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  • Cold Case: News Conference Scheduled on Deanie Peters Case

    Cold Case: News Conference Scheduled on Deanie Peters Case
    Sheriff Larry Stelma has scheduled a press conference on the current status of the Deanie Peters investigation Thursday. The teen mysteriously vanished nearly 30 years ago. Deanie Peters disappeared during her brother's wrestling practice at Forest Hills...
  • Calvin College and Van Andel Institute To Get Stimulus Grants

    Calvin College and Van Andel Institute To Get Stimulus Grants
    Five Michigan colleges and a research institute are receiving a combined $2.7 million in federal stimulus money through the National Institutes of Health. The funding was announced Tuesday for the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Michigan State...
  • Blueberry Diseases Pose Threat to Crop Count

    Blueberry Diseases Pose Threat to Crop Count
    State officials say two exotic diseases that attack blueberry plants have been identified in Michigan for the first time. Michigan Department of Agriculture Director Don Koivisto said Monday in a statement that blueberry shock and blueberry scorch...
  • UCF medical school: Meet more of the future doctors

    Members of the first class say they were drawn to the untested medical school at UCF by the advanced technology and promise of personalized attention, not just the free medical education. Here's a glance at a selected list of some of the first 40...
  • Future Tech On Show At 36th Siggraph

    Future Tech On Show At 36th Siggraph
    If you pull on my ear, will I follow you anywhere? Yes, say researchers at University of Electro-Communications in Tokyo. And along complex paths. Even when the pulls are directed from a distance.Their ear-tugging navigator looks like a bug-shaped hat and...
  • Post-college job plans

    Post-college job plans
    Suzanne Block isn't basking in the insulating embrace of college as she waits the eight weeks until her May 9 graduation from Lake Forest College. When she's not in class or studying, she's scanning online job sites, sending out résumés and cold-...
  • Matt Besler and Jack Traynor Invited to MLS combine

    Notre Dame senior defenders Matt Besler (Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley West) and Jack Traynor (St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell North) have been invited to participate in the 2009 adidas Major League Soccer (MLS) Player Combine. They are among a group of...
  • 24 E. Coli Cases Linked To Strain In MSU Outbreak

    Lansing - AP Twenty-four cases of E. coli across Michigan have been linked to a strain that sickened students at Michigan State University earlier this month.       A common commercial food source is suspected but has not yet been identified.      ...
  • MSU Lands New Physics Lab

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The U.S. Department of Energy has selected Michigan State University for a federal nuclear physics research facility. U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers and U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan were making the announcement Thursday. A price tag...
  • Former MSU, NFL Standout Passes Away

    OWOSSO, Mich. (AP) - Linebacker Brad Van Pelt, who spent 11 of his 14 NFL seasons with the New York Giants, has died of an apparent heart attack. He was 57. The Giants announced the death Wednesday. Van Pelt starred as a safety at Michigan State. He was...
  • Obama To Campaign In Michigan On Thursday

    Grand Rapids - AP Democrat Barack Obama is coming back to Michigan to campaign, this time in Grand Rapids and East Lansing.       The Illinois senator will hold a Thursday morning rally at the Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids. He will stop at...
  • Four Killed In House Fire

    Wright Township - AP Fire crews in Ottawa County call it the worst fire they've ever seen, four people killed in an early morning house fire. It started around 1 am on 8th Avenue south of Wilson Street in Wright Township, that's a couple miles north...