michigan Casualty

Updated: 04/16/2003 - The Michigan Army National Guard and a family in Midland is mourning the death of a serviceman in Iraq.

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United Way Costs

Updated: 04/15/2003 - Costs are adding up for the Capital Area United Way. Legal fees, PR and media costs add up to nearly $230,000.

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GM Earnings

Updated: 04/15/2003 - General Motors' first quarter earnings are on the rise from a year ago, but second quarter projections are another story.

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Underperforming Schools

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Schools are failing to make adequate progress in math or reading.

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Dumped In Hell

Updated: 04/14/2003 - State police say a man was kidnapped, beaten and abandoned in Hell, Michigan.

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Save Our Schools

Updated: 04/14/2003 - Gov. Granholm released plans Monday for helping 216 Michigan schools that didn't meet new federal test score progress rules.

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Iraqi Relief Efforts

Updated: 04/14/2003 - The International Red Cross is temporarily suspending its relief efforts in Baghdad because the city has become "Chaotic and Unpredictable."

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Man Gets Away After High Speed Chase

Updated: 04/14/2003 - Police have the driver's license, rental car agreement and a big bag of marijuana following a high-speed chase in South Lansing.

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Cedar Street Car Accident

Updated: 04/14/2003 - Lansing police say they found empty alcohol containers at scene of an accident on Cedar St. but aren't sure yet if the driver was drinking.

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Felony Arraignments in E. L. Melees

Updated: 04/14/2003 - Three MSU students were arraigned Saturday on felony charges in connection with last months incidents in East Lansing, following NCAA basketball games.

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Man Climbs Broadcast Tower in Lansing

Updated: 04/14/2003 - A man who climbed 400 feet up a Lansing television station tower on Saturday is now safely on the ground, in custody and receiving help.

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Combat Stress

Updated: 04/11/2003 - Stress and worry are real issues confronting our troops today. They're dealing with battle and the uncertainty of when they can go home.

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