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Low gas prices expected this summer

Posted: 06/02/2016 - A jump at the pump is likely coming soon. But, while a hike will likely come with the summer formula, gas prices are not expected to be anywhere near what they were a few summers ago.

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Bill would require hundreds of thousands to learn CPR

Updated: 05/31/2016 - A few minutes is the difference between life and death in cardiac arrest, and if that happens you want someone around who knows CPR. One state Senator's bill would make sure hundreds of thousands of people were able to step in and save your life.

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Potter Park Zoo checking its security

Updated: 05/31/2016 - The decision to shoot a gorilla that grabbed a little boy who fell into its enclosure has set the internet aflame. It has zoos around the country checking their own security. News Ten checked with Lansing's Potter Park Zoo to see what its doing to prevent anything similar from happening.

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Widespread power outage in Meridian Township

Posted: 05/31/2016 - Consumers Energy shut the power off at the Lake Lansing substation around 4a.m. Tuesday morning, causing power to be knocked out in portions of Meridian Township, East Lansing and Bath Township.

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I-96 bridge construction update

Updated: 05/31/2016 - The holiday weekend is coming to a close Monday and that means construction crews will soon be back at work. The Michigan Department of Transportation prepped for the holiday by shifting lanes of traffic on I-96.

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Hit-and-run victim recovering at home

Updated: 05/31/2016 - The little boy who survived a hit-and-run last Monday is thanking everyone for their support as he recovers from his injuries. We sat down with him today to talk about what it's been like since getting out of the hospital.

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UPDATE - Local website resolves hacking issue

Updated: 05/31/2016 - Some website files were compromised from a hacker attempting to deface the homepage over the weekend, but no information was stolen or damaged.

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Michigan Supreme Court suspends Upper Peninsula judge

Updated: 05/31/2016 - The Michigan Supreme Court has ordered a four-month suspension without pay for an Upper Peninsula judge who dismissed charges and tickets in dozens of cases without holding a hearing.

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Fireworks spark few complaints overnight

Updated: 05/31/2016 - We're over a month away from the Fourth of July, and already local police are dealing with some fireworks complaints from overnight. But, they tell us it has been relatively quiet.

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