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The Latest: APNewsBreak: Framework of Michigan budget is set

26 mins ago - Key lawmakers and Gov. Rick Snyder's administration have agreed on the framework of a state budget that would direct $165 million more toward Flint's lead-tainted water crisis but significantly cut a proposal to address underground infrastructure needs across Michigan.

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Screening for diabetes at the dentist

Updated: 6:43 PM - You can get more out of a trip to the dentist than just a teeth cleaning or filling. One local dentist is working with a researcher at MSU to screen patients for diabetes.

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Bill targets aggressive panhandling

Posted: 6:17 PM - The state is cracking down on aggressive begging. On Tuesday, House lawmakers approved two bills allowing people to be fined for aggressive panhandling.

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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS: Brick wall optical illusion

Posted: 5:01 PM - Check out this Facebook post by Arron Bevin, it's gone viral because it's a bit of an optical illusion. There's something hidden in this photo, and if you don't look close enough you might miss it.

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Rescued otter gets a second chance

Posted: 4:52 PM - An orphaned baby river otter has a second chance at life. This cute six week old otter weighing in at just two pounds was discovered abandoned in a Rhode Island backyard last week.

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WATCH: Lions licking water off tent

Posted: 4:52 PM - What an exciting / scary moment it must have been for a camper, to wake up to lions licking water off the outside of the tent.

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CONSUMER REPORTS: Insect Repellents To Keep You Safe This Summer

Updated: 6:42 PM - Consumer Reports tested 16 insect repellents for their effectiveness at repelling bites from the Aedes mosquitoes that can carry the Zika and Chikungunya viruses and the Culex mosquitoes, known to spread West Nile virus. The lab also tested the repellents against deer ticks, which can carry Lyme and other diseases.

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WATCH: Muscle cars go through crash test

Posted: 4:03 PM - Muscle cars are known for their speed, not their safety. The insurance institute for highway safety typically doesn't crash-test sports cars since they make up a small share of the consumer market.

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Ohio stepfather accused of shackling daughter in basement

Posted: 3:39 PM - Ohio stepfather accused of shackling teenage daughter in basement for nearly a year says his actions were "encouragement", not punishment, and that his kids loved it. WNWO's Kristi Leigh reports.

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