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Colleges keep students in school with extra aid

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Colleges and universities are dealing with multi-million dollar budget problems in what likely will be the worst economic downturn of at least the past quarter century.

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Mich. judge tosses charges over hydrant painting

Posted: 02/13/2009 - -- A judge has ruled that a 68-year-old Michigan woman facing possible jail time after painting over a fire hydrant near her home that had been decorated by children is in the clear.

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Activists urge Obama to update Great Lakes pact

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Environmental activists are urging President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to update the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.

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Education takes a hit in Granholm budget proposal

Posted: 02/12/2009 - Money from the federal government's stimulus package might be the only way to avoid hefty tuition increases at Michigan's public universities and further cuts at K-12 schools next academic year.

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Ex-Monroe HS teacher pleads in student sex case

Updated: 02/12/2009 - A former Monroe High School teacher has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge after being accused of having sex with an 18-year-old student in a car.

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Panel delays vote on pay cut for Mich. politicians

Updated: 02/12/2009 - A Michigan panel has postponed a vote on whether to recommend a 10 percent pay cut for state elected officials because of a legal complication over judges' salaries.

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Bad economy delays construction of U.P. mine

Updated: 02/12/2009 - An international mining company says it is delaying development of a proposed nickel and copper mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula because of the bad economy.

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Winds cut power to about 52,000 Mich. customers

Posted: 02/12/2009 - Gusty winds that moved across Michigan knocked out power to about 52,000 customers, but crews that had been anticipating the weather moved quickly to restore electrical service.

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Michigan man who froze left money for hospital rescue

Posted: 02/12/2009 - A 93-year-old Bay City man who froze to death inside his home after a utility restricted his power usage left his entire estate to a hospital for its rescue team and rescue equipment.

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Congressman's twittering raises security concerns

Posted: 02/12/2009 - Michigan Congressman Pete Hoekstra landed in hot water this week after using his Twitter page to update the public on his precise whereabouts while traveling through Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Obama, Canada PM asked to update Great Lakes pact

Posted: 02/11/2009 - Environmental groups are asking President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to commit to rewriting the Canada-U.S. Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.

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