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SPECIAL REPORT - Roads to Recovery: Paying for the Fix

Updated: 6:52 AM - As Michigan lawmakers continue their search for a permanent fix to the state's road funding problem, News 10's Anthony Sabella digs into how neighboring states are finding their success.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Manning Up

Posted: 11/18/2014 - MSU released a study saying women are more likely to get hired if they act like men.

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Special Report: Re-Thinking an Age Old Promise

Posted: 11/07/2014 - Kids stand up and make a promise every day in classrooms across the state of Michigan. But do they really know what they're saying? There's a new debate surrounding the Pledge of Allegiance. Parents and lawmakers say the issue isn't the phrase 'under God,' it's that their kids are becoming 'victims' to a loyalty oath they don't understand.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Are Police Crossing the Line?

Posted: 11/07/2014 - Bullets fired from the gun of a Ferguson, Missouri police officer have sparked up a national debate. Are local police using excessive force, using surplus military equipment?

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Special Report: War Games

Updated: 09/04/2014 - We get an inside look at intense training at the country's largest National Guard base, which happens to be in Michigan.

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Special Report: Mid-Michigan's Most Dangerous Intersections

Updated: 05/13/2014 - Whether you're in small towns or busy cities, intersections are everywhere and some are more dangerous than others. News 10's Anthony Sabella looked into which Mid-Michigan intersections are seeing the most crashes.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Oil Pulling

Updated: 05/09/2014 - Does the ancient technique really whiten teeth, improve sleep, and freshen breath?

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Safe House: Protecting Child Victims

Posted: 05/06/2014 - Ingham County trying to find new house to be a safe place for children to get help after being victims of a crime.

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Special Report: Dabbling in Danger

Updated: 05/05/2014 - Have you ever heard of "Dabs" or "Black Shadow?" Chances are, your teenager has. The words are slang for two designer drugs out on the streets right now. They're each very potent and one is lethal.

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Residents Complain Over BWL Tree Trimming

Updated: 04/07/2014 - A Lansing Board of Water and Light program that has won awards year after year isn't sitting well with some Mid-Michigan homeowners.

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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: East Meets East Lansing

Updated: 11/19/2013 - As Chinese student enrollment skyrockets at Michigan State University, both the school and the community are taking steps to make East Lansing feel just like home.

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Special Report: Stealing Your Tax Returns

Updated: 11/15/2013 - It's a crime that brings new meaning to the phrase "1040-EZ"-- prisoners already serving time for other crimes, stealing your hard earned tax returns from inside the slammer.

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