A local veteran says he's being wrongfully denied a property tax exemption, and he's taking Alaiedon Township to court over it. His lawyer says since he is a veteran who can't work anymore, under Michigan law shouldn't have to pay property taxes.
Lansing took the first steps towards demolishing the Life O'Riley trailer park Tuesday, more than two years after it was condemned. It's undergoing an environmental assessment now, a requirement before the homes can be torn down.
While Hillary Clinton continues to go head to head with Donald Trump in key battleground states. She can cross one thing off her to-do list; becoming the first female major party nominee for President. It hasn’t been an easy road for women vying for higher office. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer looks into why.
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