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East Lansing Celebrates "Winter Glow"

Updated: 12/08/2011 - East Lansing welcomed a new holiday event Saturday. The first "Winter Glow" was so popular, even Santa and his Reindeer payed a visit.

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Bringing Art to the Community in Tough Times

Posted: 05/21/2011 - The East Lansing Art Festival kicked off with more than 200 artists showcasing their work. Organizers say bringing the arts to the community is getting more difficult.

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Drivers say M-43 Construction Confusion is Unsafe

Updated: 04/10/2011 - With spring comes construction. A major project on Saginaw Highway in Delta Township has brought with it some confusion for drivers while business try to keep customers coming in.

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Political Staff Take Steps in Firefighters' Shoes

Updated: 03/07/2011 - Fewer rescue workers and longer response times. Those are the worries from firefighters and first responders as they look at the cuts and consolidations outlined by Gov. Rick Snyder's proposed budget. Today the firefighters tried a new approach, rather than telling political staffers about their struggles, they showed them.

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Investing In The State's Children

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Kids Count data reveal increase in abuse and poverty. Experts say the way to cut the statistics is to properly invest resources.

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Holt Students Grieve Classmates

Updated: 01/31/2011 - Hundreds of students wore black to school today in rememberance of two teens killed in Sunday's crash

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Largest Green Technoloy Foundry Coming Means Jobs

Updated: 01/25/2011 - America's largest green technology foundry is on its way to Mid-Michigan along with hundreds of jobs. It's coming to Eaton Rapids where the city council is approving some of the last details.

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Old Town's Revitalization Up for National Award

Updated: 01/24/2011 - Lansing's Old Town is up for a national award for its successful transformation into a vibrant developing district. The National Main Street Center in Washington, D.C. has selected Old Town as a semi-finalist for the Great American Main Street Awards. Old Town Leaders say this recognition did not come easy.

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Haslett L&L Closing Worries Businesses

Updated: 01/18/2011 - The L&L Foods in Haslett closed Monday making it the fifth location to be shut down. The closures are painful for some customers, and can have a domino effect on other businesses.

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BEST PLACE TO RAISE KIDS IN MICHIGAN

Updated: 01/16/2011 - Choosing a spot to raise a family can be tough, but a new study shows the best place to do it in Michigan isn't too far away. Parents and town officials in Spring Arbor live by the phrase, "It takes a whole village to raise a child."

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Fewer Deputies Dangerous for Residents and Officers

Updated: 01/03/2011 - The Ingham County Sheriff's Office is now one third the size it was three years ago. In the last election, the majority of residents voted not to raise their taxes to help fund the sheriff's office. The sheriff and deputies say they are now stretched too thin.

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Bars allow Smoking Inside in Protest Statewide

Updated: 01/01/2011 - While new years balls were lighting up, hundreds of Michigan residents were lighting up their cigarettes. Bar owners across the state allowed customers to light up indoors last night to protest the Michigan smoking ban.

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Lansing Homeless Shelters Overflowing

Posted: 12/25/2010 - Lansing homeless shelters are bursting at the seams. Now, the state is paying to put families in motel rooms this Christmas weekend.

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A Trio of Shootings

Updated: 12/24/2010 - Within 24 hours, there has been a trio of shootings in Lansing leaving one person dead and two others in the hospital. They happened in separate neighborhoods, but two of these shootings are belived to be related.

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Snyder Proposes to Cut Employee Benefits and Wages

Posted: 12/22/2010 - Governor-elect Rick Snyder hasn't been sworn in yet, but he's already proposing economic reforms that would affect thousands of public workers' wages and benefits.

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Man's Best Friend Saves Him in House Fire

Updated: 12/20/2010 - In less than 24 hours, three fires left two Mid-Michigan families without homes, and one man dead. Another man barely escaped and he has his dog to thank for being alive.

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Teacher Layoffs Hit Special Education

Updated: 12/17/2010 - The Lansing School District once again finds itself with a big budget deficit that needs to be cut, and this time around teacher positions are on the chopping block. Nearly half of the proposed 25 layoffs will be in the special education department. News 10's rachel thomas spoke to parents who believe the district is making the wrong choice with a vulnerable group of students.

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Dangerously Icy Roads make a Busy Day for AAA

Updated: 12/13/2010 - The first big snow challenge of the season leads to tens of hundreds of accidents across the area. The sheer number needing help created one of the busiest days of the year for the American Automobile Association.

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Low Budget Delays Road Cleanup

Posted: 12/12/2010 - While you may hear carolers singing "Let it Snow," it's more likely you will hear drivers singing, "Let it stop." Roadways are thick with snow making driving treacherous. The group that is charged with clearing the roadways says it's strapped financially.

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