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Start of Fall Berry Season Saved by Thursday Rains

Updated: 10/25/2010 - A dry August nearly shortened a usually brief fall berry season, but .58 inches of rain Thursday night helped some farmers' crops flourish in time for this Labor Day weekend. As a result, many farmers opened their fields to produce lovers looking to pick-their-own basket of berries.

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MSU Police Using Anonymous Text Tips to Make Gameday Safer

Updated: 10/25/2010 - MSU Police are now accepting anonymous crime tips via text messages in an effort to make both campus and Spartans Stadium safer during home games. Crimes can be reported by texting "MSUPD crimes" to 274-367.

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East Lansing Fire Keeps Up With Frat House Inspections

Posted: 09/03/2010 - The fire department is keeping a close eye on MSU's 37 fraternity and sorority houses following an incident at a Western Michigan University frat house that seriously injured a woman.

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Unemployment Up, But President Stays Positive

Posted: 09/03/2010 - The national rate for unemployment rose to 9.6% in the month of August. However, President Obama says an increase of 67,000 jobs in the private sector is a better-than-expected indicator.

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Local Police Officer Attacked

Posted: 09/03/2010 - A Jackson police officer is attacked Thursday by a man acting suspiciously near a home on Blackstone Street. The officer was pushed to the ground in the assault before other officers arrived to subdue the man.

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Snyder Outspends Rivals in Primary

Updated: 07/19/2011 - Campaign finance numbers indicate the candidate for governor spent more than $7 million to win the GOP primary.

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Donations For Troops

Updated: 09/03/2010 - St. Johns High School will be collecting items to send to deployed troops at every home football game.

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