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Budget bills moving, but dispute arises over privatizing services

Posted: 10/30/2007 - Visible progress in other areas emerged today as conference committees began passing spending plans for universities and state departments. A few bills advanced through both the House and Senate before the chambers adjourned for the day.

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Blue Mass celebrated on Notre Dame’s campus

Updated: 10/30/2007 - When terrorists struck on September 11th, it inspired a yearly tradition here in Michiana that honors the men and women who serve and protect. It is called the Blue Mass.

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Routine stop reveals thousands of dollars in cash

Updated: 10/30/2007 - A traffic stop leads a sheriff's deputy to a secret compartment, and loads of cash. Berrien County Deputy Eugene Casto found three sacks of cash adding up to more than 145,000 dollars.

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Michigan couple arrested on drunken driving charges

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Ypsilanti police tell The Ann Arbor News they stopped the man and gave him a preliminary breath test after watching him run a red light. Police say it registered three points more than the legal .08 drunken driven limit.

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Patient recovering from burns in intensive care unit accident

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Family members and Henry Ford Macomb Hospital spokeswoman Suzanne Schut say Valerija Milosevic suffered flash burns caused by the combination of oxygen and surgical equipment. Milosevic was in fair condition this afternoon.

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Bill could prohibit public pier jumping on Great Lakes

Posted: 10/29/2007 - The bill passed by a vote of 35-to-2 on October 17th. It's been forwarded to the House Tourism committee. It would make those jumps and dives punishable by a fine of as much as $500 if the bill becomes law.

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Couple compared to Bonnie and Clyde by sheriff charged in heist

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Elizabeth A. Bruman, 23, and Harold "Aaron" Holt, 24, are accused of robbing a bank back in September. Sheriff Ron Kalanquin attracted international news coverage after he offered to arrange a jailhouse marriage for the couple if they turned themselves in.

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Foxes spared as boy receives rabies shots

Posted: 10/29/2007 - The boy was nipped on the finger last week after climbing into the animals' enclosure. Officials say the boy's mother initially didn't want him to undergo the shots. It is uncertain which fox bit the boy. Each of the animals would have had to be killed to undergo a necropsy, which is the only way to definitely detect rabies.

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Granholm turns down Hoekstra's offer in turtle crossing flap

Posted: 10/26/2007 - Governor Jennifer Granholm sent a letter today rebuffing Congressman Pete Hoekstra's suggestion that she convene a state budget working group to study how the state can better spend its limited resources.

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CMU student cited for handing out fliers at forum run by Peters

Posted: 10/26/2007 - Dennis Lennox, an outspoken conservative, has followed Gary Peters around on Central Michigan University's campus with a video camera and created a Web site to pressure Peters to choose between the C-M-U post and his congressional run.

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