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Special Report: Baby FaceTime

Updated: 01/30/2014 - A local hospital is using the technology to help moms bond with their newborns when they can't be together.

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Special Report: Michigan Under Attack

Updated: 11/22/2013 - How safe is your information? Everyday hundreds of thousands of online attacks are stopped by the state's top-notch cyber security team. This is how they do it and how you can be part of the first line of defense.

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Michigan Cyber Initiative: Protecting Your Information

Updated: 11/20/2013 - The state's Chief Security Officer wants to teach citizens, businesses and local governments how to protect their information. Take a few minutes and become a cyber security expert yourself.

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SPECIAL REPORT: School Security Post-Sandy Hook

Updated: 11/25/2013 - How safe is your child's school? It's a question parents and adminstrators deal with every day, especially after the tragedy at Sandy Hook. News 10's Shannon Kantner introduces us to some new products that classrooms are using to make sure they're secure.

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Inside the Mind of a Teen Felon Part 2

Updated: 06/01/2013 - It's been three years since Charles Lewis Junior was involved in a murder. He was thirteen when it happened, and he's spent the time thinking and receiving a lot of help. Can he overcome his past and change, or is he beyond help?

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Inside the Mind of a Teen Felon

Updated: 06/01/2013 - He's known as one of America's youngest kids facing life in prision. News 10 investigates how Charles Lewis Jr. got where he is and if the mistakes he has made while in prison could prevent him from ever getting free.

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Drones: Eyes in the Sky - Privacy Debate

Updated: 04/30/2013 - As drone technology begins to sweep the nation, the question has to be asked, 'What's to stop them from looking into windows, or following people around?" It's an issue that nearly 40 states are tackling, Michigan included.

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Misuse: ADHD Prescription Drug Abuse

Updated: 02/26/2013 - Doctors and law enforcement have seen an increase of high school and college students abusing stimulant drugs like ritalin and adderall. Doctors say they take it to get high and sometimes to help them concentrate in school, but the effect of abusing those drugs can be deadly.

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