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Hillary Clinton to campaign in Detroit Monday

Posted: 05/22/2016 - The former secretary of state, senator and first lady will address the Service Employees International Union's international convention at the Cobo Center on Monday afternoon.

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Portland church destroyed by tornado repoens

Updated: 05/22/2016 - Almost a year after a tornado ripped through downtown Portland, the last of four churches damaged in the storm is reopening for Sunday mass.

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Holocaust survivor sings national anthem at Tigers game

Posted: 05/22/2016 - An 89-year-old Holocaust survivor has fulfilled her longtime wish to sing the U.S. national anthem at a Major League Baseball game. Hermina Hirsch sang Saturday at Comerica Park in Detroit before the Detroit Tigers played Tampa Bay.

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UPDATE: Fire destroys Lansing home

Updated: 05/22/2016 - Firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that destroyed a Lansing home, leaving 12 homeless.

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Michigan Bill Requires Equal Health Coverage Of Cancer Drugs

Posted: 05/21/2016 - Cancer patients and survivors are lobbying lawmakers to make Michigan the latest state to require equal insurance coverage of chemotherapy regardless of whether the drugs are given by needle or taken orally.

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Lansing High School students start businesses

Updated: 05/20/2016 - A new program is giving local high school students a chance to accomplish something many people only dream of. 12 mid-Michigan students started their own businesses this year.

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Lansing's Population is Growing

Posted: 05/20/2016 - Most cities in Michigan are losing population. But Lansing is one of the few that's actually growing.

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Reclaiming Lansing

Posted: 05/20/2016 - When Ingham County Land Bank can't refurbish a home into affordable housing, they tear it down and bring new life to the area.

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Graduating inmates to help make society safer

Updated: 05/21/2016 - Around half the people released from prison end up going back for committing another crime. That's why the state is trying a new program to help inmates become functioning members of society when they're paroled. That involves trading in their blue and orange jumpsuits for the maroon and gold of Jackson College.

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Accused Kalamazoo Shooter dragged from court

Updated: 05/20/2016 - Jason Dalton was dragged out of a Kalamazoo courtroom by deputies Friday morning after loud outbursts and a strange reference to people with "black bags."

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