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Michigan Lawmaker Pleads Guilty to Drunk Driving

Posted: 12/19/2015 - ST. JOHNS, Mich. (AP) -- A northern Michigan lawmaker has pleaded guilty to drunken driving stemming from an incident in which authorities say he was speeding, swerving and driving with an open bottle of whiskey.

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Robbery Outside Lansing Bank

Updated: 12/19/2015 - The suspect who robbed a man outside a Lansing bank overnight is still at large.

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Light Snow Causes Big Accidents

Updated: 12/18/2015 - There were at least 29 car accidents happened Friday, and that's just in Lansing. A sudden snow storm took many drivers by surprise.

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More Families Asking for Holiday Help This Year

Posted: 12/18/2015 - This year local charities say they've gotten even more requests for holiday help, but many programs come with a deadline and there are not many options for families who miss them.

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Law Allows More Epipens in More Places

Posted: 12/18/2015 - Not everyone with a food or other type of allergy knows they're allergic and even some of the people who do, may forget to take their epipens everywhere they go. A new law could help save their lives.

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MSU AD Mark Hollis Imitates Tim Staudt

Updated: 12/18/2015 - MSU Athletic Director Mark Hollis has some fun during an interview with Ann Emmerich, doing his own impersonation of Tim Staudt.

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Schools Rule: Pewamo-Westphalia High School

Posted: 12/18/2015 - Just before Winter Break, students at Pewamo-Westphalia High School showed off their "Pirate Pride" on Schools Rule. Students talked football, volunteering, and much more.

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Flying Spaghetti Monster Church Protests

Posted: 12/18/2015 - Members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster will be at the State Capitol Building, fighting for the chance to show mid-Michigan who they are.

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Snaketivity/Satanic Ceremony At Capital

Posted: 12/18/2015 - You'll likely see protesters at the capitol this weekend, 'Snaketivity' is going up on the lawn of the State Capitol building Friday.

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Proposed Changes To State Vaccine Rules

Posted: 12/18/2015 - Michigan parents might not have to meet with a county health official in order to get a vaccination waiver, if new legislation passes.

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Lansing Schools Happy With M-STEP Results

Updated: 12/17/2015 - The results are in for the state's new standardized M-STEP tests. Students in the Lansing School District are blow the state average in almost every subject, but the president of the Board of Education says he's excited about the results.

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Economy Looks Good Headed into 2016

Updated: 12/17/2015 - Local economists are seeing a lot of positive signs, including more job creation and more workers getting raises, headed into 2016.

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